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Military SME (US Army) Technical Writer/
Job Description 

Mission Statement: Innovating e-learning through interactive storytelling. Our Design and Development Team values creativity, collaboration, and drive. We foster a community of learning, ideas, and narratives to bring our clients’ visions to life. What it’s like to work here: We are a dynamic team of creative writers, instructional systems developers, interactive multimedia designers, and software engineers who have dedicated themselves to creating new and innovative training and educational materials. Daily opportunities exist to hone writing skills as well as training and curriculum development abilities. Our approach to creating learning materials uses interactive multimedia instructional technologies to improve the quality and interactivity of existing materials that are outdated, passive, or dull, and ensures the development of challenging, engaging, and technically accurate educational and training products for current and future Warfighters, students, and trainees. Our team is looking for reliable, self-motivated individuals with military backgrounds who have an adept knowledge of doctrine, can voice their ideas, and work well with others. We take pride in molding unrefined, dense, or highly technical information into dynamic learning experiences for learners of all educational and cultural backgrounds. We need invested leaders who want to make a difference across the DoD by making evolutionary and revolutionary change in the training and education arena. Your knowledge, experience, and abilities will be the difference in the quality of training provided to millions of service members, DoD Civilians, and contractors for years to come. Education Requirement: A minimum of a bachelor’s degree from a nationally or regionally accredited college or university. Experience: 2-5 years of experience in doctrine development, curriculum development, instructing, or as a Unit Public Affairs Representative or equivalent. Experience with writing under strict deadlines is preferred. Position Overview: You will continue to make a difference in the military community by leveraging your experience as well as your writing skill to make rigorous and engaging learning content. By synthesizing existing technical documents into easily interpreted training and educational materials, your knowledge and experience will benefit current and future Warfighters, students, and trainees. You will research and develop instructional content by collaborating with colleagues and clients. Job-specific requirements include: Research using technical documents (such as TMs and FMs) Ability to write both technically and creatively Ability to manage and organize individual tasks to meet deadlines Ability to recreate enjoyable lesson content from dense, dry information Ability to craft creative narratives from educational content to both engage and teach Ability to synthesize doctrinal materials into more easily published and processed content Flexibility, especially when collaborating with other departments Ability to give and receive constructive feedback Willingness to learn Ability to create content utilizing 3D and game development mechanics (to create narratives, lesson content, and scenarios for interactive content) Visualize and communicate your writing to artists, programmers, and voice-over teams Perks & Benefits - If Fulltime Position Health, dental, vision, life, and 401(k) with company matching Accrued leave in addition to paid Federal holidays Work from home Flexible hours Opportunities for growth Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract

Computer Operator II / Data Collector/
Ft. Bliss, TX /White Sands Missile Range (WSMR)
Job Description 

KeyBridge Technologies, Inc., is an EEO company in need of Computer Operators II/Data Collectors for an upcoming test at Fort Bliss, TX. Perks-OVERTIME, Short-term, Great Benefits, No Military Experience needed. Also, the start date is August, 15, 2021 (could be adjusted) for approximately 6-7 months. Job Details/Description · You do not necessarily need to have Data Collection Experience although that will make your training/job easier. · You have to be RELIABLE, able to pay attention, have good basic computer skills to enter your data. The rest will be included in your training. · You will be outside quite a bit but will be in vehicles to shield yourself from the weather as much as possible. You will have to be prepared to walk from the vehicles to the systems, take your readings as long as that takes, and return to the vehicle until the next cycle. You will work in inclement weather. Dress appropriately. · You must have a SECRET Clearance. · OVERTIME-Your work hours per day will be 8 to 12. It will all depend on the test and test schedule. You will be working some weekends to support the test. You will be paid OVERTIME.

