P-8A Engineering Course DesignerLossiemouth, Scotland
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Boeing Defence UK (BDUK) is a subsidiary of the Boeing Company and currently employs over 1,500 people in the UK. BDUK is responsible for delivering several exciting contracts to our UK defence customers including many training services. As the company grows we have a need to expand our current Training Capability in the Fixed Wing domain. This is an exciting time to join a growing team of training experts
Reporting to the P-8A Training Delivery Manager, the P-8A Engineering Course Designer is responsible for the analysis, design, delivery and assurance of course material, specifically:
The design and maintenance of Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT) compliant engineering training courseware and training material for the UK P-8A fleet as directed by the Authority including:
Engineering training (including theory and practical elements of the P-8A Q-Course, Workplace Training, Managers' Course)
4th target audience training including familiarisation training
Other training, as directed by the Authority.
Analysing the design, development, implementation and evaluation of training projects and curricula and assisting in the evaluation of new strategies, methods, technologies and tools related to course design, development and delivery.
Providing complete training instruction and guidance in the performance of course design tasks.
Course designers within Boeing provide an extremely important service in our drive and determination to provide mission critical solutions to the Defence and Security sector. As a member of the P-8A Training Team you will perform a key role in the successful implementation of a significant project that is of vital importance to our Company and to the Defence and Security of our customers.
We know that in this challenging role time never stands still, so we are dedicated to continuously improving not just our products and services but our most valuable asset, our people. We’ll provide world class personal and professional development opportunities that you would expect from a company like Boeing all so that you can help us to continue to provide an outstanding service to all our customers.
What we're looking for:
UK military training needs analysis experience
A background in aircraft engineering training course design preferably with military instructional experience
Sound knowledge of course design methods and techniques
Experience in the design and development of instructor-led and distance learning courseware outputs
Be fully conversant with the direction and guidance set out in the Ministry of Defence (MOD) Joint Service Publication (JSP) 822, Defence Direction and Guidance for Training and Education and DSAT.
This role is permanently based at our facility at RAF Lossiemouth. Remote/virtual working is not available for this position.
This role is subject to contract award.
All information provided will be checked and may be verified.
Please apply ASAP for this role as recruitment may commence before the end date.
Important information regarding this requisition: This position does not have sponsorship approval. This requisition is for a locally hired position in the UK. Candidates must have current legal authorisation to work immediately in the United Kingdom. Boeing will not attempt to obtain Immigration and labour sponsorship for any applicants. Benefits and pay are determined at the local level and are not part of Boeing U.S. based payroll.
PLEASE NOTE: The successful candidate will be expected to undergo a SECURITY CHECK.
Contingent Upon Program Award
Yes, this position is contingent upon program award
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