JBLM Training Manager

Are you interested in the opportunity to work for an industry-leading company whose work with cutting-edge technology is driven by something human: the lives our technology protects?

Northrop Grumman recruits top talent with traditional and non-traditional backgrounds in order to ensure our team is united, connected, skilled, focused and innovative. An inclusive workplace of people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives is the key to our performance. At Northrop Grumman, we want our employees to bring their whole self to work. All your different sides are welcome here, as we believe they make our team, our products and our services, that much better.

Supervise the Individual Training Team, the Games for Training Team, the Technical Support Team, the Large Exercise Team, and Exercise Design and Operations. Assists the Site Manager in the execution of his duties and provides Site-wide leadership in the absence of the Site Manager; fully empowered to make decision as the Site Manager in his absence.

Basic Qualifications:

The Training Manager shall have background and experience with Military training and training support; have had experience in operations and training requirements at division or higher level; have a background in training management; have a full understanding of the Army Mission Command Training Support Program (MCTSP); possess a minimum of ten (10) years of supervisory experience; and possess a SECRET clearance.

Preferred Qualifications:

BA / BS degree, subject immaterial.

Served as a BDE/BN CDR or S3

Top Secret Clearance

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