B3H Corporation

ECS Medical Support Instructor

Job Locations US-MS-Gulfport
Posted Date 2 months ago(1/8/2018 11:37 AM)
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B3H Corporation is seeking qualified Medical Support Instructors to perform formal classroom instruction in support of the Department of the Navy, Center for Security Forces (CENSECFOR) Expeditionary Combat Skills (ECS) training courses at Gulfport, MS.  The ECS course provides basic combat skills to individuals attached to units within the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) and Naval Special Warfare (NSW) organizations.  ECS Medical Support Instructors will deliver formal course curriculum in the areas of Basic First Aid, Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), and Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC). 



1) Maintain qualifications and certifications required to perform Instructor duties


2) Maintain proper dress code and grooming standards

3) Promote a cohesive team environment to reach the customer mission requirements


4) Maintain the personal standards of technical and professional levels of competence that are at least equal to that of the Department of the Navy military personnel undergoing training


5) Conduct eight (8) hours training day, (early morning, evening, or night shift) five (5) days a week for the length of the course (Daily activity may extend up to 12 hours if required to meet all training objectives outlined in the curriculum)


6) Provide classroom and laboratory instructions to ECS students following Course of Instructions (COI) including:  Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC); Care Under Fire; Tactical Field Care; Tactical Evaluation; Environmental Injuries; Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI). 


7) Provide other classroom and laboratory instructions to ECS students following COIs including:  Land Navigation; CBRN Protection, CBRNE Event, Operational Risk Management, Individual Combat Equipment, etc. 


8) Provide for daily set-up and maintenance of all medical training aides utilized in ECS training


9) Provide tutoring and other remediation to improve student course performance.





1) A minimum of two (2) years’ documented tactical military operational experience in:  Basic Tactical Communications, Convoy Operations - Basic, Small Arms, Tactical Shooting, Counter Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IED), Mission Planning, Basic Tactical Movement, Basic CBRNE Procedures; and Tactical Decision Making (Shoot/Don’t Shoot)


2) Possess knowledge of basic and advanced training techniques

3) Possess knowledge of computer technology application as it applies to instructional presentation and the use of classroom training aids

4) Possess 2 years of experience as an instructor delivering training


5) Possess above average communication skills and the ability to comprehend both verbal and written instructions


6) Have attended the Navy Instructor Training Course (NITC) (A-012-0077) (or military service equivalent)


7) Possess Academic credentialing (teacher/professor)


8) Possess Instructor training via an academic institution. Academic ITC requirements should contain at a minimum, these Learning Objectives:  (a) Effective communication and questioning techniques; (b) Adult learning theory and principles; (c) Instructional Delivery methods; (d) Lesson delivery performance laboratory; (e) Training environment management; (f) Inter-personal skills; (g) Evaluation and Feedback (e.g. Tidewater Community College, MILT 5100)


9) Possess at least two (2) years of experience in providing military first aid or emergency room / trauma center care


10) [Desired] have and maintain current Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) certification in accordance with the latest Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) standards


11) [Desired] TCCC certified Medical Support Instructors shall have a minimum of two (2) years of experience in providing military first aid or emergency room / trauma center care


12) [Highly Desired] Possess 2 years of experience in conducting land navigation

13) Be willing and able to pass a medical screening, psychological evaluation and drug screen




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