Quality Inspector

The MCTSP Quality Inspector will be independent of the program organization to ensure integrity of training support performance monitoring, assessment and reporting. They will have the freedom to travel and observe/inspect contractor training support at any location. Their focus will be on the contractor staff only and not ARNG supported units. Their primary objectives are to assess and determine if; Parsons contractor staff; Are focused on supporting ARNG unit commanders requested training support. Are properly prepared to deliver the requested support. Know their subjects. Are employing and complying with ARNG and Army training standards. They will provide their findings via reports to the MCTSP-PM with courtesy copies to any other key stakeholders as desired by the Government.
Qualifications4 year degree- Military Education Level - SSC or SGM academy graduate desired. At least 20 years Army/ARNG experience.
Retired senior Officer or non-commissioned officer ( COL or SGM retired required desired retired Former BDE CDR or CSM). Previous Army/ARNG senior non-commissioned officer leadership position with training management background and Combat Training Center (CTC) experience or similar. A Combat Arms, Combat Support, or Combat Service Support non-commissioned officer with primary staff experience at Battalion, Brigade, and Division level. Previous Battalion or Brigade CSM or SGM or higher. A recent and relevant OCONUS operational deployment as a Battalion, Brigade or higher CSM or SGM in a combat operational role desired. Combat veteran desired. At least six years of combined staff experience Or eight years of specialized experience in this type of MCTSP duty position (or a similar position)Army Information System qualification(s). Recent experience working within the National Guard Mission Command Training Support Program (or a similar Program). Two or more years working with and using C
Must have & maintain secret clearance. Must remain in good standing with installation authorities and maintain installation access. omputer Assisted Training exercises.

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