GCCS-J Instructor

Company Name:
ClearedPath
Education Requirements
Bachelors degree
Experience Required
Air Force Instructor Training Course or equivalent. Ability to comply with AETCI 36-2202, Faculty Development and Master Instructor Programs, 23 May 12, and the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) Campus Relations Policies, Procedures, and Guidance (PPG). Proficient in GCCS-J system administration (Version 4.3 or greater) covering all platforms utilized by the various commands that are serviced by this contract. Knowledgeable in AETC procedures as described in Air Education and Training Command (AETC) Instruction 36-2641, Technical and Basic Military Training Development, 26 June 2014. Be familiar with the system documentation provided by DISA to include the Procedures for GCCS-J Server Deployment (PGSD), the Trusted Facilities Manual (TFM), and Jumpstart Architecture and Security Scripts (JASS) for installation and security of the systems. All instructors must have a college degree and have attended an Air Force Instructor Training Course or equivalent. The following course knowledge (software Version 4.3 or greater) is required: Level 1 GCCS-J & UNIX Administration Level 2 GCCS-J Installation & Administrations Level 3 GCCS-J COP Level 3 GCCS-J Security Management Level 3 GCCS-J I3 GCCS-J Database Fundamentals GCCS-J Oracle Administration GCCS-J Sybase Administration GCCS-J Windows Administration Trained/proficient in Microsoft (MS) office programs Knowledge of Military training concepts Able to multi-task, problem solve, and manage training operations
Description
Serve as a Training Instructor in support of the Global Command & Control System - Joint (GCCS-J) Training and Local Area Network (LAN) Engineering and System Administration contract located at the Keesler AFB, Mississippi. Provide to the GCCS-J Training Manager, instructors proficient in GCCS-J system administration (Version 4.3 or greater) covering all platforms utilized by the various commands that are serviced by this contract. Provide to the GCCS-J Training Manager, developers that are knowledgeable in AETC procedures as described in AETC Instruction (AETCI) 36-2641, Technical and Basic Military Training Development, 26 June 2014. Assist Government personnel in determining the needs, criteria, and justification for additional and/or enhancements to current course curriculum. Prepare appropriate documentation to support recommendations, evaluations, test results, and reports in a mutually agreed upon format. Be familiar with the system documentation provided by DISA to include the Procedures for GCCS-J Server Deployment (PGSD), the Trusted Facilities Manual (TFM), and Jumpstart Architecture and Security Scripts (JASS) for installation and security of the systems. The prime period of training at KAFB, MS, will comply with the CWS, which means over a two-week period, 80 hours of work is performed; 36 hours during the first (or compressed) week, and 44 hours during the second week. For KAFB, duty hours over a two-week period will consist of Monday-Thursday, 0630-1630 (6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.), with one hour for lunch each day; and in addition, on alternating Fridays, work hours will be 0630-1530 (6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.), with one hour for lunch. Position may be required to travel CONUS & OCONUS during the performance of this position to attend meetings, workshops, or training. PHYSICAL DEMANDS - The work is mostly sedentary. No special physical demands are involved. There may be some walking Standing, bending or carrying of light items up to 25 pounds. WORK ENVIRONMENT - The employee works in an adequately lighted and ventilated office environment. Observes normal safety precautions.
Additional Requirements
Must possess an active secret clearance.

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