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Old 9 September 2016, 12:57
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Mortar Trainers, Saudi Arabia

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Cochise MTS has recently been awarded contracts in support Royal Saudi Land Forces, Special Forces in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and would like to invite contractors to apply for the positions listed below. If you meet the requirements for a specific position please email your full resume/CV, including your DD214 and or law enforcement service record, to; hr@cochisemts.com.

Please only submit your CV should you meet the requirements of the specified position. Please note that we will only be contacting shortlisted candidates who meet contract criteria.

NEW CONTRACT AWARDS

The primary goal of this program is to provide subject matter expertise and training support to assist Royal Saudi Land Forces, Special Forces in the execution of their mission. The mission is to train selected Royal Saudi Land forces students in all aspects of the Mortar systems (60mm/81mm/120mm) Forward Observer training and Fire Direction Control

The SME/11C/SFQC Mortars, FO and FDC Trainer shall train their counterpart on the following tasks:
-Maintains mortars and fire control equipment
-Performs safety checks on mortars
-Performs as a member of a mortar squad providing indirect fire support
-Leads and controls mortar squads
-Provides tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and professional support to subordinates and superiors in the accomplishment of their duties
-Records operational information on maps
-Receives and implements combat orders; directs deployment of personnel in offensive, defensive, and retrograde operations
-Requests, observes, and adjusts indirect supporting fire
-Supervises subordinate personnel in all phases of individual and mortar equipment maintenance
-Uses map and map overlays, performs intersection and resection, and determines elevations and grid azimuth
-Prepares fire plans, target lists and overlays
-Prepares and computes firing data using below pivot point and grid method

MINIMUM TANGIBLE QUALIFICATIONS:
-Be an Army Senior NCO or above, ITC graduate
-Current passport with minimum 1 year validity
-Military occupational specialty 11 C/A or service equivalent
-Possesses strong interpersonal communication skills and the ability to interact professionally with peers, direct reports, and supervisors at all times
-Proficient with MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point)
-Willing to work and live in Saudi Arabia
-Previous experience training foreign military soldiers with interpreter support
-MS Office Skills, Personal Computer (PC) Skills, Interpersonal and People Skills, Oral and Written Communication Skills, Organizational Skills
-60/81/120 mm mortar background
-Must have 5 years military background in US Military Mortar operations or FO Operations
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Old 9 September 2016, 14:08
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Congrats on getting back in the game. It's been a while since K2/Summerall.
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Old 9 September 2016, 15:34
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Congrats on getting back in the game. It's been a while since K2/Summerall.
Oh it hasn't been that long. Wait, yes it has.
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Old 9 September 2016, 17:04
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Awesome to see a Tube Stroker position for advertisement. Got to love being an 0341. We weren't using the 120mm in the Corps while I was in. Not sure if they have it yet. I know when I got out the second time, they were talking about utilizing the 120mm remote system. Would not having experience with 120s preclude someone from being considered?
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Old 9 September 2016, 17:06
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Nevermind. In my zealousness I didn't see the comment about the shortlist, considering I'm just trying to start out. Good luck anyone else.
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