Boatswain Job Description Sample
LCS Deck Operartions Subject Matter Expert Curriculum
Cubic Global Defense
Cubic Virtual Training business unit has a series of dedicated teams in Orlando, FL. One of those teams is our Studio team heading up the development of Game based Learning. We use immersive, 3-D virtual environments to train in settings and situations virtually identical to the ones in which tasks are performed. Our solution is cost-effective for large-scale training and capable of multiplayer interaction in simulated environments. Solutions can be deployed to personal computers, tablets and phones, or accessed via web-based training portals through any internet-enabled device. Now training can be performed anytime, anywhere. We have setup a unique and creative studio environment to generate this amazing product. This includes a creative culture, agile teams, brand new facility and the latest and greatest game development technology.
The LCS Combat Systems Subject Matter Expert (SME) is focused on all facets of equipment operation and maintenance to support the design and development of the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Combat Systems courseware. The SME will have a significant role in courseware development working on cross functional teams to provide professional guidance and technical expertise on the LCS Freedom Class (LCS 1, 3, 5, etc.) variant.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Subject Matter Experts will perform the following specific duties:
Understand and provide guidance on shipboard technical data such as:
o Mission Bay Operational Manuals (MBOM s)
o Local Operating Procedures
o Deck Operational Sequencing System (DOSS)
o Safety procedures
o Approved maintenance procedures
o Technical Manuals
Applicant must be able to interpret technical documentation and work in conjunction with instructional systems designers, 3D modelers and multi-media specialists to develop accurate and effective computer based training in a fully immersed 3D game based environment.
Suggest content topics, recommend the sequence for presenting topics, and recommend activities based on objectives.
Verify and ensure the technical and operational accuracy of the subject content and the treatment of content in materials chosen or produced for the project. Assist in performance of the planning process.
Work with and coordinate with other studio personnel to perform assigned tasks.
Consider the relationship of the subject undergoing development to other subjects in the program, making recommendations to enhance training effectiveness.
Maintain a fresh, broad, and imaginative view of the subject and its applications.
MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor's degree related to maritime operations or 6 years of Navy shipboard deck and supervisory experience
Must possess or be capable of obtaining a Government SECRET Clearance
Minimum of 3 years of Deck Operations experience onboard a Freedom Class Littoral Combat Ship
PREFERRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
The preferred applicant will have both Freedom and Independence Class deck experience
Boatswain s Mate of the Watch (BMOW)
Helmsman and Lee Helmsman
4 years of experience in training personnel as collateral assignment or 2 years of experience as a primary assignment, IE: Seamanship Training Team, Afloat Training Group, or Instructor
Simulation or courseware development experience
Enlisted Service in the Boatswain s Mate rate
3+ years of LCS experience; 9502 Instructor NEC/MTS preferred
Proven proficiency in PC skills, including Microsoft Office Suite
Demonstrated leadership and management skills.
Demonstrated strong interpersonal, consulting/client management, negotiation and collaboration skills Capable of working with stakeholders at all levels
Demonstrated strong organizational skills with attention to detail
Demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills
Proven strong ability to work in a deadline-oriented environment
Familiar with Navy Curriculum Development, AIM II and NAVEDTRA 130 desired
THIS JOB IS AT A CLEARED FACILITY, WE CAN ONLY HIRE US PERSONS AT THIS SITE. A US PERSON IS EITHER A US CITIZEN OR A PERMANENT RESIDENT. MUST BE ABLE TO OBTAIN AND MAINTAIN A SECURITY CLEARANCE.
