Training Developer/TDC Expert

Company Name:
Advancia Corporation
Training Developer/TDC Expert
Location: Fort Sill, OK
Job Code: 061814-1
# of openings: 8
Training Developer/TDC Expert
Multiple Locations
Potawatomi Training LLC (PTLLC) is seeking qualified Training Developers to conduct training needs analyses and development of instructional products in support of the Combined Arms Center, Fort Leavenworth and other TRADOC Centers of Excellence (Fort Sill, Fort Bliss, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Fort Gordon, Fort Lee, and Fort Jackson).
Provide training and education development (TED) product services to bring designated Lesson Plans (LP) and Programs of Instruction (POI) to standards outlined inTRADOC Regulation 350-70,Army Learning PolicyandSystems,the 350-70 TRADOC Pamphlet series, and theArmy Learning Concept 2015.
Apply knowledge of instructional technologies, strategies, and models to design and develop new Critical Task Lists, Training Support Packages (TSPs), LPs, evaluation instruments, and related instructional media and materials.
Document all products in the Training Development Capability (TDC)-Course Resource Model/Instructor Resource Model (TDC-CRM/IRM).
Maintain records and files of work and revisions.
Education, Experience & Training Requirements:
Certified in Training Development Capability (TDC) with a minimum of 1 year experience working in TDC.
Certified in Systems Approach to Training-Basic Course (SAT-BC), Foundation Training
Developer Course (FTDC), or equivalent.
At least two years' experience working TED products in a TRADOC environment is required (either an Active Duty service member, Government civilian, or contract employee); five years' experience desired
Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office products, especially Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
Excellent communicator, both orally and in writing; English fluency is required
Must be able to pass a background investigation enabling access to Government networks; may require a security clearance and must maintain that clearance throughout the contract (applicants should indicate their existing security clearance level)
Positions are contingent upon contract award

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