Overview

As a member of our team, the successful candidate contributes to our key projects as follows:

Work independently within a Department of National Defence (DND) Naval Training Development Center Atlantic, and Naval Fleet School Atlantic by providing operational support for the warfare command roles in training scenarios using the Synthetic Environment Advanced Combat Operator Trainer (SEACOT) and the Synthetic Environment Advanced Warfare Operations and Leadership Facility (SEAWOLF) training simulators.
Support instructors by determining how to incorporate SEACOT/SEAWOLF into lesson plans and how to conduct operational scenarios to support training.

This includes conducting training scenarios in command roles of mission-based scenarios. As a training facilitator, you will liaise between DND and LM Canada staff to report defects and areas for enhancement. The LM Canada staff with which you will liaise consists of Halifax-based software developers and support services.

Add value to the LM Canada new business capture and product improvement by providing CMS 330, trainer and related naval domain subject matter expertise to naval programs and product improvement initiatives.

  • Participate in training serials in the SEACOT/SEAWOLF training simulators;
  • Provide training support in the ASuWC Role to include:
  • Control the flow of game play;
  • Supervise and manage the participation and performance of ASuW Control Room staff (ICW DND supervisor for DND pers);
  • Coordinate training requirements (ICW Game Controller)with RCN instructors before and during scenarios; and
  • Facilitate mentorship and performance feedback to RCN instructors, including feedback on command level/net discussions/communications that instructors may not have access to;
  • Support training in the role of other Warfare Commander positions (primarily AAWC and Tac Air) as required;
  • Support the Navy by providing instructors with lesson plan integration support and scenario development;
  • Support the RCN and LMC teams with the provision of warfare expertise in the development of realistic scenarios to support multi-faceted warfare training;
  • Provide classroom and Trainer mentoring support;
  • Act as LMC lead for Surface Warfare tactics updates and liaison with RCN tactical authorities;
  • Recommend operational insertions that will make the SEACOT/SEAWOLF classrooms more effective for their intended purpose;
  • Liaise with LM Canada’s on-site Configuration Management (CM) and Data Management (DM) as required;
  • Conduct tours and provide demonstrations of the SEACOT/SEAWOLF as tasked by DND;
  • Identify (with the aid of instructors) and report discrepancies between application contents and operational systems functionality; and
  • Work with minimum supervision and following common company processesEqual Opportunity Statement

Lockheed Martin Canada is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity in the workplace. We are committed to excellence in serving all customers, including people with disabilities, and we encourage feedback on the provision of these services.

Required skills, qualifications and experience

  • Degree, or Diploma from a recognized school or military/civilian technical training with 6 years of professional experience;
  • Recent experience or demonstrated capacity to perform in the roles of conducting and coordinating Ops Room ASuW procedures, and performing any of the AWW Warfare Commander roles
  • Recent Experience with Voice Comms and Naval tactics is necessary;
  • Recent experience or demonstrated capacity to lead teams of SMEs in complex problem solving, planning, scenario / training development activities;
  • capable of holding a NATO SECRET security clearance, ITAR and CG certifications;
  • Knowledge of CMS 330 and associated trainers;
  • Solid working knowledge of Microsoft Office;
  • Strong analytical and communication skills.;
  • Recent experience or demonstrated capacity to instruct in a classroom environment is an asset;
  • Training and experience with course scheduling, authoring training materials, and applying these in the trainers is an asset; and
  • Second Language abilities (FR, SP, PO, GK) are an asset.

About Lockheed Martin Canada

Lockheed Martin Canada, headquartered in Ottawa, is the Canadian-based arm of Lockheed Martin Corporation, a global security and aerospace company employing 105,000 people worldwide. For 80 years, we have been Canada’s trusted defence partner specializing in the development, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services. Today, Lockheed Martin Canada has grown into a highly diversified global enterprise that is fully integrated within our parent company’s four core business areas: Rotary & Mission Systems, Aeronautics, Space, and Missiles and Fire Controls.

We are a global leader in systems integration, software development and large scale program management, and we are Canada’s premier supplier of electronic defence and surveillance systems. We serve a diverse customer base ranging from the Department of National Defence, to local and provincial governments, Indigenous and remote communities, as well as Defence and Commercial industries located in Canada and abroad. Lockheed Martin Canada represents 1,000 employees living and working in Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, Calgary and Victoria, as well within customer locations across the country.

Across all programs, we manage approximately 1500 contracts with companies of all sizes and from all regions. Since 2008, Lockheed Martin’s business operations, investments in R&D and contracts in Canada have generated $3.8 million in GDP, led to 36,521 full time jobs in Canada, provided 170 co-op student opportunities, generated $2.5 billion in wages and exported more than $2 billion in products and services.