Technical Instructor - (Army Maintenance SME) Ft Bliss

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HCI Integrated Solutions

Fort Bliss, Texas (TX) Posted on Thu, 5 May 2022 01:49:36 GMT Competitive Salary Permanent Full Time Source: HCI Integrated Solutions

The COMET program is an activity of the United States Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4 to establish teams that serve FORSCOM organizations with logistics expertise and logistics training to improve Soldier forces and capabilities in support of the National Security and Defense Strategies and sustainment of unit combat readiness. COMET Instructor/SMEs perform assessments and training of Army Leaders and Soldiers to provide quality assurance and advice in the areas of maintenance and supply.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Technical Instructors (Army Maintenance SME) will:

Perform Command Maintenance Evaluation and Training Services in support of FORSCOM Units. The following areas of support will be provided to the customer:
  • The Candidate shall provide maintenance training courses to include CMDP, -10/-20 inspection procedures, Army Maintenance Regulations and Policies, Modification Work Orders, Warranty Identification and Reporting, Army Oil Analysis Program (AOAP) GCSS-Army Unit Maintenance Modules to include Work Order processes, Equipment Maintenance Records, Parts Requisitions, Unit Readiness Reporting
  • The Candidate will provide subject matter expertise in all logistics areas in order to perform maintenance, evaluation and training at the Battalion level and below. These areas may include maintenance operations at the Unit level; property management, physical security; Unit movement operations; maintenance management practices and procedures; Equipment records management; equipment maintenance; driver training; and GCSS-A applications associated with each of these areas.
  • The candidate will provide subject matter expertise in all logistics areas to assist soldiers with conducting Command Inspection Program (CIP) inspections, Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP) inspections, Command Maintenance Discipline Program (CMDP) inspections, Inspector General (IG) inspections, and any other Command Directed Inspections.
  • Onsite assistance may include one-on-one Soldier training, section collective training, or unit directed training. Onsite assistance may include, but is not limited to, maintenance operations; shop stock supply management; vehicle and ground support equipment PMCS; DA 5988E utilization; Driver Training Instructor Operations; Communication and Electronics PMCS; and ARIMS/Publications operations.
  • Be required to travel to CONUS/OCONUS to attend meetings, conferences, training and support to FORSCOM elements located on TRADOC installations based on closest regional proximity of the COMET team. (OCONUS locations are limited to Alaska, Hawaii and Japan Training locations.
  • Perform Command Evaluation and Training to include compliance with Command Maintenance Discipline Program (CMDP), Tactical Wheel and Track Vehicles, Communications/Electronic Equipment, Special Purpose Equipment and proficiency with Logistics Information Systems (LIS) and management and maintenance of Class VII items.
  • Assist and provide training to units during official training exercises in conjunction with unit evaluations; conduct over-the-shoulder training on CMDP shortfalls.
  • Be required to travel to receive training on new systems or programs that are associated with Army logistics and require inclusion in the COMET curriculum.
  • Train military personnel on the new programs and systems as required upon completion training.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

Technical Instructors (Army Maintenance SME) must possess subject matter expertise, on-the-job experience, GCSS-A Training and Certification (GTRAC), and a minimum of 12 months teaching experience in the specific course material. The candidate shall be well versed in Army logistics policies and procedures, and have a high degree of technical and management expertise in tactical logistics operations. At a minimum, the candidate shall exhibit a minimum of five years’ experience in the performance and management of Army Maintenance operations as a Motor Sergeant, Warrant Officer or Officer embedded in the following Army policies, concepts and functional areas:
  • The Army Materiel Maintenance Policy
  • Maintenance Management of Tactical Wheel and Track Vehicles
  • National Maintenance Policy Below the National Level
  • Supply Management at Unit Level
  • Supply Support Activities Operations
  • Unit Supply Systems
  • Publications
  • Property Accountability
  • Physical Security
  • Army Environmental Programs
Technical Instructors (Army Maintenance SME) must demonstrate proficiency with the following Army Logistics Information Systems:
  • Standard Army Maintenance System-Enhanced (SAMS-E)
  • Global Combat Support System – Army (GCSS-ARMY) – Maintenance
  • The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS)
  • Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program (AESIP
  • Decision Support Tool (DST)
  • Property Book Unit Supply - Enhanced
  • Theater Operations Automated Movement and Identification Solutions (TC-AIMS)
  • Very Small Aperture Terminal (V-SAT)
  • Materiel Common Operating Picture (M-COP)
  • Microsoft Office Suite
Technical Instructors (Army Maintenance SME) must have knowledge in:
  • Army Award for Maintenance Excellence
  • Army Oil Analysis Program
  • Army Warranty Program
  • Sample Data Collection Program
  • Army Modification Work Order (MWO) Program
  • Army Maintenance Floats
  • Drivers Training
  • Product Quality Deficiency, and/or Improvement Reports
  • Army tire retread program
  • Administrative Storage of Material
  • National Maintenance Program
  • Ground Safety Notification System
  • Army Corrosion Prevention and Control Program
  • Army Battery Program
  • Hazardous Materiel
  • Requesting and Receiving Supplies
  • Property Accountability
Minimum Job Requirements:
  • Must have a minimum of 5 years experience performing as an Army Maintenance Technician, Motor Sergeant or Officer
  • Must have or be able to obtain a SECRET security clearance
  • Must have prior experience providing instruction on maintenance concepts at Unit Level
  • Demonstrate proficiency in Command Maintenance Discipline
  • Must have experience and be proficient in Logistics Information Systems to include Global Combat Support System – Army (GCSS-A); Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program (AESIP); Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS); HAZMAT Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 49; Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT); Microsoft Office Suite
  • Must be a US Citizens
  • Must read, write, speak English proficiently
  • Must have a valid State Driver’s license
  • Must be certified to operate Material Handling Equipment

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