The Target Range Automated Control and Recording (TRACR) Instructor/ Operator will work directly under the supervision of the Range Operations Manager. Principle duties include: instructing URC customer operators on the TRACR system, keeping lesson plans and training aids up to date, ensuring all TRACR-enabled ranges remain fully functional, assist with troubleshooting the TRACR systems on the ranges, and serving as the assisting the Range Safety Technician for all TRACR-enabled ranges.
MAJOR JOB ACTIVITIES:
Plan, prepare and implement TRACR training for unit operators and Range Operations personnel.
Train unit TRACR operators requiring the use of TRACR supported ranges on the URC.
Inspect unit OICs, RSOs and TRACR operators for proper range procedures and safety on the URC TRACR-enabled ranges.
Provide TRACR SME support to training units utilizing TRACR-enabled ranges.
Provide range expertise in the conduct and operation of ranges.
Maintain and record all training classes and participants for certification purposes.
Advise the Range Operations Manager on TRACR-enabled range integration and support.
Maintain currency on all aspects of the TRACR system, AR 385-63, and local URC policies and procedures.
Other duties as assigned in support of the in-country Program Management Office.
Indoor and/or outdoor environment.
Standard work week will be six (6) days per week for up to eight (8) hours per day.
May be required to work an uncommon schedule including nights, weekends and holidays.
Must be able to work in extreme environmental conditions including dust and high temperatures.
Must have professional appearance consistent with US military customs.
Required to observe all safety, security, and health requirements for office, warehouse, and outside environment.
Must be physically capable of lifting 75 pounds a vertical distance of four feet and carrying this weight a horizontal distance of 25 feet.