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Engineering Technician IV – Facility Operations
Sierra Lobo, offers customers a full range of professional and technical capabilities, including Test and Evaluation, Systems Engineering, and Advanced Technologies. We also develop products and processes related to Cryogenic Fluid and Thermal Management Systems, Densified Propellant Management Systems, and Prototype Extreme Pressure and Temperature Systems. Our customers include the Department of Defense (DoD), the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, Missile Defense Agency (MDA), and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). This position is located on the ETIS II contract at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. EOE/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran FUNCTION OF POSITION Install, examine, replace, and repair equipment related to commercial/industrial HVAC systems. Read, write and interpret drawings, blueprints, and electrical schematics in order to perform component level repairs and cost estimate. Must have general mechanical aptitude to perform other production duties as assigned. Ability to work safely, follow directions and conduct quality and safety inspections. Must have the ability to make decisions, follow directions, and interact well with co-workers and customers. Understand and follow posted work rules/procedures and to accept constructive criticism. Some shift work and scheduled overtime will be required, as well as travel to other sites. May be cross-utilized and cross-trained to support all groups within Functional Support in order to develop mutually useful skills. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Install, examine, replace, and repair equipment related to commercial/industrial HVAC systems, including chillers, absorbers, generators, compressors, air handlers, refrigerant systems, and associated control systems.
Monitor (remotely and locally) and control HVAC systems to maintain specified temperature and humidity specifications in multiple clean room environments.
Repairs and maintains other mechanical and physical plant systems, including motors, pumps, valves, steam operated equipment, compressors, etc.
Read, write and interpret drawings, blueprints and schematics in order to perform component level repairs and cost estimates.
Must have general mechanical aptitude to perform other production duties as assigned.
Ability to work safely, follow directions and conduct quality and safety inspections. Must understand and follow posted work rules/procedures.
May be cross-utilized and cross-trained to support all groups within functional support areas.
May perform other duties associated within area of assignment as directed by lead personnel or management.
May perform temporary duties in other areas or other duties associated within area of assignment. NATURE OF POSITION CHALLENGES
Reviews, analyzes and integrates the technical work of others.
Ability to adapt to weekend and holiday support on short notice and extended hours as required.
May require remote monitoring of equipment and on-call status if problems arise that must be addressed remotely or on site. KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS
Education or years’ experience commensurate with skill level required for position complexity as determined by management. At least eight years direct experience in HVAC trade working with commercial/industrial HVAC systems and/or building automation systems.
Must be licensed for handling refrigerants per State requirements.
Proven in-depth knowledge of related building codes regulations and ordinances. Proven ability to effectively read, interpret and work from plans, schematics and drawings. Prior experience in project estimation of labor, materials and equipment required.
Experience working with variable frequency drives (VFD’s) and PLC’s is desired
Experience working with high-sensitivity environments (ie, clean rooms) is desired
Ability to follow verbal and written instructions from Leads, engineering or management.
Ability to use own judgment and decisions to allow continuity of work flow.
Must be self-motivated and a “Team Player” with good interpersonal and communication skills.
Must be able to organize time, assignments and properly prioritize efforts for maximum effectiveness.
Must possess a valid driver’s license.
Must be capable of passing required physical examinations and successfully completing assigned training or other required training or certifications as directed by ETIS II management. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Works from ladders, scaffolding, catwalks, cranes, boatswain chairs, suspended platforms or cages, etc.
Works while bending, standing, stooping, kneeling or in a prone position for extended time periods.
Works in closely confined spaces.
Lift and carry items up to 35 pounds.
Pushes and pulls heavy objects.
Ability to use hearing and vision protection and respiratory equipment.
Ability to distinguish eight color panel display. WORK ENVIRONMENT
Work indoors and out in high and low temperatures and in all types of weather conditions.
Work in dusty, noisy, hot, high humidity, dirty, and greasy environment.
Work in areas where there may be materials that are irritating to eyes, nose, throat and skin while wearing appropriate personal protective equipment.
Work with other personnel in a group that is team-oriented.
Accept and work within established policies and procedures pertaining to company rules and regulations. EQUIPMENT AND MACHINES INVOLVED IN WORK TASK
Up to 1½ ton trucks and vehicles.
Man lifts such as JLG, Handy Herman, Bucket truck, etc.
Mechanical, electrical, and pneumatic hand tools.
