Pineland Area of Operation Manager "Field Team"

Location US-NC-Camp Mackall
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(3/8/2018 2:05 PM)
Job ID
# Positions
Training Support - All Openings


Pineland Area of Operations Manager(s) (North and South) is responsible for coordinating the role players for the North and South Robin Sage training areas with the cadre and the Oak Grove Robin Sage Site Lead.  This position reports to the Field Team Supervisor under the TMO. As required the North and South Area Managers will synchronize role player use, and train cadre and subcontractors (Site Managers, Cultural Enhancement Coaches, and role players) on culture and ALM. He will also assist in the establishment of additional infrastructure for special projects and classified training courses and exercises. Area Managers will liaison with land owners participating in the Robin Sage scenario. The location of work is Camp Mackall, NC.  Duty will be performed primarily at Camp Mackall with additional travel and duties at Fort Bragg and central North Carolina as required by training.


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  • Perform in an austere field environment during all weather conditions, day and night, during field duties.
  • Communicate by FM, HF, and/or Motorola type radio IAW Army communications procedures and MEDEVAC procedures. Send, receive, and record FM and HF communications traffic.
  • While assigned transportation tasks and responsibilities, shallpossess a valid driver’s license, personal automobile insurance as required under North Carolina law, and sufficient business insurance to cover the subcontractor for duties under this subcontract, to include occupying or driving Army Motor Vehicles such as a GSA 15-passenger van, 1/2 and 3/4 ton two-wheel and four-wheel drive trucks, as well as cargo vans and their civilian equivalents on and off-road under all weather conditions. Any and all necessary licenses must be obtained in order to drive above-said vehicles prior to the execution of transportation duties under the subcontract.
  • Be able to navigate on roads and cross-country using military or civilian maps, road signs, landmarks and/or directions provided by the Cadre or members of the Chain of Command.
  • Shall be able to speak, read, and write English fluently.
  • Must be of general good health and must be cleared by a medical physician (physical examination) to participate in this exercise.
  • Conduct training in a field environment both day and night and throughout the year during all seasons despite inclement weather.
  • Conduct training in a field environment for periods varying from a few hours to several days (up to 14) without access to dining, shower, bathing, laundry or sleeping facilities. The subcontractor shall conduct training using continuous support. The support shall not be interrupted by shift changes except where specifically authorized in the task order.
  • May be required to fly in Government owned or subcontracted aircraft in support of exercise activities.
  • Employees shall sign a non-disclosure statement for all training and tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) that they are exposed to.
  • Must be familiar with the exercise scenario and be responsible for learning and applying specific scenario information that will be provided by the Government. Back-brief the Cadre on proposed role-playing details, and shall adjust role-playing details in accordance with Cadre decisions.
  • Key personnelshall attend a briefing prior to the execution of training, and an AAR at the conclusion of training during each class cycle; daily in/out briefings may be required by cadre to facilitate training. Key contracted personnel are:  Management, Supervisors, and/or team/shift leaders that are involved in each exercise or as designated by the contractor to ensure quality support.
  • Must perform their duties in accordance with the 1st SWTG(A) Student Treatment SOP (which prohibits hazing and harassment) and the Student Grading and Evaluation Criteria.


  • Must have a Secret Security Clearance
  • Must be a 18 series MSO qualified veteran with relevant experience.
  • Must be citizens of the United States of America or legally documented aliens without adverse background information
  • Must comply with all Federal, State, Local, and safety regulations.
  • Must wear clothing suitable to the role and environment in which they are required to operate.
  • Must possess a day pack, assault pack or rucksack and containers to store water for self-sustainment while conducting operations.
  • A favorable background (NACLAC) check is required for all personnel performing under this subcontract. It is the subcontractor’s responsibility to perform background checks prior to performance.



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