Serves as an Instructor/Writer; develops, maintains, and updates course material; conducts remedial training, examinations, and evaluations of Soldiers for the purpose of awarding the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 25Q; ensures accountability and positive control of test materials to protect the integrity of examinations; coordinates classroom space, training area, food service and other logistical needs to support training; ensures all prerequisites are met prior to accepting students into courses; prepares and submits initial class load data to the Battalion; documents all aspects of student duty performance and ensures timely submission of all reports.
Serves as an Instructor/Writer; provides technical training for over # Initial Entry Training (IET), international, and reclassification Soldiers annually; develops, maintains, and updates course material; conducts remedial training, examinations, and evaluations of Soldiers for the purpose of awarding the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 25B; ensures accountability and positive control of test materials to protect the integrity of examinations; maintains accountability of computers and related equipment valued in excess of $X.X; responsible for the health, welfare, and supervision of X number of NCOs.
Instructor/Writer assigned to TRADOC TASS Region G
Serves as the Senior Instructor-Writer for MOSs 88H, 88K, 88L, 88M AND 88N; serves as advisor to the TASS training battalion commander and staff to meet the National Defense Authorization Act provision of full-time liaison duty in connection with organizing, administering, recruiting, instructing, and training by increasing experience and leadership; improving training; strengthening personnel standards; removing impediments to effectiveness; creating new report cards; and transforming the active Army, Reserves and National Guard into a unified force; oversees training of 1,500 students annually and an operational budget of over $200 million in support of 21 training sites spanning 14 western states, Alaska, Guam and Hawaii.
Instructor for Initial Entry Level courses in the field of Ordnance Maintenance; responsible for reviewing POIs and training schedules for accuracy, identifying equipment and material shortages and arranging for equivalent training with the properly submitted addendum; responsible for controlling test materials and the conduct of instruction IAW current TRADOC Regulations.
Serves as an Instructor/Writer for 91D10, 91D30, 91B10 and SAMS-E courses; ensures approved POIs are doctrinally correct and recommends changes through the chain of command; administers tests while enforcing the student honor code; accounts for his students; identifies and requests materials and equipment to support training; maintains accountability and serviceability of Unit's TDA and support assigned equipment valued at over 15 million dollars to Army Standard or better; maintains control and accountability of all assigned tools and equipment; instructs additional courses as required to meet Army mobilization requirements.
Functions as an instructor with the ROTC Committee, Chaplain Basic Officer Leader Course Committee, and Basic Rifle Marksmanship Range Committee for Initial Entry Training (IET) Soldiers, National Guard, Reserve, and Active Duty units; provides processing of Initial Entry Training Soldiers in all activities for reception battalion; responsible for personnel management, processing of IET Soldiers in accordance with the U.S. Army and Fort Jackson regulations; processes and prepares Soldiers for Basic Combat Training (BCT).
Serves as an Instructor; provides technical training for over 820 reclassification Soldiers annually; develops, maintains, and updates course material; conducts remedial training, examinations, and evaluations of Soldiers for the purpose of awarding the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 88M; ensures accountability and positive control of test materials protecting the integrity of examinations; maintains accountability of computers and related equipment valued in excess of $17,000,000.00; responsible for the health, welfare, and supervision of all guest instructors.
Serves as a Training Developer for the Leadership Development Section, Training Development and Integration Division, Directorate Of Training (DOT); analyzes, designs, develops, and validates training products and resourcing documents for the Basic Officer Leaders Course (BOLC), Signal Captains Career Course (SCCC), Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT), BDE S-6, BN S-6, Signal Pre Command and Signal Digital Master Gunners course (S-DMG) using the Systems Approach to Training (SAT) process for Active and Reserve Component personnel to perform critical tasks identified within their MOS/AOC; supports an annual class load of 500 students.
Leads, trains, maintains National Registered- EMT Basics; instruct 68W10 courses, Combat Lifesaver Courses, ALC, and SLC with a max load capacity of 48 students with quality instruction and adequate training to be able to perform the task required in order to be qualified as a 68W or appropriate NCOES level; accurately and completely documents all aspects of duty performance for the students and ensures timely submission of all reports and assigned duties.
M1A1 and M1A2 Instructor/Writer
Serves as an Instructor/Writer on a M1A1 and M1A2 Main Battle Tank in a One Unit Training (OSUT) company; conducts training on basic, advanced, and tactical driving; provides training for Initial Entry Training (IET) Soldiers on tank gunnery and related skills; responsible for training 47 tanks to over 40 Soldiers quarterly; responsible for 15 M1A1 and M1A2 Main Battle Tanks including all turret and hull maintenance; responsible for accountability of Basic Issue Items (BII) and associated equipment valued at $6.21 million dollars.
Responsible for the command, control, and supervision for a Personnel Service Battalion that conducts classes and instruction; communicates, coordinates, and provides guidance to students; ensures training is conducted IAW regulations and Program of Instruction (POI); serves as local representative and point of contact for the commander; provides monthly reports, after action reports, and training evaluations on the status of classes.
Serves as an Instructor/Writer for the Engineer Basic Officer Leadership Course (EBOLC) class at the United States Army Engineer School with a daily strength of three cadre and 70 students and an annual load of over 800 students; coordinates and synchronizes logistical and administrative support among numerous support agencies to facilitate student training; acts as a mentor and counselor, and establishes standards of conduct and accountability to newly commissioned officers; supervises and refines physical readiness training.