Desktop computers utilizing Microsoft Office Suite software including Word and Excel. CRITICALITY OF ATTENDANCE Regular daily attendance and reporting on time is required to maintain shift effectiveness. Overtime (holidays, weekends, scheduled and unscheduled) and shift work may be required. I am able to perform the duties of this position with or without accommodations. Signature: Date: ID: 2017-1747 Level: Experienced (Non-Manager) Visa: Citizen only External Company Name: Sierra Lobo, Inc. External Company URL: www.sierralobo.com
LCS Class Technicians
LCS Class Technicians
Requisition ID: 17013923
Location(s): United States-Florida-Mayport
US Citizenship Required for this Position:
Relocation Assistance: Relocation assistance may be available
Travel: Join Northrop Grumman and be a part of the team of men and women that solve some of the world’s most complex technical challenges. Northrop Grumman’s Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Mission Package Integration (MPI) team is looking for LCS Class Technicians specializing on to join their maintenance and sustainment team in Mayport, FL.
This position description does not represent a current opening but may be used to identify candidates with skills and experience for positions within Northrop Grumman that frequently become available. Candidates who express an interest may be considered for future positions at Northrop Grumman. The LCS Class Technicians will maintain, repair and operate equipment and machinery in support of the LCS MPI Program.
The LCS Class Technicians performs a variety of maintenance on and provides technical support for Mission Module equipment with travel to other Navy bases and deployed sites worldwide. Previous experience operating and maintaining main propulsion, auxiliary machinery, and diesel engines on US Navy/Coast Guard Vessels, Army Tanks and Army Corp of Engineers Landing Craft is required. Experience as Special Warfare Combatant-Craft (SWCC), Boatswain Mate, Engineman, Crewman will be considered.
Applicable Navy/Coast Guard Ratings are: EN, HT, MM, BM, GSM/ GSE. Duties include: + + Analyzes and evaluates equipment relative to specified performance parameters. + + Performs hands-on scheduled maintenance on MM equipment. + + Performs hands-on corrective maintenance, to include fault isolation. + + Operates MM equipment, e.g., RIBs, when required. + + Installs and removes MM equipment on US Navy ships + + Maintains effective customer communications and relations. + + Collaborates and coordinates with customers/suppliers for technical and supply support. + + May provide flyaway maintenance and installation team support to various sites, both CONUS and OCONUS, when required + + Logistics support + Modules will include: + 11m Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats (RHIB/RIB) + RIB Trailers + 30mm Gun Weapon Systems (GWS) + Support Containers + Supply Support MSBALTECM
+ 6 or more years of direct experience operating and maintaining Navy Small Craft and Gun Weapons Systems, main propulsion, auxiliary machinery, or diesel engines on US Navy/Coast Guard vessels, Army Tanks, SWCC, or Army Corp of Engineers Landing Crafts + Applicable Navy/Coast Guard ratings are: EN, BM, HT, MM, GSM/GSE, GM, and other Navy rates with SWCC experience + Experience with Navy Maintenance to include Ship's Maintenance and Material Management (3M), Preventative Maintenance, and Corrective Maintenance + High School Diploma + Ability to obtain and maintain US Secret Security Clearance
- Active US Secret Security Clearance + Experience with 11m Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats (RIBs), RIB Trailers, 30mm Gun Weapons Systems Northrop Grumman is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action-Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.
For a complete EEO/AA and Pay Transparency statement, please visit www.northropgrumman.com/EEO U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.
Title:LCS Class Technicians
Shipyard Trades - Navy Veterans
Seeking Skill Shipyard Trades to work in Hampton Roads, VA / Pearl Harbor, HI / Kittery, ME
Excellent opportunity for transitioning Navy veterans looking to gain civilian experience.
- Diesel Mechanics (Must have shipboard experience)
- Marine Insulators
- Structural welders
- Pipe Welders
- Sheet Metal Mechanics
- Pump Mechanics
- Valve Mechanics
- Spray Painters or Brush & Roll Painters
- Outside Machinist
- Shipwrights/Stage Builders/Scaffold Builders
- Inside Machinist – Conventional & CNC
- Marine electricians
- Deck Tile Installers
- Ship Superintendent
Transitioning for Military Veterans:
- Damage Controlman
- Machinist Mates
- Gas Turbine Mechanics
- Hull Technicians
- Electrician Mates
- Machinery Repairman
- Boatswain Mates
- Aviation Boatswain Mate
- Deck Seaman
- Must have Reliable Transportation
- 3+ years of Shipyard Experience or Navy equivalent
Pay range from $15-$29.00/hr. Per Diem and travel available for some contracts. Having held a security clearance would be a definite plus. US Navy Personnel strongly encouraged to apply.
