Job Title

BUD/s Preparatory Instructor

  • Position:
  • Salary: Competitive Salary w/Housing and Vehicle
  • Location: Middle Eastern Nation disclosed upon pre-selection
  • Job ID: 01494
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Job Description

Start Date:  October 2017

Location:  Coalition Force Middle Eastern Nation (disclosed if pre-selected)

Mission:  Training nation’s prospective BUD/S students for entry into U.S. Navy CONUS based training.

Qualifications Needed:  113x is preferred but NEC 5326 is acceptable.  Instructor must have been fully SEAL qualified with full rights and authorization to wear the SEAL trident.  Experience as a former BUD/S, Instructor, Master Training Specialist (MTS), Dive Supervisor (DIVESUP) and Range Safety Officer (RSO) are desired.  Candidate cannot be separated from the SEAL community for over 7 years.

Instructor Functional Skills:  A qualified instructor with training management, report writing, cross-cultural communication, and project management skills.  The employee must be familiar with executing a physical fitness program in accordance with all Navy Physical Readiness Training (PRT) manuals, regulations, and policies to include but not limited to OPNAV 6110.1J, Naval Special Warfare Physical Training Guide (NSW PTG), U.S. Army FM 21-10 Physical Fitness Training and U.S. Army TC 3-22.20 Army Physical Readiness Training.  The incumbent must be proficient in BUD/S training with the knowledge necessary to train and advise on BUD/S related matters.  The incumbent must be in excellent physical fitness condition and readiness.  The incumbent will be expected to perform the same physical tasks required from the trainees and perform them at a level higher than the trainees.

Length of Contract:  1 year with potential for a 2nd year extension.  Note: Two (2) 90-day rotations is an option being entertained.  This would require no more than 180 total days on the ground in the AO for the 1-year period.

Instructor Attributes:  The incumbent must be a high level; results oriented person who can, without government training, perform the required tasking.

Instructor Character and Past Performance:  Contractor’s military record must be free of disciplinary blemishes.  If discharged, discharge must have been honorable.  Contractors civilian record and history must be free of criminal activity that would bring into question his trustworthiness, temperament, or fitness for this position.

Instructor Presence and Demeanor:  Contractor must present an exceptional appearance and professionalism representing and upholding the highest standard of US Naval Special Warfare (US NSW) and the SEAL community as a whole.  Applicant must be able to operate cooperatively in a soft-skill environment, be a team player with foreign, US military and non-military personnel and support and uphold organizational SHARP and EO programs and policies.

Administration:  The incumbent must be proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and able to provide weekly performance updates using these tools as required.

Consulting:  The incumbent must be prepared to consult and advise on topics relating to the training program and the future training goals of the client.

Compensation:  Competitive and based on experience and skill sets.  Housing costs and a vehicle for transportation will

be provided.

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