Net Instructor - Abrams
- Responsibilities include a daily and weekly report to the supervisor on every training action by team members
- Implement technical product training programs, for field support personnel and customers/clients, for the Abrams Family of Vehicles
- Provide input and support to program planning, schedules, lesson plans, program instructions and maintenance techniques for the development and execution of the assigned Abrams unit maintenance tasks.
- Prepare and present classes on operator tasks and requirements that encompass all four operator stations and live fire on the Abrams Tank
- A solid understanding and knowledge of Abrams operational concepts and systems knowledge.
- Assist in administering performance examination and evaluation of students
- 3 to 5 years of related work experience required, instructor/training experience preferred
- High school diploma or equivalent required
- Prior military or GDLS Operation Instruction, Lesson plan/POI development and execution of NET and field support actions are preferred
- Strong Abrams Tank Advanced experience, instructor qualification / master gunner preferred.
- Must pass the U.S. Government Platform certificate
- Ability to effectively communicate (both verbally & written) and interact with internal & external customers/clients
- Must have overall understanding of customer contacts and relationships
- Ability to operate in a team and cross-functional environment
- Efficient knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications
- Ability to learn GDLS processes, products and military technology
- Ability to contribute in the problem solving process
- Must be able to meet the anthropometric size restriction (ASR) in the Standard Practice 2-644
- Must be able to obtain a U.S. Passport and NAC; if required
- Required to work at various heights, lift and carry up to 50 pounds, able to climb, to work in enclosed spaces – often in awkward positions and work in extreme temperatures exceeding over 110 degrees for days at a time and also in extreme dusty environments, must be able to work in multiple shifts (gunnery)
- Able to kneel, stoop and bend from 25-40 percent on a normal work day on a vehicle
- Must be able to lift parts, tools and materials over his/her head so as to transfer parts/tool and materials inside and outside work area
US CITIZENSHIP REQUIREMENT:
This assignment is a US Government Contract which requires all applicants to be US Citizens.
NO SUBCONTRACT REQUIREMENT:
No third-party applicants will be considered. If you are a third party contracting company, please do not respond to this position.
Jennifer’s focus at Contract Professionals, Inc. is working in the defense industry to help candidates find employment with CPI’s international defense suppliers.
Jennifer works to assist military veterans, as they seek out new job opportunities, while transitioning from the military to civilian life. More specifically, Jennifer's goal is to match the military veterans she represents with civilian employment opportunities. Her aim is to provide the military veterans with jobs where they can utilize the skills and experience they've gained in the military.
Jennifer is proud to be a part of the CPI team. She says that it’s easy to stay motivated because she comes to work each day, excited to work with transitioning military personnel and veterans from across the United States.
Jennifer was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education from Baker College in Michigan.
She enjoys working out, cooking, and spending time at her cottage in the northern part of the lower peninsula of Michigan.