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Aviation Training Developer

Company Name:
Tec-Masters, Inc
Position Type:
Full-time
Tec-Masters, Inc (TMI) is seeking Aviation Warrant Officers and Aviation Commissioned Officers for Training Development positions at Fort Rucker, AL.
TRADOC is in the process of fielding the Instructor Resource Model (IRM) component of the Course Resourcing Model's (CRM). This fielding requires a review/revision of all TRADOC's active POIs and LPs in the Training Development Capability (TDC) tool to ensure the POI/LPs meet TRADOC Regulation 350-70 standards and incorporate the new IRM data fields. To meet fielding expectations, TRADOC requires additional training and education developer capacity to review/revise or create POIs and LPs into the new format as efficiently as possible.
Hiring is contingent upon an award

Requirements:
Personnel should be familiar with TR 350-70, Army Learning Policy and Systems and its supporting pamphlets. Experience and education are:

Experience: 5 + years Aviation experience with knowledge in training and education product development in the institutional domain.

Training Development Capability (TDC): The ability to effectively and efficiently use TDC to review, revise or create POIs and LPs.
Company Description:
Tec-Masters, Inc. brings unsurpassed dedication, quality and reliability to every task at hand. Tec-Masters, Inc. provides innovative, robust scientific and technological solutions for Defense, Federal and Commercial customers worldwide.
TMI is a certified ISO-9001:2008, Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level 3 appraised, and Six Sigma certified minority owned Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB). Founded in 1988, TMI has provided innovative, robust, and unsurpassed dedication to training, training development, analysis, experimentation, IT, engineering, logistics support, multimedia, and management services to our client base. TMI is headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama with major offices in Lawton, OK; Orlando, FL; Atlanta, GA; and Washington, DC.

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