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CRF: Landward Operations (LO) Instructor
Employee Type: Full-Time
Location: CENSECFOR Learning site Camp Lejeune, NC
Job Type: LO Instructor
Experience: 3+ Years
Clearance Type: Secret Eligible
AERMOR is seeking is seeking qualified candidates to define the instructional, operational, and administrative tasks required to deliver formalized training in support of the CRF Training Continuum for personnel assigned to Navy Expeditionary Combat Command’s (NECC) Coastal Riverine Force or other units/activities as designated by NECC.
- Performs specific duties as a Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor and Crew Serve Weapons Instructor
- Conducts training in all phases of basic marksmanship, including firearms safety, mechanical training on small arms/crew serve weapons, instructional and qualification firing, basic range operations in accordance with Navy requirements.
- Conduct training on proper planning and execution of full mission profiles.
- Perform work in an office and/or classroom setting. Instructors will conduct training on a range and must be proficient in both small arms and crew serve weapons.
- Curriculum Management.
- Responsible for the safety of the students.
Required Skills and Experience:
- Possess a minimum of three (3) years documented operational ground/expeditionary warfare experience serving in a Navy Expeditionary Combat Command, U.S. Army/USMC Infantry or Special Operations command/unit or have served as a CUIT qualified Riverine Ground Operations (RGO) Instructor at CENSECFOR LS Camp Lejeune.
- Shall have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in delivering weapons-based courses-of-instruction which include live-fire training, and possess/be capable of demonstrating modern dynamic combat shooting skills with optics (SU-269 Articulated Telescope and LA-5B/LA-5C Advanced Target Pointed Illuminator Light) employing service pistol and rifle.
- Possess tactical operational experience in the Navy’s decision-making/planning process; organizational and individual planning; patrol coordination; proficiency in the development and issuance of a concept of operations and combat orders.
- Possess or be able to qualify as a Second Class Swimmer in accordance with NETC P1552/16 (Navy Swimming and Water Survival Instructors Manual) (Attachment N).
- Shall have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in delivering weapons-based courses-of-instruction which include live-fire training, and possess/be capable of demonstrating the operation and tactical employment of crew served weapons to include, but not limited to:21 Medium 7.62 mm machine gun (i.e., M-60, M240, MK43, MK48); Heavy .50 caliber machine gun (i.e., M2HB); and M203 Grenade Launcher.
- Familiar with the M500 shotgun, M9 Service Pistol and M4 Carbine and be capable of achieving and maintaining the following:
- Minimum qualifying score on the Shotgun Practical Weapons Course (PWC)
- CAT III qualification score with the M9 Service Pistol and M4 Carbine in accordance with OPNAVINST 3591 series and COMNECCINST 3591.1 (Attachment P) during initial and all subsequent qualifications throughout the duration of the contract.
- Instructors who have not conducted crew served weapons training within the past one (1) year must complete initial qualification requirement before conducting classroom or range training
- Capable of achieving and maintaining CAT II Light and Medium Machine Gun and Heavy Machin Gun qualifications in accordance with OPNAVINST 3591 series during initial and all subsequent qualifications throughout the duration of the contract
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