Operator Instructor Job Description

Operator Instructor Job Description

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Operator instructor provides SIGINT training and equipment operations mission support through courseware development, instruction/training, mentoring the development and revision of SIGINT TSPs, exercise scenario development, and.

Operator Instructor Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Assists the PIC in ground and flight operations efforts including mission planning, execution, briefing, debriefing, aircrew resource management and safety
Operate the payload of an MQ-9 UAV, on the ground and in flight, in support of customer requirements and successful execution of the mission at Grand Forks, ND
May participate in production flight test of Company and government aircraft
May participate in the preparation and presentation of continuation training of aircraft systems, mission support and deployed operations
Instruct UAV student Sensor Operators in ground and flight operations on MQ-9 aircraft
Assist the PIC in complying with all governing regulations including service guidance, company procedures and Federal Aviation Administration Regulations
Providing a Daily Readiness Report (DRR) before the start of the training window to the Flying Wing and the Logistics Wing Site Liaison Officer (SLO) indicating the status of the BOT
Initiating or processing paperwork as required
Teaches basic road construction standards, duties, and safety regulations
Development and evaluation of course content for relevant P&H Mining Products/Systems Electrical or Mechanical or Pneumatic or Operation

Operator Instructor Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Operator Instructor

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: TSO, AFI, ISO, POI, CPO, NSPF, IAW, EW

Education for Operator Instructor

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the operator instructor job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Associate Degree in Education, Military, Technical, Associates, Education Department, Health, Communication, Teaching Students with Disabilities, Human Development, English/Language Arts

Skills for Operator Instructor

Desired skills for operator instructor include:

SIGINT Enterprise and NGA
Computer operations and applications
Facilitation in using training emulation systems
US Navy Sensor Operator training pipeline
Adversary kill-chain and exploitation scenarios
Airborne ISR operations
Auditing and other defensive tools
Basic IT operations
CIS
California Energy Markets and Energy Imbalance Markets

Desired experience for operator instructor includes:

Provide B707 K-3 Boom Operator instruction in classroom, simulator, aircraft or other platform environments
The candidate is required to acquire and maintain proficiency in emergency procedures, in making contacts with receivers during air refueling operations, air refueling procedures, cargo load training, aircraft servicing, and operation of aircraft systems and equipment
The candidate is required to possess prior B707 K-3 Air to Air refueling experience or similar
Candidate must currently have or be able to obtain a Kingdom of Saudi Arabia recognized Secret Clearance
Must have the ability to coordinate activities with RSAF Training squadron
Provide B707 KE3 Boom Operator instruction in classroom, simulator, aircraft or other platform environments

