CLEARANCE:   Secret clearance 
REQUISITION NUMBER: 111417.01-M8p (Albany, Georgia)
FUNCTIONAL / LABOR CATEGORY:  Senior Instructor/ Trainer  

The Marine Corps Logistics Command (MARCORLOGCOM) mission is to provide worldwide, integrated logistics/supply chain distribution management, maintenance management, and strategic prepositioning capability in support of the Operating Forces and other supported units to maximize their readiness and sustainability and to support enterprise and program level Total Life Cycle Management.
The successful candidate will design and develop curriculum content, training materials, training modules, teaching aids and manages all aspects of curriculum development programs to include technical skills, management, and leadership development, tools to assist managers to coach and develop their team’s technical skills related to auditing. In addition, this position will manage day-to-day design/development, implementation, execution and maintenance of Logistics Command (LOGCOM) audit readiness training.
The individual will be expected to deliver accurate, high-quality documentation within specified deadline and timeline and potentially work with web based media. The Trainer will utilize adult learning principles to develop all instructional materials. The trainer will utilize three tier learning principles to develop all instructional materials.
The successful candidate will provide onsite technical and functional training to support future performance functioning of MARCORLOGCOM Centers and Subordinate Commands at LOGCOM headquarters in Albany, GA, Barstow, CA, and Blount Island Command in Jacksonville, Florida. Training will consist of addressing command approved changes to orders, directives, and systems designed to enhance LOGCOM’s ability to meet auditability standards as set forth within the Department of Defense (DoD) Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) Guidance and the Command efforts to improve overall inventory accuracy.

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• Bachelor’s Degree from a Four (4) year College or University in Logistics Management, Business Administration, Education, Systems Management, or related field and three (3) to five (5) years of audit readiness experience. 

LABOR CATEGORY Roles and Responsibilities: 
• Review Command directed changes to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), orders, directives and system changes, and prepare required training syllabi and training aids as required to support changes made to support the Commands Materiel Accountability and Auditability Redesign and Materiel Management/Inventory Control Reengineering (MAAR-MMICR) initiatives
• Design and develop “As-Is and To-Be” educational aids and materials on the current and future status of the Command
• Conduct training of LOGCOM personnel in each Command Center and Subordinate Command as required to support changes made to doctrine in support of Team Battelle’s Command approved MAAR-MMICR “To-Be” process
• Facilitate training courses in both live and on-line environments
• Collaborate with Team Battelle’s Technical Writer and Team members assigned to each Center/Subordinate Command to ensure all training requirements are met
• Identify Command developmental/training needs and develop programs/initiatives to meet those needs to enhance performance, morale, and Command loyalty throughout the organization while reflecting the Commands requirements for audit readiness
• Work with SMEs, trainers and instructional designers to transform expert content into learner friendly classroom, online and/or blended learning solutions
• Contribute to training process improvements and participate in other projects as needed
• Initiate follow-up training as required to support MAAR-MMICR efforts to include training requirements that might arise from testing and evaluation, FIAR audits, and sustainment requirements
• Manage multiple program development projects simultaneously by prioritizing project deadlines.
• Track program development life cycles; ensure that any problems are addressed, escalated when needed, and resolved quickly
• Establish a systematic approach to obtain and review assignments and assessments across cohorts
• Establish a process to review and include feedback from end of course surveys, and student evaluations
• Develop and formalize a robust quality assurance review process of all existing and new training programs
• Utilizes state of the art instruction models such as the ADDIE (Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement and Evaluate) Model when designing and developing curriculum materials
• Proficient knowledge of recognized desktop publishing applications including layout and design
• Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office, 2003, 2007 & 2010; Microsoft SharePoint
• Ability to produce learning materials to include facilitator/instructor and participant manuals
• Ability to deal effectively with obstacles to progress in order to maintain project momentum

• Knowledge of USMC LOGCOM missions, goals, objectives, and processes and those of its major internal departments and organizational elements
• Knowledge of US Marine Corps wholesale logistics concepts and familiarity with LOGCOM, US Marine Corps, and DoD logistics directives
• Ability to communicate through verbal and written means with individuals, small groups and in front of large audiences at all levels of the Command
• Ability to ask appropriate questions, probe for understanding, and work in collaboration with others to achieve desired results
• Knowledgeable and functional in technical writing, including consistent and correct use of tense, grammar/spelling and terminology that is interesting and varied
• Acquire to Retire and Plan to Stock experience
• MS/MA or in Business Management 
• Prior experience active duty USMC or Civil Servant, preferably as a Logistics Instructor
• Extensive experience teaching from USMC, HQMC, and DoD directives
• A clear understanding of wholesale and retail logistics concepts
• Currently possess or previously possessed one or more professional specialty certifications or performance as an instructor in the public or private sector

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