HH-60 Combat Rescue Helicopter (CRH) Black Hawk SME

Job Locations US-OH-Dayton | US-NM-Albuquerque
ID
2021-2433
Business Unit
VTSG
Type
Full-Time
Clearance
Secret Preferred

Overview

i3 is seeking a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the HH-60W Combat Rescue Helicopter (CRH) to advise, design and validate educational software. Candidate must be creative, adaptive, and energetic, and must be able to translate instructional directions from Air Education and Training Command (AETC) Programs of Instruction to design and develop storyboards for software development.

Responsibilities

Candidate should have instructional, operational, maintenance experience in USAF rotary wing aircraft. You should possess excellent communication and analytical skills; knowledge of Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI) a plus. You will work closely with customers, supervisors, instructional systems designers, other SMEs, software designers, software engineers and 3D artists to create interactive mobile, web, augmented reality, virtual reality, desktop training systems, serious games, and distributed learning simulations.

You will provide subject matter expertise through design meetings, storyboard creation and software content validation, quickly adapt to changing workloads, and collaborate with your team and other business units to provide software solutions, following best practices ensuring and a high-quality standard. This is a fast-paced work environment with plenty of room for creativity, expression and growth.

Qualifications

Required Experience:

  • At least 10 years of experience as HH-60 Maintainer
  • SECRET security clearance or ability to obtain
  • Experience using MS Office suite

Preferred Experience:

  • Supervisory experience is highlight preferred
  • Knowledge of the hierarchy and lines of communication within the USAF (AETC, ACC, AFSOC, etc)
  • Experience using Adobe suite
  • Platform instruction experience

Location: Wright-Patterson AFB or Kirtland AFB

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