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Temporary Marine Relief Positions
Temporary Marine Relief Positions Apply now
Job no:506238 Classification:Ext Temporary Trades Grade:Grade 75 Work type:Marine Worker, Temporary Administrative Unit:University of Alaska Fairbanks School/Business unit:School of Fisheries & Ocean Science Location:Seward Categories:Marine Worker
The R/V Sikuliaq, pronounced [see-KOO-lee-auk], is a 261-foot oceanographic research ship capable of bringing scientists to the ice-choked waters of Alaska and the polar regions. This is a recruitment pool for temporary relief positions for Marine Deck roles on the ship, specifically, for 2nd Mate, 3rd Mate, and AB unlimited.
The Sikuliaq, one of the most advanced university research vessels in the world, is able to break ice up to 2.5 feet thick. Constructed at Marinette Marine Corporation, a shipyard in Marinette, Wisconsin, the Sikuliaq is home ported in Alaska, at UAF's Seward Marine Center in Seward Alaska. Duties: *Bridge Operations-2nd Mate Normally stands 8 hours of navigational bridge watch, continuously monitoring the vessel''s position, plotting ship''s position, using and following chart plots, tracking ship''s movement using GPS, radar, celestial or terrestrial fixes, navigational aids; ; maintain logs and other records tracking the ships movements; supervises qualified and alert lookouts during watch at sea to ensure a properly maintained and efficient watch; checks to the helm steers correct courses, maneuvers ship, monitors communication and operational safety, under Master''s supervision, transits and facilitates and supports the efficient scientific operations of each voyage. Ensure that the proper procedures and safety practices are followed, check that bridge and navigation related machinery and equipment are in good working order.
*Bridge Operations-3rd Mate Normally stands 8 hours of navigational bridge watch, plotting ship''s position, following chart plots, tracking ship''s movement using GPS, radar, celestial or terrestrial fixes; posts qualified and alert lookouts during watch at sea to ensure a properly maintained and efficient watch; maintains required logs and records; checks that helm steers correct courses, maneuvers ship, under Master''s supervision, communicates and coordinates mission support with departments and research personnel to ensure operational readiness and efficient scientific operations of each voyage. Follows safety policies, procedures, and guidelines of ship''s safety management.
*Deck Operations-AB Unlimited As directed by the Chief Mate and Boatswain, this unlicensed Deck Department position is responsible for: maintenance of deck department spaces, decks, tools, equipment, machinery, small crafts, and associated gear; operation of all non-engineering area deck machinery, crafts adheres to safety guidelines, policies, and procedures; operating deck equipment including winches, A-frames, cranes, davits, and windlass; adhering to safe and proper operation of anchor windlass, capstans, cranes, winches and other deck machinery; loading and stowing stores, scientific equipment; handling lines, operating capstans, when mooring or unmooring from berth; operating windlass when anchoring; rigging of gangway and setting associated safety; properly lashing deck cargo and securing hatches. Able to work non-standard flexible watch hours; stand watch as look-out, helm as part of a bridge navigation watch; operate small boats.Essential Cleaning and Maintenance-AB Unlimited Performs routine preventative general maintenance of all Deck Department assigned interior and exterior areas including ship''s hull, deck, bulkheads, and superstructure; maintain sanitary cleanliness of ship; operating and maintaining deck machinery such as the cranes, davits, handling systems, A-frame, windlass and winches; care and protection of deck equipment and rigging.Essential Navigation and duties assigned-2nd Mate Maintains all navigational equipment, publications, and charts.
