|Title:||Naval Special Warfare Preparatory Course Manager|
|Location:||Great Lakes, IL|
- 8-koi is seeking a Naval Special Warfare Preparatory Course Manager to support the yet to be awarded Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Preparatory Course Training and Support Services contract in Great Lakes, IL. Maintain a direct working relationship with the NSW Preparatory Course COR and active duty staff, to include collaboration on all aspects of the course curriculum. Maintain accurate records of student information that includes travel activity, PST testing and results. Course Manager shall be familiar with all aspects of the job, test sites, and Centers of Influence (i.e. Recruit Training Center (RTC), Naval Training Center (NTC), Training Support Center, NSWCEN, other supporting entities) in their relationship to the operation of NSW Preparatory Course
Duties and responsibilities
- Directly supervise administrative and medical contract personnel. Supervise Physical Training Instructors in conjunction with Lead Physical Training Instructors
- Manage the Physical Training Instructor's training activities. The Course Manager is not required to be at every evolution but shall maintain strict oversight of each instructor’s performance through the Lead Physical Training Instructors.
- Ensure all instruction is being carried out in accordance with established curriculum, to include safety aspects of the evolution and fulfillment of curriculum guidelines.
- Oversee the implementation of the established academic curriculum
- Ensure physical and classroom evolutions are properly staffed, to include ensuring that required instructor/student ratios are maintained. Additionally, ensure that medical coverage for students is available at each physical evolution.
- Evaluate Physical Training Instructors to ensure physical evolutions are being conducted in accordance with approved curriculum to minimize injuries and maximize candidate success.
- Manage cycles of students arriving and departing based on convening class capacity, student flow, and completion of course requirements.
- Implement and execute curriculum, to include control documents; test plan; lesson plan; trainee guide; high-risk evolution documents; administrator guides; and evolution brief sheets and attached matrixes.
- Submit course improvement and innovation change proposals through the OIC for review and approval prior to implementation.
- Review exit critiques and provide recommendations in a per class report to the OIC
- Provide an as-needed report to the OIC on contractor issues and command climate
- Communicate observations and trends of testing results, bi-annually, to the OIC to provide feedback focused on better preparation of applicants in training
- Mentor candidates in the NSW selection pipeline and career path. As such, preference shall be given to those with experience as NSW operators.
- Possess the ability to demonstrate and explain all points of performance of exercises included in the Physical Standards Test and exit test.
- Business degree in Management, Administration, Finance, Operations Management, or Human Resource Management. However, a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) or Bachelor of Administration (B.A.) in Health and Exercise Science, Kinesiology or five (5) years of equivalent experience managing a similar workplace/ team environment to include, but not limited to, training, managing logistics, administration, and transportation functions may suffice.
- All contract personnel shall undergo a National Agency Check with Local Agency and Credit Checks (NACLC) background check prior to employment
Working conditions are within a normal office environment.
Normal office environment mobility; sitting, walking, bending, stooping, standing, lifting a maximum of 25 pounds (greater than 25 pounds requires a two-person lift), turning, pushing. Normal office dexterity, to include; reaching, handling, grasping, to include typing/keyboard, and phone use.