F/A-18E/F and EA-18G Pilot and WSO/EWO Training Courseware Subject Matter Experts

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In support of a major Aerospace prime contractor, CoAspire, LLC (www.coaspire.com) is seeking both full-time and part-time F/A-18E/F and EA-18G aviators/SMEs with extensive and recent knowledge of Super Hornet and Growler H12, H14 and H16 software and the development of training courseware for the U.S. Navy Fleet Replacement Squadrons and International Partners. CoAspire employees do not need to work in a specific location, so this position is ideal for former or reserve naval aviators or naval flight officers who meet the demanding position responsibilities listed below. There are multiple positions available for former/current reserve pilots, WSOs and EWOs, both part-time and full-time. The requirements for all positions are similar and are blended in this one position description.

CoAspire needs highly experienced former F/A-18 E/F pilots, Weapon System Officers (WSOs), and EA-18G pilots and Electronic Warfare Officers (EWOs) to help create and improve new FRS training courseware, and indirectly support courseware involving the Strike Fighter Advanced Readiness Program (SFARP), Growler Electronic Warfare Advanced Readiness Programs (EWARP) and similar efforts for international partners. The ideal candidates will have completed a fleet operational tour and a tour as a flight instructor, at a minimum.  Recent Super Hornet or Growler flight time and experience is preferred.

The course content will include Interactive Courseware (Self-Paced), Lecture PowerPoint presentations (Instructor Led), and Simulator and Flight Materials (Kneeboard Card, Briefing Guides, Syllabus Guides, etc.). CoAspire’s SMEs shall analyze both the written content (text and discussion points) as well as graphical representations required to support the content and the associated learning objectives. Graphics will include still images, animations and videos within the content packages.

CoAspire’s SMEs will analyze the courseware content for currency, content that needs to be updated to reflect SCS H14 and H16, and areas that will require new content/actions to train and operate in an H14 SCS/OFP and H16 configured aircraft.

Position Responsibilities:

·       Ability to upgrade all the relevant FRS courseware elements from H12 to H14/H16 and ensure they depict pre and post Lot 26 (APG-73 and Block 2 APG-79) aircraft configuration as required to support syllabus events

·       Ability to validate the current course content against Software Configurations H12, H12(K), H14 and H16

·       Determines customer requirements and develops training courses and materials to satisfy requirements

·       Assesses and adjusts presentations to ensure successful understanding by all students

·       Works under minimal direction

 

Basic Qualifications:

·       US Citizen

·       Former (or current Reserves) F/A-18E/F or EA-18G Aircrew

·       Requires the ability to obtain and hold a US SECRET-level Security Clearance

·       Minimum of 5 years of experience with F/A-18E/F and/or EA-18G flight operations

·       Ability to travel to secure facilities for future work

 Preferred Qualifications:

·          Courseware development

·          Instructor Experience

·          Simulator Instructor Experience

 

START DATE: Immediate

 

HOURLY RATE and SALARY: Negotiable. CoAspire can offer both hourly rate work with no benefits (1099 Independent Contractor) or full-time employee positions with a full benefit package.

 

LOCATION: Major naval aviation fleet concentration areas, or Northern Virginia, or St. Louis are preferred but not required.

 

Interested Candidates should apply to CoAspire, LLC by using this link at ZipRecruiter

CoAspire, LLC provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

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CoAspire is hiring a part-time Navy Special Warfare Mission Planning Subject Matter Expert (SME)

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U.S. Navy Photo by Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Jayme Pastoric/Released

U.S. Naval Special Warfare Mission Planning Subject Matter Expert

CoAspire, LLC (www.coaspire.com) is seeking a part-time Mission Planning Subject Matter Expert (SME) with extensive past experience with the U.S. Naval Special Warfare Command’s Mission Planning Processes. The former operator must have a deep understanding of SEAL and SWCC mission flow and mission execution with excellent connections and relationships with personnel in NSWC at the Group, Team, NSW Support Activities and DEVGRU levels.  An impeccable fleet reputation and understanding of mission planning are required. The ideal candidate will be a recently retired or transitioning senior operator with interest in new technologies and an understanding of acquisition processes. The SME will work for CoAspire, LLC a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned small business founded and run by a retired naval officer. The SME will be supporting Progeny Systems Corporation (http://www.progeny.net) who has a funded contract with a Navy customer.

What the Special Warfare SME will be working on and assisting the Navy, Progeny and CoAspire:

Expeditionary Mission Planning (EMP) will be developed for use by Navy Special Warfare (NSW) planners.   This EMP capability will enable users at all command echelons to participate and deliberate as well as execute time-sensitive planning and execution monitoring.  This unique planning service and visualization capability is an extension of the PMA-281 Multi-Asset Mission Planning and Execution Monitoring (MAPEM) system, and will enable NSW planners to conduct mission planning across a distributed architecture including incorporating the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment and Special Operators equipped with Android Tactical Assault Kit (ATAK).  EMP will transcend levels of command from the tactical (users equipped with ATAK/RaptorX) to the operational with planners utilizing the EMP system at the Joint Operations Center (JOC).  EMP will enable mission rehearsal versus a realistic threat and mission environment with an interface to NAVAIR’s Next Generation Threat System (NGTS), a robust mission simulation and rehearsal system.  NGTS will be integrated as a data interface into MAPEM as the basis NSW simulation and rehearsal.  NGTS simulation and rehearsal data includes computer-generated intelligent threats representing blue and red forces, ground and surface platforms as well as their corresponding weapons and subsystems.  This rich set of information, which dynamically updates in real-time as the mission and assets change over time, will provide EMP and its users with unparalleled Situational Awareness (SA) for advanced mission planning and rehearsal efforts.

START DATE: Expected start date is January 1, 2020. This is a funded activity with a funded period of performance of two years.  There may be an opportunity to start earlier than January.

HOURLY RATE: Negotiable.

LOCATION: Proximity to NSWC concentration areas is preferred but not required.

HOURS: The former or current (US Naval Reserve) operator selected for this position will work for CoAspire, LLC on a part-time basis. The position may grow in scope and responsibility.

The independent contractor will be reimbursed for expected travel expenses to meet with NSWC mission planning customers and to meet with business development and engineering personnel from Progeny.  Progeny is developing a new mission planning system for the U.S. Navy called the Multi-asset Planning and Execution Monitoring (MAPEM). CoAspire and Progeny need the support of the SME and the completion of these and other tasks.

TASKS Include:

  • CONOPS/CONEMP Development and Socialization with the NSWC Community

  • Briefing Material Development

  • Subject Matter Expert advice of capabilities and functions of the Expeditionary Mission Planning System (EMP)

  • Subject Matter Expert input to the EMP Joint Operations Center level Graphical User Interface (GUI)

  • SEAL and SWCC training on new capabilities

EMP Program Tasks Include:

  • Assist Prime (Progeny) in developing the Data Environment to Support NGTS Mission and Threat Data Transfer

  • Assist Prime in developing the Data Environment to Support RaptorX/ATAK Mission and Data Transfer

  • Advise prime in integrating directed SPECWAR Data Feeds

  • Advise prime in developing a Cross Domain Solution

  • Advise prime in integrating live feed hooks (i.e SPECWAR Blue Force Tracker)

  • Advise prime in integrating Environmental Overlays

  • Advise prime in spiraling development

  • Advise prime in coordinating experiments/demos

  • Advise prime in coordinating user sprints

  • PM/Technical Management/Administration/Travel

Interested Candidates should contact CoAspire, LLC by email at info@coaspire.com and provide an intro email and resume with references.

CoAspire, LLC provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

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