|Position Objective: Provide a planned and coordinated program, course, curriculum, subject or routine instruction in professional, technical, administrative, or other fields designed to improve individual and organization performance and assist in achieving the agency’s mission in Army training for unit readiness.|
Duties and Responsibilities:
Technical Instructor is primarily responsible for curriculum revision and maintenance. Technical curriculum may involve Logistical Information Systems (LIS) or Tactical Enterprise Logistics Suite (TELS) SAMS-E / GCSS-A, or more highly technical research within regulations, policies, procedures and various websites (such as ARIMS, LIW, and other related sites).
Courses may be instructor based, computer-based, simulator based, interactive, or non-interactive. The instructor uses a computer to organize and draft a curriculum that breaks a complex subject into blocks or units of instruction, creates graphics, and integrates them into maintenance focused curriculum.
Job duties for the Subject Matter Expert (SME) and Technical Instructor include the following, but are not limited to: Provide resident staff logistics expertise in the following logistics disciplines: Master Driver, Unit Driver Training Program, maintenance management and shop operations, Supply activities for CL II, VII and IX commodities; Unit Maintained Equipment (UME) key control, security; unit movement, Army wheeled and track vehicle systems, Combat Weapon System (M1A1 Tank and M2 Bradley), Standard Army Maintenance System- Enhanced / Global Combat Service System-Army (SAMS-E / GCSS-A maintenance) as it pertains to Army Status System Reporting (AMSS), daily operations from End User to Maintenance Manager, as well as functions of shop operation; i.e. maintenance publications, Test Measurement, Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE), Army Oil Analysis Program (AOAP) Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS), and tool room management.
Teaching tailored technical courses in accordance with approved curriculum to maintain proficiency and to evaluate and develop new instructional techniques/courses
Incorporation of new curriculum in the teaching process (e.g., incorporate relevant training according to Army automation transition to GCSS-A).
Development and maintenance of classroom techniques that reflect professionalism and good discipline.
Development of alternative teaching techniques and scenarios to maintain high motivation and interest in the subject areas.
Develop driver testing routes for the purpose of training selected operators.
While acting as the testing officer, conduct an analysis of test and provide revisions, as necessary.
Maintenance management practices and procedures, inventories, logistics LIS, assist Property Book Officers with serial number validations and logistics readiness reporting.
Evaluates maintenance management programs such as Shop Stock Listing, TAMMS, SAMS-E / GCSS-A function and operation, Army Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE), Army Oil Analysis Program (AOAP), Tool Room Operation, Small Arms Maintenance Management, driver’s training program, Modification Work Orders (MWO), Exchange Pricing, Command Maintenance Discipline Program (CMDP, Unit Maintained Equipment (UME) program, Army Award for Maintenance Excellence (AAME) program, Army Material Status System (AMSS) and Maintenance Management Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
Informs Team Chief on logistical matters and results of field assessments
Provides training and SME guidance to customers all aspects of maintenance operations
Provide a comprehensive assessment of training and shall define training requirements to include:
An analysis of perishable skills
Identification of Terminal Learning Objectives (TLO)
Development of outcome metrics
Development of test materials and hands-on evaluation for logistics training
Prepare and deliver briefings, point papers, reports, fact sheets, and respond to their assigned command.
Maintain verification systems to identify deficiencies and shortcomings by examining unit maintenance and supply activities and processes to ensure compliance with applicable Army Regulations, field manuals, technical publications, and FORSCOM policies.
5 years’ experience in the Army logistics field and MOS
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office.
Previous experience as a trainer or instructor.
Ability to conduct inspections, evaluations, training, assessments and provide accurate regulatory guidance on equipment maintenance operations and policy to Army organization.
Have extensive knowledge of maintenance management and shop operations.
Thorough knowledge and understanding of Army equipment maintenance systems, policies, preventive maintenance and repair procedures.
Evaluates maintenance management programs such as Shop Stock Listing, TAMMS, SAMS-E / GCSS-A function and operation, Army Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE), Army Oil Analysis Program (AOAP), Tool Room Operation, Small Arms Maintenance Management, driver’s training program, Modification Work Orders (MWO), Exchange Pricing, Army Award for Maintenance Excellence (AAME) program, Army Material Status System (AMSS) and Maintenance Management Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
Knowledge of, and ability to use the Army Logistics Support Agency (LOGSA) web site to include Logistics Intelligence Warehouse (LIW), Army Records Information Management System (ARIMS), Integrated Logistics Analysis Program (ILAP), Readiness Integrated Database (RIDB), Material Common Operating Picture (M-COP), and other Army and civilian logistics web sites.
Ability to prepare and present briefings and slide show presentations.
Knowledge of Army structure, commands, units, and logistics components.
Up to 30% travel required to provide unit training and assistance, attend conferences and training.
Possessing a valid driver license.
Must have own means of transportation.
Good interpersonal skills.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Seeing, hearing, speaking, walking, sitting, climbing, repetitive arm and finger motions, lifting (up to 50 lbs.), pushing, pulling and standing.
Be able to stand for prolonged periods in either an outdoor or office environment.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to high. Individual must maintain a safe work environment. Individual must be aware of security measures involving computer and document security, document marking procedures and other measures associated with working in a facility that utilizes security measures and precautions.