Training Management Support Coordinator Position
The ASTA Group is looking to hire an Training Management Support Coordinator at Lackland Air Force Base, TX. The candidate will design, develop, and manage the training program at Lackland AFB. They will also assist the DOT in ensuring training is managed effectively, and inform them of results. Additionally, they will ensure all curriculum is up-to-date, design a curriculum for remediated students, manage educational aids and materials, as well as measure the effectiveness of the courses.
- Design, develop, schedule, oversee, update, provide feedback on, and track progress in training programs for students, instructors, and other support personnel.
- Assist the NTTC Lackland DOT to ensure training is conducted effectively, informing DOT of progress and results, and assisting DOT in complying with NETC Training Requirements for all courses.
- Provide updated curriculum to instructors and maintains training database and training records for all instructors assigned to the course of instruction, provide oversight and audits on training records quarterly.
- Diagnose problems in the training provided. Recommend corrective action and monitor the results of mitigation efforts.
- Design, develop, order and oversee education aids and testing material.
- Establish and monitor additional remediation programs for emerging requirements within the Ready Relevant Learning (RRL) process, provide oversight on updated remedial methods for those who fail.
- Conduct baseline assessment of training quality prior to the implementation of new training technology, course revisions, change in teaching methodology, increase in course length, etc., and compares with like quality indicators after implementation.
- Measure the effectiveness of objectives of field events through the testing programs and the collection of metrics with scoring of performance related skills.
- Monitor results of test and test item analysis by tracking analytical data with test scores to provide a process of improvement for future course curriculum development on identified problem areas.
- Monitor impact of training technology on attrition, drop from training, set back, and time to train, and provides feedback to higher authority as required.
- Assist in the oversight of PQS training, qualification and the development of designation letters for staff members to perform functions during field events; this includes working with command and installation SMEs with the risk management process.
Candidates must meet the following requirements:
- At least 7 years of direct experience working with the Naval School Management Manual (NAVEDTRA 135),
Instructional Systems Development Procedures, Production Specifications, Military Standards for Training Programs.
At least seven years of direct experience working with the Navy Security Force (NSF) mission, program objectives, applicable Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Navy (DON) and relevant regulatory requirements to assist in the design, development, maintenance and revision of courses.
At least five years of direct experience working in specialty areas of adult training to include: technical methods and practices required for MA courses of instruction; to include weapons and non-lethal fundamentals utilized in the teaching of the force continuum.
At least five years of experience working with the Naval Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) and Occupational Safety, Health (OSHA) regulations and High Risk Training Safety, to include small arms firing and range safety.
At least three years of experience supervising and provide oversight to ensure the safety of staff and students training at multiple training areas while simultaneous training is ongoing with 14 separate training classes on site.
At least three years of experience motivating, training and working effectively with subordinates and peers who have a variety of backgrounds and training to accomplish the quality and quantity of work expected within the set limits of cost and time.
At least one year of experience communicating both orally and in writing in working out solutions to problems or questions relating to work.
At least one year of experience working with Microsoft software application to include Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Ability to obtain a Favorable Tier 3 Background Investigation (See PWS Section 4).
Knowledge of a wide range of principles, concepts and methodologies of adult training to include technical methods and practices required for MA courses of instruction; to include weapons and non-lethal fundamentals utilized in the teaching of the force continuum.
Ability and skill to motivate, train and work effectively with subordinates and peers who have a variety of backgrounds and training to accomplish the quality and quantity of work expected within the set limits of cost and time.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing in working out solutions to problems or questions relating to work.
Possess a valid state driver’s license, and driving record consistent with post regulations governing civilians driving on post.
Compensation and Benefits
Benefits: 401k, Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, Vision Insurance