Personnel and Operations Readiness Battalion (PORB) Instructor

Role: Personnel and Operations Readiness Battalion (PORB) Instructor

Location: Little Rock, AR

Education/Certifications: Common Faculty Development Program-Instructor Course (CFDP-IC) within 90 days of employment and prior to facilitating any courses; PEC Certification and graduation from assigned course required prior to instructing/facilitating solo; minimum Adult Education Certificate from a Regionally Accredited Institution.

Years of Experience: 5+ years

Clearance Level & Investigation: Favorable background investigation or security clearance / access approvals

IA Cert Level (DoD 8570.01): Required within 6 months if performing services involving IA/IT functions.

Job Description:

  • Provide Education and Instructor Support Services for the Army National Guard (ARNG) Professional Education Center (PEC) in the Human Resource Readiness Training Center.

ARNG PEC Instructor/Facilitator Certification

  • Attend and successfully complete courses prior to facilitating courses, IAW PEC Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) and TRADOC standards.
  • Attend and successfully complete Common Faculty Development Program-Instructor Course (CFDP-IC) within 90 days of employment and prior to facilitating any courses.
  • Achieve PEC Certification and graduate from assigned course prior to instructing/facilitating solo.
  • Must have, at a minimum, an Adult Education Certificate from a Regionally Accredited Institution.

Classroom Instruction

  • Comply with all PEC SOPs, Army Education Accreditation Standard (AEAS), TRADOC Regulation 350-70, Army Learning Policy and Systems, Army Regulation AR 350-1, Army Training and Leader Development, and Proponents Programs of Instruction (POIs) in the performance of this effort.
  • Conduct pre-check on all audiovisual equipment to ensure it is in proper working condition Friday prior to class start date.
    • Submit electronic help desk ticket immediately upon detection of audiovisual equipment not functioning properly.
    • If technical problems arise during the classroom instruction, submit help desk ticket “Critical Status” within 30 minutes of technical issue.
  • Ensure all instructional materials/aids (i.e. student handouts) and classrooms are set up Friday prior to class start date.
  • Facilitate Personnel Organization and Readiness Battalion courses, including ARNG Medical Readiness Manager; ARNG Commander’s Unit Status Report (CUSR); ARNG Senior HR NCO and Warrant Officers; ARNG Basic Human Resources; Unit Readiness NCO; ARNG Training NCO; ARNG Training Officer / Operations NCO; ARNG Education Services; and ARNG GI Bill Manager.
  • Facilitate instruction based upon current course materials as prescribed in the Program of Instructions (POI) to include content, sequence, timing, audiovisual presentation, and instruction methodology.
  • Verify information on the course roster, make corrective annotations, and turn in to the Course Manager by close of business on the course start date.
  • Present Government-prepared student certificates IAW established program procedures.
  • Return all excess course materials to the Course Manager upon completion of course.
  • Ensure classrooms are left in a neat and orderly condition upon completion of course.

Test Administration

  • Notify the Training Battalion Test Control Officer 24 hours prior to scheduled exam the number of exam materials required.
  • Maintain security over all testing materials until returned to the Test Control Officer; return all testing materials to Training Center Test Control Officer within 1 hour of exam completion.
    • Ensure test materials are not improperly reproduced or distributed.

Student Interaction

  • Immediately notify the Course Manager (or Battalion Commander, if Course Manager unavailable) of any student infraction as identified in the PEC SOP and the individual student assessment plan (ISAP) for the respective course; infraction notifications required no later than close of business on the day of the incident.
  • Maintain professionalism and comply with PEC policy as relates to instructor/student interaction; present a professional, business casual appearance while providing services.

Student Training Assessment

  • Conduct training exercises, practical exercise critiques, and provide written evaluation of student performance IAW approved TRADOC POI.

Communicating with Training Center Chief and/or Course Managers

  • When applicable, schedule meeting with the Course Manager as specified by the Training Center Directives no later than 30 days prior to the start date of class to brief essential course administrative information, student population, and critical course content.
    • Electronically update all parties of any changes to pending class via email.
  • When applicable, schedule meeting with Course Manager as specified by the Training Center Directives no later than 2 business days upon completion of course to provide feedback on the course activity and post course evaluations, including comments on areas that were conducted effectively throughout duration of the course and comments reflecting opportunities for improvement throughout the duration of the course.
  • Identify areas of weakness and work with the Course Manager to recommend any changes to current practical exercises, student handouts, or homework assignments that may enhance learning objectives to the course of instruction.
  • Support the efforts of PEC to maintain TRADOC Accreditation.

Mobile Training Teams

  • May be required to perform as part of a Mobile Training Team (MTT) not more than twice per training year.

Job Category: Trainer
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: Little Rock - AR
Clearance Level: Favorable Background Investigation OR Security Clearance
Education-Certifications: Adult Education Certificate CFDP-IC
Years of Experience: 5+ years

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