Vinnell Arabia

Sniper POI Dev/Trainer

Institutional Training


Initiates and coordinates practical exercise (PE) training and opposing forces (OPFOR) training programs to support the National Guard Military School (NMGS) training base. Performs as the subject matter expert (SME) on the PE and OPFOR training support package (TSP) by being professionally skilled in PE and OPFOR training, and the systems approach to training.

A. Duties/Responsibilities:

  1. Provides PE and OPFOR training assistance to NGMS Officers/NCOs.
  2. Coordinates with the Chief, Special Training Section (STS) for any changes needed.
  3. Assists OPM-SANG and NGMS with implementation phase of PE/OPFOR training.
  4. Performs duties under the direction of the Chief, STS.  Accomplishes responsibilities independently within specialty area IAW established objectives, policies and procedures.
  5. Assists Chief, STS as required.
  6. Performs other mission-related duties as required.
  7. Conducts Train-the-Trainer (T3) Courses.

B. Supervisory Responsibilities: None.



A. Education level: Senior Leader Course or Advanced Officer course graduate, two to four years of college preferred.


B. Experience: Two years’ experience in Military training methods of instruction required.


C. Qualifications: Senior Non-Commissioned or Commissioned Officer having served as CTC Observer/Controller or in an Opposing Forces role preferred, knowledge of and experience with range operations preferred.


D. Specific Knowledge, skill and ability requirements: Must have detailed knowledge and experience with the systems approach to training and basic US Army methodologies. Must have knowledge of US Military.  Thorough knowledge of US Military Tactics, Techniques and Procedures.  Professional training experience in a multi-cultural environment is desired. Must possess superior ability in expression of thoughts, both oral and written.  Proficient in MS Office software.



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