Operator Instructor Examples

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Operator Instructor Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is looking for an operator instructor. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for operator instructor
  • Developing, establishing hands on training, through lab usage for both in-house and field courses
  • Set up training events through a yearly calendar to map out major training events, for both MinePro regions and the end customer
  • Facilitate the training events as they come into our department schedule
  • Participate as needed in personal job training to ensure and deliver relevant course content for the students
  • Establish a coordinated communication network for the purpose of gathering relevant updated course content
  • Developing and administering associated tests and training courses
  • Administering the Training School functions, including record keeping, material requisitions, and purchases with input to the budgets
  • Preparing written technical reports and participating in a team atmosphere and interacting with subordinates, peers, and management as required
  • Support and provide subject matter expertise on special projects for the Grid Operations and Substation, Construction, and Maintenance teams
  • Staying current with relevant technology and innovation
Qualifications for operator instructor
  • 500 hours total flying time of which 100 hours are PAI (not including “other” time)
  • Academic and simulator only instructors do not required to pass AFI 10-220 physical examinations
  • Current Oversight training (VUport classes OVSC1000, 1100 and 1800), Intelligence Oversight Officer training (VUport training TOOL1200 and OVSC 2201), Trusted Agent Training (Receive training and certification from a current Trusted Agent) and Unit Auditor Training (VUport training OVSC3101)
  • Must have minimum of (5) five years total flying experience, with at least two years B707 KE3 Boom Operator instructor
  • Must have recent experience, within the last 18 months, as a B707 KE3 Instructor Boom Operator or Evaluator Boom Operator
  • RC
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Operator Instructor Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of operator instructor. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for operator instructor
  • Conduct training and flight activities in accordance with all governing directives
  • Maintains a high level of subject knowledge, instruction capability, and expertise
  • Develop, prepare and deliver a course of instruction and evaluate training to meet current and evolving needs in a classroom and simulated operational environment
  • Design, develop and deliver cohesive real-world training situational-based scenarios that will be incorporated into C3ISR aircrew training programs
  • Conducts briefings, debriefings and counsels aircrew members for the purpose of developing and maintaining a high level of proficiency
  • Performs administrative duties relative to training such as interfacing with using organization, record keeping, monitoring student progress and counseling
  • Provides inputs for courseware corrections, modifications and updates training policies and procedures
  • Instructs and teaches basic heavy equipment care and maintenance procedures
  • Designs aircrew training scenarios suitable to QAF missions and requirements
  • Instructs aircrew training missions in the QAF LCT
Qualifications for operator instructor
  • Must have logged at least 600 hours as an ASO crewmember on an A-ISR platform
  • Providing additional administrative duties such as publications, safety, quality audits, scheduling, and other duties as maybe assigned
  • Maintaining proficiency in operation of essential B707 K-3 Training Devices
  • Acquiring and maintaining proficiency in emergency procedures, in making contacts with receivers during air refueling operations, air refueling procedures, cargo load training, aircraft servicing, and operation of aircraft systems and equipment
  • Standing up and conduct academic instruction in classrooms and simulator for up to eight hours each day and operate the BOT console as required to conduct training
  • 4B modifications and to guide requirements definition, systems design, modification readiness, test and evaluation (T&E), and training
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Operator Instructor Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of operator instructor. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for operator instructor
  • Provides electronic and voice inputs to simulate operational environments and conditions
  • Assesses student learning and adjusts presentation of instruction to ensure successful understanding
  • Completes grade sheets to document student performance
  • Serves as LCT Operator for QAF and US Army instructor aircrew
  • Manipulates and troubleshoots training device hardware and software to optimize training missions
  • Coordinates training requirements and objectives with QAF unit training supervisors and aircrew, and develops/assigns training device operator roles and responsibilities
  • Develops updates to aircrew training courses and materials to satisfy unit training requirements
  • Provides on-the-job training for QAF and US Army instructor/operators
  • Reports and records LCT technical and operational issues
  • Create, validate and execute ground-based academic training in a classroom mission-oriented, scenario-based flight training
Qualifications for operator instructor
  • 4B modification activities, including planning and executing developmental and operational test and evaluation (DT&E and OT&E), developing and reviewing technical documents, validating and verifying technical orders, reporting and resolving performance deficiencies, and developing instructor and student training materials
  • Aircraft and Part Task Trainer (PTT) training sessions while on the ground and while airborne
  • 4B fleet
  • 4B aircraft
  • BS degree with 5+ years of related professional experience
  • Non-degreed incumbents must meet equivalency guidelines established for designated job family
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Operator Instructor Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is hiring for an operator instructor. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for operator instructor
  • Create, update and modify training items in appropriate Army databases
  • Assist with test and evaluation of Mission Equipment Payload (MEP) systems as part of validation of training
  • Coordinate with product team leads and subcontractors to ensure all training information is complete and accurate
  • Maintain flight instructor and/or standards instructor qualification/currency as outlined by company procedures and service guidance
  • Will work with the Systems Integration team as a Field Service Representative (FSR) between training events
  • Travel to CONUS customer and company locations required, as needed
  • Schedule periodic courses and conduct training
  • Coordinate scheduling of TADSS, and resolve conflicting requests for TADSS, ensuring maximum usage and availability
  • Perform systems calibration, diagnostics, user-level PMCS, and troubleshoot to identify faults
  • Conduct visual inspection, to check for general cleanliness, obvious faults / breaks /scuffs / wear beyond normal usage
Qualifications for operator instructor
  • Must possess a minimum of three (3) years of applicable experience
  • 8 years of experience in the field of Sensor Operations and training
  • Experience as a US Navy Sensor Operator or Air Crewman or similar DoD Aviation work
  • BA or BS degree in Business Management or Technical Management
  • Completion of a US Navy instructor training course
  • Completion of a minimum of 1,000 total flight hours
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Operator Instructor Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is hiring for an operator instructor. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for operator instructor
  • Conduct preventative maintenance, checks and services (PMCS) IAW the appropriate manual and at designated intervals
  • Develop and deliver training aid information and handouts for students / customers
  • Define application requirements in collaboration with Systems Engineers
  • Interface with Program Management during meetings and demonstrations
  • Participate in technical discussions with government representatives
  • Work with product teams, other developers, to ensure that products and services are properly integrated
  • Perform design and code review as required by the project
  • Support Planning & Scheduling efforts and participate in Estimate & Proposal (E&P) process
  • Occasional travel (10% of time) to customer sites may be required
  • Teaching both customer and internal employees in classroom, simulator, hands-on workshop and onboard rigs
Qualifications for operator instructor
  • Experience with training international students
  • Experience with basic office technology, including Microsoft Office products
  • Ability to work with plant personnel to coordinate schedules and give course feedback
  • Master of course content
  • Demonstrated ability and commitment to work collaboratively with students, faculty and administration
  • Knowledge of and ability to utilize effective strategies to engage students in their learning

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