Exercise Designer - Military Trainer 4

The Exercise Designer provides subject matter expert support in all phases of exercise planning and the development and implementation of an effective, reliable, exercise program that will be systematically and periodically updated. Responsible for planning exercises that meet all JELC requirements and IAW CJCS Guide 3501, The Joint Training System; A Primer for Senior Leaders. Must be capable of quickly establishing credibility and interfacing with senior military leaders in order to determine exercise objectives and convey associated Exercise Support Manning Document (ESMD) requirements. Facilitates In-Progress-Reviews (IPRs) with unit leadership in order to determine and address information and capability gaps. Determines and communicates the Exercise Simulation Control Plan (SCP) to unit leadership. Leads / facilitates IPRs with the training unit to ensure all the accomplishment of all critical and supporting tasks. Keeps the Site Manager and MTC staff informed on the status of upcoming exercises and training events. Forecast and communicate anticipated resource shortfalls related to both the training unit and the MTC staff.

Basic Qualifications:

The Exercise Design / Operations Lead must have a BS or BA degree with a min of 10 years experience.

Must have at least eight years' experience with Military or DoD and two years' experience with exercise planning using the JELC process. Must have experience in large constructive exercises and implementation of LVC-IA, multi-domain events. Must have a strong understanding of LVC concepts.

Must have an active/current Secret Clearance to be considered.

Preferred Qualifications:

Former FA57 strongly preferred or have demonstrable experience in operational planning and simulations using ERF, MRF or OneSAF and stimulating MCIS.

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