CACI Technologies, Inc. is responsible for the design, development, and execution of product specific training for our internal and external customers on the entire portfolio of radio equipment. The Regional Interdiction Training Team (RITT) has immediate opening for Radio Communications Trainer.
This individual's primary responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
The successful execution of stand-up technical instruction in a classroom environment for 4-20 students at a time.
Stand-up instruction includes lectures, practical labs and field exercises, as well as learning assessments.
Instruction may be delivered at CONUS/OCONUS locations or onsite at the customer's location.
Study current programs of instruction (POIs), interface with subject matter experts (SMEs) and engineering, to gather supporting data to create courseware and trainer notes.
Develop and deliver course content related to installation, operating, repairing and maintaining communications equipment.
Evaluate current course content, student comprehension, student engagement and draw upon field related experiences to make suggestions on how to improve current POIs and deliver an engaging learning experience.
Maintain Certified Manufacturer (e.g. Harris, Motorola, CODAN), Instructor status Trainer Qualification Procedure and certify on newly developed products.
Develop and mentor junior trainers through the process while working towards instructor evaluator status.
8-16 Years developing and delivering course content related to operating, repairing and maintaining communications equipment.
Knowledge areas should include communications techniques and operations of military HF, VHF and UHF systems and COMSEC loading procedures, radio block diagram theory, the ability to perform troubleshooting and fault isolation selecting the appropriate test equipment.
Removal and replacement of modules and chassis mounted components IAW technical publications and specified tools.
Performs firmware upgrades and procedures.
RF mathematics fundamentals, basic use of schematics and component identification.
Integrate multiple IP networks and software applications to support C4ISR.
Discuss and perform Repair Maintenance Activities (RMAs).
Strong prioritization and multitasking skills.
Excellent verbal & written skills.
Effective communication and analytical skills, professional demeanor.
Prior military experience in a tactical communications repair facility.
AAS/BS in Instructional Technology or relevant military experience.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
Typically requires bachelor's degree or equivalent and 8-16 years of related experience.