Maintains accurate navigational chart inventories and publication supply inventories and recommends orders. As Navigator, responsible for updating and correcting charts and publications, passage plans, science cruise plan entry of mission stations into Electronic Chart Display Information System (ECDIS). Ensures that all standard navigation day''s work is performed by all watches and that operational checklists are maintained. Plots voyage tracks for the Master''s approval using up-to-date Sailing Directions, Coast Pilot, Light List, Tide and Current Tables.
Ensures all required flags are aboard in good condition. Weather Officer: Responsible for gathering weather information, general maintenance of all weather related equipment assigned and adequate supplies are on board at all times.
Review consumables, track service to prevent unnecessary duplication. Responsible for radio and GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress and Safety System) radio. Routine inspections of bridge and navigation related machinery and equipment.
Ensures bridge electronics, alarms systems and lights are in good working order; provides training to all watch personnel on the bridge in safe navigational practices and in the proper use of navigational equipment to include deck alarm systems, fixed fire, smoke, flooding systems, security rounds and systems, and gangway watch procedures. Ability to operate small boats. Assists the deck when tying up the vessel.
Actively serve in duties as defined by the Master, as part of ship''s safety management and emergency preparedness.
Actively participate in all emergency drills and situations and performs other duties as assigned. Member of firefighting and emergency response teams.
Perform other related duties as required. Prepares and maintains turnover notes for reliefs.
Perform and assist with other related duties as required or directed.Essential Safety Officer, Small Boat Officer, and Duties Assigned-3rd Mate Responsible under supervision of the Chief Mate, for the condition and repair of the lifeboats, life rafts, life rings, life jackets, and other lifesaving equipment, all fire fighting, damage control and other safety or emergency equipment, that is not delegated to other departments.
Prepares reports and submits requisitions to the Chief Mate for approval. Advises crew as to their emergency stations and duties during emergencies and emergency drills; if assigned to command a life raft or rescue boat, musters the crew, instructing them in their duties and in proper handling of survival gear EPIRBS, SARTS, immersion suits, and thermal protection. Maintains accurate and orderly damage control locker, emergency supply inventories, service records, and order status.
Follows and maintains historical and current documentation requirements and regulations for inspections. Performs inspection, maintenance, and inventories of all lifesaving, emergency, damage control, and designated personal protective equipment. Follows safety policies and procedures.
Operate small boats. Assists deck with vessel mooring, loading and stowage. Actively serve in duties as defined by the Master, as part of ship''s safety management and emergency preparedness.
Actively participate in all emergency drills and situations and performs other duties as assigned. Member of firefighting and emergency response teams.
Prepares and maintains turnover notes for reliefs.
Perform and assist with other related duties as required or directed.Essential Safety-AB Unlimited Adheres to safe working practices ensuring safety of all hands involved in deck related operations through training, use proper safety equipment, and following safety procedures and guidelines. Understands pertinent safety, environmental, regulatory rules and regulations. Keeps Chief Mate and Boatswain well informed on a daily basis.
Member of firefighting and emergency response teams. Able to assume the duties of the cox''n or man in charge of the life raft or rescue boat. Perform other related duties as required.Essential The 261' global class, ice-capable research vessel SIKULIAQ will have a crew of 20 (9 deck, 8 engineer, 3 steward) along with 2 shipboard science system technicians.
The Seward Marine Center (SMC) campus is a 13 acre field station under the School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences on the waterfront of Resurrection Bay (www.Seward.com). The job is as a crew member on board SIKULIAQ and there is no need to live in Seward. This is a temporary relief position for Marine Deck positions on the ship. This Job listing is for 2nd Mate, 3rd Mate, and AB unlimited. *Reporting to the Master, the Second Mate is a deck watch officer aboard SIKULIAQ at sea and in port in the Deck Department and assists the Master and Chief Mate with duties; designated the ship's navigation officer; maintains all navigation, GMDSS weather, equipment, publications, charts, flags, inventories, and prepares information for the bridge.
Plots voyage tracks for Master's approval. *Reporting to the Master, the Third Mate is a Deck Watch Officer and assists the Master and senior deck officers with duties as assigned. As designated the ship's Safety Officer, maintains lifesaving, fire fighting, damage control and other emergency equipment. Is vessel's small boat safety officer and assists in training the crew in emergency drill procedures.
