Vinnell Arabia

  • Team Chief, Training Assistance Team - 4

    Location SA-Riyadh
    ID
    2018-2649
    Category
    Health Care Training
  • Overview

    Performs duty as the chief trainer for planning, preparing, conducting, and assessing training programs, evaluations, and medical-specific exercises for subordinate medical elements of medical and non-medical units.  Coordinates and directs issues concerning planning, developing, implementing, and conducting training programs for MNG medical units, battalion medical platoons and the medical sections assigned within maneuver brigade elements.  Provides for coaching, training, and assistance to medical units and personnel as necessary to facilitate effective execution of training program activities.  Serves as primary action agent for training and other activities conducted to prepare MNG mobile medical training teams for independent duty.

     
    A. Duties/Responsibilities:

    1. Supervises activities and coordinates issues concerning planning, developing, implementing, and conducting NET/NOT training programs for MNG medical units within assigned area of responsibility.
    2. Directs development, review, and revision of training programs and related instructional material as required.
    3. Performs duty under the supervision of the Manager, MUTB.  Acts within general guidelines and an accepted range of methods to achieve goals.
    4. Coaches, trains, and assists units involved in the NET/NOT programs in planning, preparing, executing, and assessing training and coordinating operations between its higher headquarters and adjacent, supporting and supported units.
    5. Serves as point of contact for training and assistance activities to the medical units assigned or attached to MNG brigades and separate battalions
    6. Monitors readiness indicators for medical unit training programs and develops courses of action to correct shortcomings or deficiencies.
    7. Provides SME support for AHSMS course development and HAD publication development as required.
    8. Provides direct training, coaching, and assistance for SANG medical units during conduct of medical unit training programs, as required.
    9. Provides training assistance to Military Field Medical Command organizations, as required.
    10. Ensures activities comply with approved methodologies, based on current U. S. military doctrine and approved MNG policies and procedures.
    11. Coaches, trains, and assists units involved in the NET/NOT programs in planning, preparing, executing, and assessing training and coordinating operations between its higher headquarters and adjacent, supporting and supported units.
    12. Serves as point of contact for training and assistance activities to the medical units assigned or attached to MNG brigades and separate battalions.
    13. Monitors readiness indicators for medical unit training programs and develops courses of action to correct shortcomings or deficiencies.
    14. Provides SME support for AHSMS course development and HAD publication development as required.
    15. Provides direct training, coaching, and assistance for MNG medical units during conduct of medical unit training programs, as required.
    16. Provides training assistance to Military Field Medical Command organizations, as required.
    17. Ensures activities comply with approved methodologies, based on current U. S. military doctrine and approved MNG policies and procedures.
    18. Ensures training programs and recommendations focus on USG guidelines for: individual training, collective training, materiel readiness, unit staff activities, and modernization program objectives.
    19. Develops and coordinates feedback information to support course development, review, and revision at the AHSMS.
    20. Perform other duties as required.

    B. Supervisory Responsibilities: Supervises trainers, assistant trainers, and instructors assigned or attached to the TAT.

     

    Qualifications

    A. Education Level: Some college required.  Former MSC officer or medical NCO and Advanced Course graduate or other Service equivalent level school.  Current EMT and BLS certifications are required.  Employees not possessing PHTLS, BLS, and Advanced Medical Life Support Instructor certifications must obtain the credentials within 6 months of hire.

     

    B. Experience: Former officer or senior non-commissioned officer with seven (7) years of experience in field combat health service support operations.  Proven performance at jobsite may substitute for advanced civilian education and military Advanced Course requirements.

     

    C. Specific knowledge, skill, ability and requirements: Must have knowledge of tactical combat casualty care concept.  Must have the ability to express thoughts/concepts clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.  Thorough knowledge of Combat Health Support doctrine, tactics and techniques.  Knowledge of field medical equipment sets and unit-level logistics operations.  Knowledge of unit training and evaluation techniques and training management procedures.  Computer literate in MS Office-based programs. Must possess a valid driver’s license.

     

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