Job Number: R0055642
C-IED/Asymmetric Warfare Trainer
Support the Army National Guard mission to ensure unity of command in supporting Training Readiness Authority (TRA) by developing individual and collective Counter-Improvised Explosive Device/Asymmetric Warfare (C-IED/AW) training strategies incorporating multiple assets. Coordinate with Garrison and State activities to improve C-IED/AW training facilities and ranges, employ Training Aids, Devices, Simulators, and Simulations (TADSS), and assess, update, and deliver C-IED/AW training and associated products. Coordinate with commanders, assist units with planning virtual and live C-IED/AW training, and execute specialized C-IED/AW education and training for attack the network (AtN), electronic warfare (EW), biometrics, homemade explosives (HME), site exploitation, and route clearance. Synchronize arrival, sustainment, and prioritization for standard and non-standard C-IED/AW equipment and training resources, assist with planning virtual and live C-IED/AW training across multiple sites, provide continuity, and leverage expertise that enable awareness and effective use of assets to support C-IED/AW training.
-10+ years of experience with the US Army
-4+ years of experience with leading training
-4+ years of experience in the counter improvised explosive field
-Experience with C-IED training
-Experience with deployments
-Experience with biometrics
-Experience with Electronic Warfare (EW)
-Ability to obtain a security clearance
-HS diploma or GED
-Experience with the Army National Guard preferred
-Experience as an Observer/Controller (OC)
-Experience with conducting After Action Reviews (AAR)
-Active Secret clearance preferred
-BA or BS degree preferred
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
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