Combat Medical Support Instructor
Tracking Code 213796-076
DMS International is a Consulting, Information Technology and Training Company headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland. At DMS our quality policy is to be among the 'best in class' providers of management and information technology consulting services in partnership with our customers. We hire professionals who take pride in doing quality work and who are committed to the customer. We are currently seeking Expeditionary Combat Skills (ECS) Medical Support Instructors. ECS Medical Support Instructors will perform classroom and field laboratory support for high-risk training evolutions.
The ECS Medical Support Instructor provides a varied range of duties associated with Navy High-Risk Training by delivering formalized training support in the areas of basic expeditionary combat skills to Navy personnel. The Expeditionary Combat Skills course is
designed to provide eligible personnel with basic expeditionary combat skills training necessary to professionally and safely perform high risk security operations when assigned to Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) or Naval Special Warfare (NSW) organizations, to include:
•Provide classroom and laboratory instruction for Expeditionary Combat Skills courses
•Deliver a wide variety of training topics, as well as provide instructional and safety support for live fire weapons training
•Conduct training 8 hours a day, five days a week for the length of the course
•Adhere to and maintain academic standards and provide remediation for students when required
•Maintain an orderly and professional classroom, as well as prepare classrooms, labs, ranges, equipment and course material for instructional delivery of curriculum
ECS Medical Support Instructors must:
•Meet the basic requirements to hold a security clearance
•Have one (or more) of the following qualifications: ◦Navy NEC 9502 (Instructor), or
◦Navy NEC 9518 (Naval Leadership Development Program (NAVLEAD) Instructor, or
◦Graduate of one of the following courses of instruction: ◾Instructional Delivery Continuum (IDC) Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT) (A-012-0077)
◾Instructional Delivery Continuum (IDC) Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT) Mobile Training Team (A-012-1011)
◾Naval Leadership Facilitator (P-012-0045)
◾Facilitator Training Course (P-012-0075)
◾Nuclear Instruction Qualifications (NFAS) (A-661-0108)
◾Nuclear Instruction Qualifications (NNPS) (A-661-0109)
◾Other DoD Service designation (or equivalency) upon approval of the CENSECFOR DOT, or
◾Completion of a civilian (or commercial) formal course of instruction which has been evaluated and certified as a JIT equivalency by the Naval Education and Training Command.
◦Successfully complete the Core Unique Instructor Training (CUIT) certification process
◦Maintain professional currency within their field of expertise
◦Pass a medical screening
◦Pass a psychological screening
◦Pass initial and periodic urinalysis screening
◦Possess a current certification in Basic First Aid from the American Heart Association, American Red Cross, National Safety Council, American Safety and Health Institute, or other locally available means
◦Possess a current certification in Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) from the American Heart Association, American Red Cross, National Safety Council, American Safety and Health Institute, or other locally available means
◦Have a minimum of two (2) years documented tactical military operational experience involving:
◾Improvised Explosive Devices (IED)
◾Basic Combat Fundamentals
◦Have performed in an instructor capacity within the previous two (2) years.
◦Have knowledge of basic and advanced training techniques
◦Have knowledge of computer technology application as it applies to instructional presentation and the use of classroom training aids
◦Possess/be capable of demonstrating modern dynamic combat shooting skills
◦Possess above average communication skills and the ability to comprehend both verbal and written instructions.
◦Possess at least one (1) year of documented operational experience in providing combat first aid ◾Current certification by the Naval Occupational Medicine Institute (NOMI) in Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) is desired, but not required for consideration.