Business Unit: Cubic Global Defense Company Details: The Contract Instructor (CI) reports directly to the Site Manager. Job Details: The F\/A-18C\/D Contract Instructor's Primary Job Responsibilities are as Follows: Conduct scheduled CI led\/supported training for Training Device and Systems Training, including briefs and debriefs, using traditional and modern tools such as interactive white boards, computers, and video projector systems. Evaluate student training\/mission performance as required and record trainer performance IAW established criteria. Review curriculum, assess, and recommend improvements to the training program. Maintain, assess, and recommend improvements to mission scenarios for effectiveness and currency. Provide classroom instruction and recommendations for improvement to include test and test materials, lesson plans and trainee guides under the guidelines of current directives. Academic instruction to include Instructor led lecture. Discussion for Crew Resource Management, Instrument Ground School and self-paced Computer Aided Instruction and Computer Based Training in support of courses required for each platform. Assist with training device inspections and certification programs and other special projects. Other additional CI support and collateral responsibilities\/duties as assigned by the Site Manager Requires mental alertness and acute concentration for long periods of time during training scenarios. Ability to follow written and verbal instructions. Physical ability to walk, stand, and\/or sit for extended periods of time (2 hours ). Must present a professional appearance at all times. NATOPS qualified aircrew member of the F\/A-18 or EA-18G aircraft or have been a simulator instructor for the F\/A-18 or EA-18G within the preceding 5 years. A CI must have a minimum of 1 fleet tour and 800 flying hours in the F\/A-18 or EA-18G aircraft. The applicant must be a US citizen, possess the ability to obtain a US passport and must have and maintain a valid driver's license. Applicant will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements to receive and maintain a minimum of a SECRET clearance for access to classified information. Worker Type: Employee
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Founded by Walter J. Zable, Cubic began life as a small electronics company in a San Diego storefront in 1951. The employees' tireless efforts over the next few years laid the foundation for large-scale product diversification and growth. During the decade of the 1960s, Cubic grew by 588 percent. Among Cubic's early successes were the introduction of products such as precision distance measuring equipment, and aerial photo mapping and survey systems. The company also developed the nation's first electronic stadium scoreboard in 1966 for San Diego's stadium.