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92A40 Automated Logistical Specialist SLC Instructor

Basic Details

Title: 92A40 Automated Logistical Specialist SLC Instructor
Number: 81
Location: Fort Lee, VA, USA
Temporary: No
Employment Type: Full-time
Employment Class: SCA (Non-Exempt)
Pay Rate/Range: TBD
Pay Type: Hourly

Summary

The 92A40 Automated Logistical Specialist SLC Instructor will execute performance-oriented classroom and hands-on instruction to students at the resident and field training facility at Fort Lee, VA. The course will consist of instructions on general, mandatory and technical subjects to include a 72-hour Situational Training Exercise (STX) where Senior NCOs are placed in support operations scenarios and must complete logistical estimates, analyze OPORD's, develop a concept of operations and react to a changing operational environment. Technical training consist of the Global Combat Support System - Army (GCSS-Army) Warehouse module) and The GCSS-Army Material Management module. The course outcome is to provide the Army with adaptive leaders who are confident and prepared to perform their training and wartime missions whenever needed in any strategic, operational or tactical environment. the NCO will fully understand and be able to demonstrate proficiency in the 21st Soldier competencies appropriate to their level; will be able to demonstrate to his/her subordinates the tactical and technical mastery of 92A40, capable of operating with tactical efficiency within Army Doctrine as a Platoon Sergeant within a supply platoon as part of a combined arms element or as a logistics manager within a staff element of a BSB or higher element. 92A Sergeant First Class/Staff Sergeants will fully understand and demonstrate proficiency in the operation and management of the Global Combat Support System - Army warehouse and material management modules. Instructors are required to instruct tasks on equipment associated in their respective programs of instruction using Government provided course material, technical manuals and student workbooks.

 


Duties & Responsibilities

  • All instruction shall conform to the principles and concepts contained in the Government-approved program of instruction and shall assure performance to standards for all stated tasks.
  • Instruction shall include classroom/laboratory conference instruction, discussion, demonstration, practical exercises, testing, and student critiques.
  • Instructors shall provide classroom support which may include: preparing classroom or training area; reviewing lesson plans, subject matter material; inserting and removing faults impairments and problems; picking up and returning training aids/devices; maintaining equipment modifications implantation and updating training aids/devices.
  • Instructors are expected to help identify any safety hazards to the US Army personnel during range operations and field training events. Fort Lee, VA is the primary performance location, and temporary duty (TDY) may be required to other locations.
  • Performance required off the Fort Lee, VA installation will be in support of mission requirements. A mix of required hours to meet the mission will not exceed a forty-hour work week.
  • Provide instruction in accordance with TRADOC approved Programs of Instruction (POI) within appropriate skill set area to students
  • Serve as back-up instructor as needed when Primary Military Instructor is unavailable.
  • Assist in administering exams and practical exercises.
  • Assist ALU in ordering and receiving supplies as appropriate within specified area.
  • Execute training support during hours identified in the schedule. Instructors may be required to work a variety of schedules to accommodate the training requirements.
  • Assist in training new NCOs on policies and procedures.
  • Assist in updating student folders and handouts as needed.
  • Assist in revising lesson plans and presentations as needed.
  • Review reports, literature, attends meetings, to maintain knowledge and training as necessary to provide a high level of performance and job expertise.
  • Perform miscellaneous office duties such as answering telephones, office support, etc. as required. Keep office space in a clean and publicly presentable condition.

Skills and Qualifications

  • The minimum qualifications are: Four years of prior military service as a Warrant Officer or Senior Noncommissioned Officer
  • Must have graduated from the course they are instructing
  • Must have completed Army Basic Instructor Course (ABIC) and Intermediate Facilitation Skills Course (IFSC) or Small Group Leader Instructor Training Course
  • Must be knowledgeable of all applicable regulations and doctrine regarding military officer training
  • Instructors must be able to work with minimum guidance
  • Must be able to perform moderate lifting (up to 45lbs)
  • Must be able to stand and sit for long periods of time
  • Must be able to perform duties during inclement weather

 


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