Stands inport security watch. Assists deck when tying up the vessel. Follows and ensures safety policies and procedures. *Able-Bodied Seaman Unlimited (AB) general shipboard duties include: operating and maintaining deck machinery such as the cranes, windlass or winches, over the side science gear; rigging and cargo stowage & handling; assist in handling science equipment on deck for deployment and retrieval of science packages; overhaul and install any running or standing rigging on the ship, splice wire or fiber line, to work aloft and over the side of the ship, and to be able to sew, repair, and mend canvas; prepare surfaces, properly mixing and applying paint; helmsman and competent lookout as a member of the navigational bridge watch; maintain the bridge in a clean and shipshape condition; handle mooring and operate equipment for mooring the ship; maintain assigned passageways; work with small boats; member of emergency and lifesaving teams.
Applicants will be required to provide documentation of participation in random drug testing program for at least 60 of the preceding 185 days, did not have any positive test results, and did not refuse to take a required test. If not under employment, where a random drug testing program exists, the applicant shall provide a completed test indicating they are free of illegal substance abuse, when requested by Seward Marine Center, prior to employment. Testing will be for the presence of cocaine, opiates, marijuana (THC), amphetamines and PCP (phencyclidine). Testing will be in accordance with the Department of Transportation Program and testing shall be in accordance with United States Coast Guard Drug and Alcohol Testing guidelines outlined in the Federal Register 46 C.F.R. 4, 5, and 16.
Each applicant must submit the following legible documents to be considered for the position: a) resume b) three professional work references with complete contact information c) legible copy of USCG MMC, unlimited oceans submit all pages) TWIC card d) MMC Medical certificate e) legible copy of valid state driver's license front and back f) legible copy of U.S. Passport In addition, the 2nd Mate and 3rd Mate must submit ECDIS & GMDSS (in MMC) Documentation and VPDSD or VSO Documents (either in MMC or proof of completion). *If you have questions regarding the relief positions or qualifications, please contact Doug Baird Port Captain, at 907-224-4300. *If you need assistance applying to this posting, please contact the UAF Office of Human Resources at 907-474-7700. SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Background Check: The successful applicant may be required to complete a background check. Any offer of employment is contingent on the background check.
At-Will: Pursuant to Board of Regents’ Policy 04.01.055.B, temporary, extended temporary, adjunct, student, casual labor, regular new hire probationary employees and those positions designated by the president as officers and senior administrators of the university are employed at-will. Training Policy:
It is the policy of the University of Alaska Fairbanks that all employees are required to attend training to meet the requirements of the positions they hold, and to complete the required training within a specified period of time to remain employed at UAF. The policy can be located at: http://www.uaf.edu/chancellor/policy/04.07.010/ Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action: The University of Alaska is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and educational institution.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, physical or mental disability, marital status, changes in marital status, pregnancy or parenthood, genetic code or retaliation. Drug-Free Workplace: Pursuant to Board of Regent’ Policy 04.02.040, the University of Alaska is a Drug-Free Workplace.
This prohibits the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession, or use by an employee of a controlled substance in any workplace of the university. Tobacco-Free Campus: UAF Campus is a tobacco free campus. For more information, please go to:http://www.uaf.edu/tobaccofreecampus/ Advertised:19 Jun 2017Alaskan Daylight Time Applications close:
Aviation Boatswain's Mate -Launch Recovery (Abe) SME
Education: Master Training Specialist preferred
Training and Experience:
Required to have recent ABE experience, within the last 5 years.
10 Years’ experience preferred.
Instructor Experience preferred.
Possess experience in both operations and related equipment maintenance.
CNATT experience preferred.
Must possess excellent oral, written, and visual communication; handle multiple tasks; flexible with work assignments; work well with a multitude of personalities; work with little to no supervision.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite.
Security Clearance: Secret Security Clearance required.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Serve as Subject Matter Expert for ABE duties.
ABE SME will validate existing courseware products being taught in CNATT curriculum.
Perform other incidental and related duties as required and assigned. Travel required. Work from home possible.
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