PARACHUTE EQUIPMENT TRAINING/PROGRAM MANAGER
Incumbent shall manage unit level Guardian Angel, Parachute Equipment Training courses, course curriculum development, planning and scheduling, and supporting logistical requirements that maintain compliance with HHQ instructions and current operational training requirements.
a. Develop, implement, and maintain Guardian Angel specific Parachute Equipment
training courses in accordance with HHQ and career field guidance.
b. Guide syllabi and instructional courseware development/modification in accordance with HHQ directives.
c. Establish long range continuity as scheduling and training focal point for DoD and
contracted training sites and airlift organizations.
d. Guide logistical equipment/manpower support requirements for all unit specific
Parachute Equipment requirements through utilization of DoD manning support and Air
Reserve Component man-day programs.
e. Provide subject matter expert classroom and field instruction on knowledge and
performance objectives in the performance of Guardian Angel Parachute Equipment
specific Personnel Parachute Systems (PPS) and aerial delivery methods for both ground and maritime vehicles.
f. Provide recommendations for parachute equipment, critical parachute components, and any parachute or safety related training course equipment in the bi-weekly Situation
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Qualifications
a. Knowledge, skill and abilities in United States Air Force Guardian Angel/Special Tactics
military parachuting tactics, techniques and procedures, with mandated requirement to
conduct ground, airframe and airborne parachute training, operations and evaluations.
Preferred previous experience with the Guardian Angel Weapons System or Special
b. Knowledge/ability and qualified to perform Static Line Jump Master (SL JM) and
Military Free Fall Jump Master (MFF JM) duties.
c. Knowledge/application of FAA Senior Rigger duties.
d. Certification as FAA Senior Rigger or Master Rigger is required.
e. Knowledge/application of USAF logistics/acquisitions systems related to Parachute
Equipment to include (Personnel Parachute Systems, Cargo/Ground and Maritime
delivery systems, Night Vision Devices, Personnel and Aircraft employed oxygen
systems and Self Contained Breathing Apparatuses (SCBA).
f. Knowledge/application of the principles and techniques required to develop and evaluate
instructional programs and course curriculum for efficient delivery of training. Preferred
previous experience within USAF formal training organizations.
g. Knowledge/application of continuous improvement through program objectives and
assessments of tactics, techniques and procedures for development with skill in
accomplishing special training studies and projects in support of operational
h. Knowledge/application of data collection techniques, practices and statistical analysis
principles for trend analysis.
i. Knowledge/application of USAF Parachute Equipment safety programs, safety mishap
investigation/reporting procedures and associated systems.
j. Knowledge/application of Instructional Systems Development (ISD) and courseware
k. Knowledge/application of formal classroom/field instruction techniques and procedures.
l. Contractors must be highly physically fit to include all fundamentals of fitness (strength, endurance, cardio, flexibility and body composition).
Bacik Group is a verified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that provides a full spectrum of management and engineering solutions for our clients in the commercial, defense, education, government, healthcare and hospitality sectors. Our vast network of Subject Matter Experts enables us to offer clients innovative and timely support as well as provide exceptional managerial and technical expertise across multiple disciplines. We work with clients across the globe and operate in both neutral and high conflict zones, including both Iraq and Afghanistan. This experience and ability, combined with our recognized quality control measures, set us apart and mark everything we do.
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