The MMSC Training Facility Scheduler / Coordinator will support the NAVSEA Program Executive Office (PEO) for Unmanned and Small Combatants’ (USC), Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Program Office (PMS 525) for development of training systems capabilities and transition plans from a new ship construction to fleet introduction and sustainment. Provides expertise and services to the Foreign Navy Officers and crews.
The candidate will use SANweb and DSAMS to develop Invitational Travel Orders and training pipelines for foreign national students for a new construction ship program office in the execution of FMS case student training. Support the Project manager, Training Lead, and Naval Education and Training Command Security Assistance Field Activity (NETSAFA) Country Program Manager with student programing tasks as directed by client. The candidate will manage the status of all foreign military students on the FMS case and update ITOs as required. Program international military student training tracks into Defense Security Assistance Management System (DSAMS). Communicate with multiple U.S. government officials to obtain required FMS documents and determine the status of these documents and to resolve discrepancies. Review and generate monthly FMS student status reports from U.S. Navy training organizations and International Military Student Officers (IMSO) and report status of open documents to client. Obtain required reports for the review and analyze the information.
More About the Role:
Develops, monitors, maintains, and manages the schedules for all training events and maintenance availabilities within the Training Facility, to include Trainer Sustainment and Updates/Upgrades, Laboratory configuration requirements, synthetic training, Qualification and Certifications of foreign Navy students and any other requirements.
Reports directly to the MMSC Training Facility Director and can serves as a point of contact for the PMS 525 Program Office. May interact with senior level stakeholders from the requisite Foreign Militaries, DON, other agencies, and the private sector to address and resolve Program Office Manpower, Personnel and Training (MPT) and Human Systems Integration (HSI) issues
Adhere to specific timeline and training requirements, ensure proper scheduling alignment, resolve scheduling conflicts, and fine-tune any needed changes to the schedule to satisfy mission requirements.
Analyzing training pipelines, recommending program improvements as well as analyzing crewing strategy changes that result from shifts in policy to recommend changes to the training infrastructure, crew buy plans, and crew delivery schedules. Evaluates demands and available resources available to develop an execution plan to meet mission requirements.
Serves as primary point of contact for development and coordination of both short-term and long-term strategies and plans for training schedules. Prepares and distributes a Master Weekly Training Schedule.
Assists with the designing and implementation of a communication strategy to provide MPT product status to the Fleet, including methods for addressing, responding to, and resolving issues and requests the Program Office’s customers.
Providing advice and guidance to the management team in the development of long range MPT/HSI plans and strategies.
Provide advice and guidance to an integrated multi-disciplinary team of government civilians and contractors, providing overall design direction and management to ensure the development, delivery, coordination, integration and issue of policy and functional guidance for PMS 525’s Training Facility and programs.
Review proposed training schedule revisions provided by other activities to determine their efficacy and recommend the strategy to implement program improvements.
Projecting potential training requirements, research solutions, for existing MPT shortfalls, recommend Courses of Actions (COAs), perform Business Case Analysis (BCA), independently select the optimum solution, advise budget requirements, monitor and report execution, analyze contractor performance and take corrective action when required.
Advise/support design, development, and analysis of key performance metrics to determine positive and negative trends in MPT product delivery by both industry and government teams.
Advise/support the development and maintenance of the Crew Scheduling and Phasing Plan (CSPP), Manpower Estimate Report (MER), Training Master Plans (TMPs), Ship Manning Document (SMD) / Preliminary Ship Manning Document (PSMD), Training System Installation Plan (TSIP).
Assists in the develop of Program Office presentations intended to provide situational awareness of program requirements and changes.
Advise/support the submission of budgeting data for Foreign Navy training requirements to the program office in the form of Task Planning Sheets (TPS) and management of provided funds, coordination of travel requests and approvals.
Advise/support the Foreign Military Crew training management (classroom, schedule, equipment, etc.).
Review proposed Ship Change Documents (SCDs) for equipment changes that may affect future training and provide course update recommendations
You’ll Bring These Qualifications:
5 years’ relevant experience in FMS and naval education and training program support, to include student processes
Experience with FMS Case student programing and tracking in support of DoD Security Assistance programs
Experience in use of FMS case tracking tools such as: Defense Security Assistance Management System (DSAMS) to include SANWeb, Management Information System for International Logistics (MISIL), Security Cooperation Information Portal (SCIP)
Strong analytical skills, resourceful, and detail oriented with an ability to manage prioritization of own work
Excellent oral and written communications skills, with proficiency with MS Office tools
Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, especially Word, Excel and Power Point.
Good interpersonal skills with the ability to work effectively individually and in a team environment
Ability to prioritize multiple simultaneous tasks and effectively schedule required deliverables, meetings, and follow-up actions
Proficiency with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access
Active DoD Secret Security Clearance
Requires strong written communication, interpersonal, problem-solving, analytical, mathematical, and organizational skills.
U.S. Citizenship required
These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have:
BA or BS degree preferred or relevant work experience.
Prior military experience
Experience with large US Navy platform training programs, with international students a plus.
Ability to plan, schedule and conduct projects and studies to evaluate and recommend ways to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Training Program(s).
Knowledge of the U.S. Navy’s Train-to Qualify (T2Q) and Train to Certify (T2C) concepts.
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