ATGPAC Training Requirements and Policy Consultant
San Diego, CA Position Upon Contract Award
Description

  

Commander, Naval Surface Forces Pacific N7 Department and Afloat Training Group Pacific are responsible for the training and certification of all ships in the Pacific Fleet. ATGPAC is the Immediate Superior In Command (ISIC) for the following commands: Afloat Training Group San Diego (ATG SD) and Engineering Assessments Pacific (EAP) (located in San Diego, CA); Afloat Training Group Middle Pacific (ATG MIDPAC)(located in Pearl Harbor, HI); Afloat Training Group Western Pacific (ATG WESTPAC)(located in Yokosuka, Japan); Afloat Training Group Western Pacific Detachment Sasebo (ATG WESTPAC DET SASEBO)(located in Sasebo, Japan); and Afloat Training Group Pacific Northwest (ATG PACNW)(located in Everett, WA). Training standards and requirements are continually evolving and expanding, requiring increased manpower and flexibility. There is a substantial requirement Prevailance support to improve reliability and productivity of Commander, Naval Surface Force Pacific and Afloat Training Group Pacific in San Diego to include training standards development and analysis, monitoring, analyzing and tracking ships in training, departmental executive support, scheduling and conflict management, quality assurance, data analysis, Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) training requirements generation and certification, program management, mission area certification and information technology.  Our team will provide draft/recommendations for improving CNSP/ATGPAC training standards. We will also provide program quality control, data analysis, systems administration, and perform actual training. Contractor will identify goals and objectives focusing on best business practices and technical expertise necessary to have a trained, ready fleet for immediate deployment.

Requirements

Knowledge/Experience: 

  • Must have 20 years surface navy experience and have had both a Commander Command and Major Command position. Must have shipboard operational experience managing ships routine at a senior level. For example: Commanding Officer, Task Group/Squadron Commander, Deputy Warfare Commander, CSG/ESG Warfare Commander Senior Staff.
  • Experience in the following:
  • Member of a Navy major staff at the senior officer level
  • 5 years monitoring Navy Surface Ship training processes
  • Navy information systems and programs and processes
  • Producing operational efficiencies and or process improvements
  • Surface Warfare operations managing multiple ships or a single ship
  • Managing all Shipboard Warfare systems operations and tactics
  • Tracking and monitoring metrics for ships in training
  • Department of Defense Training programs
  • Operation and conduct of Afloat Training
  • Resources required to train and certify ships
  • Department of Defense Training and Warfare Area certification processes
  • The use Microsoft Office Suite


Knowledge of:

  • The Surface Force Training and Readiness Manual (SFTRM)

Education

  • Bachelor’s Degree

Security Clearance

  • Secret