Role Player/
Ft. Benning, GA
Job Description 

KeyBridge Technologies, Inc., an EEO/AA employer, is seeking Role Players to participate in military training exercises at Ft. Benning, GA. Job Description: General Skilled Role Player participates in military training exercises that simulate real world situations and “patterns of life” in an Operational Environment (OE). Role playing requirements include various scripted and unscripted roles of civilians on the battlefield known as non-combatants (NC). NC’s perform roles including, but not limited to, bystanders, casualties, shopkeepers, family members, villagers, etc. Role players shall have the ability to replicate insurgents and generally plays one of several roles of indigenous people with-in a foreign culture. This position supports Security Force Assistance Course, Army Reconnaissance Course, Advanced Situational Awareness Course-Basic and Advanced, and other training events as directed. Physical Demands: Applicants should be capable of: - Moving distances up to 3 kilometers (KM) over uneven terrain - Remain standing for extended periods of time - Must be able to lift and carry up to 25 pounds - Assist in the set and tear down of training site - Work in various weather elements Work Environment: This job operates in an outdoor field environment. Climatic conditions can include: heat, cold, humidity, sleet, and rain. Weather conditions generally will not stop the training event. Essential Functions: -Ability to learn and become relevant in foreign nation customs in order to allow the role player to present a professional experience in portraying their assigned role in a factually correct and believable manner consistent with rotational training exercise scenario requirements. -Provide high-fidelity, Operational Environment (OE) emulation/character representation that delivers accurate replication of activities and established scenarios. -Follow established guidelines/procedures of approved OE scenario, role, and human behavior patterns so the behavior may be appropriately portrayed for students to recognize and analyze under the desired Army training methodologies. -Ability to execute threat force tactics as directed by on-site supervisors. -Ability execute instructions and execute scenarios as directed by on-site supervisors. Competencies: -Demonstrate the ability to act out nonverbal cues with a high level of realism. -Communicate accurate information in a clear and concise manner -Display exceptional verbal communication skills and possess strong listening skills -Able to learn and implement new ideas and concepts -Able to work within a multi-cultural team -Display a high level of commitment at all times -Able to follow direction and abide by all work procedures and policies Work Authorization/Security Clearance: -No Security Clearance is required. -Must be able to gain access on Fort Benning Military Reservation. -In compliance with federal law, will be required to verify identity and their eligibility to work in the United States. -Background checks will be conducted. Education Required: High School Diploma or Equivalent. Years of experience required: -Previous experience as a role player. -Tier 1 Step 1 Role Players have supported at least one CATC course. -Knowledge of handling various weapon systems of have the ability to be trained on assigned weapon systems and retain the knowledge to assemble and dissemble weapon systems. -Able to learn, retain and use short phrases in a foreign language. -Useful – previous U.S. military experience, but not required. -Must have excellent speaking and listening skills. -Must have the ability to listen and interpret instructions correctly. -Must be able to follow instructions from immediate supervisor. -Ability to navigate web-based timecard system.

Dispatch Operations Specialist/
Warrenton, VA
Job Description 

Duties • Full-time position • Monitor flights in progress and verify departures, En Route, destination and alternate weather/Notice to Airmen (NOTAMs) to crewmembers of situations that arise • Provide customer support, flight program data analysis, technical writing, manage receipt of aircraft arrival messages, execute flight planning weight and balance calculations, and provide other flight operational considerations • Provide support for pre-and post-flight Flight Operations Management System (FOMS) Daily Flight Log updates, • Maintain FAA Form 4040-6, Aircraft Request and Use Record, or equivalent • Provide operational support for Remote Continuity of Operations (COOP) for Flight Program Operations in support of the AFS Program Division. • Assist the FAA Senior Dispatcher with the flight crew and aircraft schedule in accordance with current FAA directive and in coordination with Flight Inspection Operations management. • Assist in the updating of the long-term crew and aircraft schedule/data as changes are made by management. Respond to change requests and information requests relating to the crew and aircraft schedule. • Analyze flight program data using in part, the FOMS DFL Duty Report, regarding crew duty day, flight time, turn time, time on station, etc., and provide updates as requested by management. • Coordinate recommendations to technical and operational process documentation. This may include, as an example, documentation to the manager of Standards regarding the wording of current minimum equipment lists (MELs) in need of change. • Monitor mission schedule changes as the mission is executed, continuously update the operational summary report to ensure that management has current information relating to aircraft, crew, and mission information is available. Develop monthly operational summary report and submit to COR. • Provide operational information to flight inspection customers including arrival estimates, flight inspection results, and NOTAM information. • Assist the FAA Senior Dispatcher in monitoring weather patterns to provide recommendations to schedulers for planned itineraries and monitoring regional and local airport conditions that may affect a planned mission. • Maintain and file spreadsheets to manage the workload as it relates to Flight Program operations, special, procedural, and periodic workload. • Provide 14 CFR Part 135 and FAA Order 4040.9 crew currency information and reporting.