Vinnell Arabia

Senior Doctrine/TRG Publication Developer

Institutional Training


Responsible to the Chief, DDS for the development, staffing, and technical accuracy of the assigned doctrinal publications; provides input to and review of other tactical and training publications in his area of expertise.

A. Duties/responsibilities:

  1. Develops LAV-related training and operational doctrine, within his specialty area, for implementation in MNG.
  2. Plans, develops, staffs, publishes, and revises SMFMs and other doctrinal documents within his specialty area.
  3. Monitors the development, implementation, and evaluation of MNG collective and individual training programs, as specified.
  4. Coordinates with SMEs and users on the development of LAV-related doctrine within his specialty area.
  5. Performs other mission-related duties, as required.
  6. Works under the supervision of the Chief, DDS; operates IAW established procedures; governs     own resources in problem solving and implementation of training program.

B. Supervisory Responsibilities: None


A. Education Level: College Degree or an equivalent combination of college level courses, military training and job site experience.  Officer or Noncommissioned Officer in the rank of (E-7) or above. Required NCO Schools: Army Basic Instructor Course (ABIC), Senior Leaders Course (SLC)


B. Experience: Former U.S. Military commissioned officer, warrant officer or senior noncommissioned officer, with at least 5 years of experience in his specialty area.


C. Specific Knowledge, Skill and Ability Requirements: Have detailed knowledge of U.S. Military doctrine and of training processes and procedures. Must possess excellent capability for expression of ideas and thought, in grammatically correct English, either orally or in writing. Professional training experience in a multi-cultural environment is desired. Ability to use a computer and associated word processor software (i.e.; MS Word).


D. Other Specific Requirements: Must possess the ability to write and edit 10 full pages a day.



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