General Dynamics Information Technology Trainer-Instructor In-country Taiwan (C2 systems and TDLs) in San Diego, California

Clearance Level Must Currently Possess:

Secret (NACLC)

Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain:



No Suitability Required

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Job Description:

Training Specialists

The fulfillment of Syun An SoS training requirements shall be a collaborative effort between Taiwan MND/ICEF and USG/Contractor team. All tasking under this PWS shall be performed in support of the Syun An mission and objectives and shall be coordinated with the COR, PMW 740 Taiwan CM, and individual USG Technical Point of Contact (TPOC) for training. Training products and courses which will be delivered for Syun An SoS may include, but are not limited to, the following: TATDLS Management and Network Monitoring Tool Operations; TATDLS Shipboard Operations; Link Host Simulator (LHS) simulations, generations, and operations; Command and Control Personal Computer (C2PC)/TLMA software operations; Shipboard Beyond Line of Sight (BLOS) operations; JNDA; Low Volume Terminal (LVT) Acceptance Test Station (LATS); Command and Control Processor (C2P) operations; and Air Defense Coordination Cell (ADCC)/Ground Mobile Relay (GMR) Organizational-Level (O-Level)

and Intermediate-Level (I-Level) maintenance.

Job Functions

Training Planning

  • The trainer -Instructor shall attend and function as training advisor and training SME in Syun An SoS formal and informal in-process reviews, design reviews, meetings, IPTs, conferences, and briefings occurring at Taiwan locations

  • Research, review and analyze program management documentation and coordinate with other USG activities (e.g., Naval Education and Training Security Assistance Field Activity (NETSAFA)) to ensure that Taiwan students meet eligibility requirements to attend training

  • Develop and deliver point papers, findings and recommendations, memoranda, briefs, and summaries of Syun An training matters

  • Schedule and host required training related meetings, provide meeting agendas , provide presentation materials and briefing documents, attend meetings and provide minutes, and provide meeting supplies in support of training activities.

  • There are 120 command and control (C2) sites in the Syun An system; the Training Instructor should understand the C2 systems that exist in Syun An with respect to the communications and installations across 120 sites


  • Former military service Navy preferable, but not required

  • The trainer will work or live in Taiwan for extended periods – up to 1 year under a total 5-year contract

  • Will travel frequently in Taiwan visiting the C2 sites to train on various systems associated with Communication installations and C2 systems in Taiwan. Pay commensurate with US trainers.

  • 4-6 years of experience in training Navy C2 systems and RF systems

  • Knowledge of RF communications installations , trouble shooting, & repair

  • The trainer should also understand the communications associated with Tactical data links, and C2 systems

  • Must have a DOD Secret clearance to work in Taiwan

  • Desired to be a certified Navy instructor with appropriate NECs, or comparable other US service certifications

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T elecommuting Options:

Telecommuting Not Allowed

Work Location:

USA CA San Diego - 4045 Hancock St (CAS011)

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