Plans, coordinates, develops and evaluates related overarching and specific scenarios in support of the Capstone Exercise for the Ministry of the National Guard’s (MNG) Command and General Staff College (CGSC) curriculum learning objectives. Works in coordination with Curriculum Developer Instructor Advisor/Team Lead and Curriculum Translation and Multimedia Team Lead for the purpose of consistency, nesting, and synchronization of the Capstone Exercise requirements and CGSC-MNG curriculum program. Coordinates with respective Team Leads in order to ensure nesting and synchronization across all applicable course curriculum.
B. Independence: Performs his duties under the supervision of the branch manager; performs within broad objectives with significant choice of methods. Frequently develops methods to achieve desired results.
C. Supervisory Responsibilities: Supervises 2 U.S. and 1 Saudi employee.
A. Education Level: Master’s degree preferred. CGSC graduate; graduate of senior service school desirable. An equivalent combination of college level courses, military training, and job site experience may be substituted.
B. Experience: Retired field grade officer and CGSC graduate required. Equivalent U.S. Naval/U. S. Marine Corps or U.S. Air Force rank and schooling accepted. War College graduate preferred. Military and/or civilian college level faculty or service school experience as a curriculum developer and/or instructor preferred. Experience with Mission Command Training Program (MCTP) preferred. Academic credentials (i.e. Ph.D., extensive faculty experience, publications records, etc.), by exception, may substitute for CGSC and/or military experience. Three years minimum experience at brigade or higher-level staff preferred.
C. Specific Knowledge, Skill, and Ability Requirements: Project management, extensive knowledge and working experience with U.S. Army logistics, force development, resource management, doctrine and/or curriculum development procedures, combined arms, and peace/stability operations are desirable. Must have a general knowledge of the U.S. Military “Systems Approach to Training” including instructional techniques and procedures. Extensive knowledge of exercise design and development preferred. Professional training experience in a multicultural environment is preferred. Proficient in MS Office Professional software. Must possess a valid US driver’s license.