Position Details: AIT Instructors (VA)

Location: Fort Story, VA

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AIT Instructors

Locations: 1 position at the US Army School of Music, Fort Story, VA

A P Ventures (APV) Background:  Since 2006 APV has pioneered creative learning and marketing solutions for defense, federal, and civil clients.  Our instructional design teams and multimedia production teams have created more than 3,000 hours of instructor-led courses for classroom, online and blended learning environments, online courseware for self-paced training, and marketing/branding products to showcase their client’s principal initiatives and messages.  Our stellar past performance creating and delivering these solutions has established APV as a highly reliable provider of top-quality products.  We are a prime contractor on more than 25 contracts, including multiple indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) umbrella contract instruments that present our company with a steady stream of work opportunities.  The COVID-19 crisis impacting other companies has had no appreciable impact on the work we are doing for our clients, and we do not project that pattern to change.

This is an excellent opportunity for you to join a team of professionals committed to excellence, focused on clients’ missions, and dedicated to achieving the highest possible rate of customer satisfaction.

The Opportunity:  We are in search of five former US Army Adjutant General (AG), Finance and Comptroller (FC), and Army Musicians who were warrant officers or senior non-commissioned officers to support a contract at the U.S. Army Soldiers Support Institute (USASSI).  The contract will provide instructor and training support services to the USASSI.  These are full-time positions with all work performed in government facilities except under emergency conditions such as the COVID-19 pandemic.  The positions do not require a security clearance.  The project duration is three years (a base year, and 2 option years) and projected to start in late September 2020.


  • Teach classes to support Advanced Individual Training and other training at the Army AG School, Army FC School, and Army School of Music (ASOM)
  • Support the analysis, design, development, review, and revision of AG, FC and ASOM training products
  • Apply the Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation process (ADDIE) to develop, revise, and review AG, FC, and ASOM training and education products including Training Support Packages, course administrative data, programs of instruction, lesson plans, student assessment plans, examinations and quizzes, practical exercises, and other related course materials to ensure content relevance and compliance with US Army Training and Doctrine Command policies and regulations
  • Conduct research to remain current on applicable Army doctrine, regulations, and other policy and procedural changes
  • Brief client leaders on progress of all work; prepare briefing materials, information papers and decision papers as necessary
  • Work with training developers and course directors to develop priorities of work and facilitate development
  • Anticipate problems with delivery timelines and/or required staff expertise; discuss solutions with the company Program Manager
  • Travel when necessary to other locations in CONUS to evaluate courses not taught not taught on Fort Jackson (up to 15% travel)

Minimum Requirements for All candidates:

  • Former member of the US Armed Forces, except as indicated in the requirements for specific positions
  • BA/BS degree.  In lieu of a BA/BS degree, an applicant may have six years of relevant experience, or have  an Associate’s degree plus 4 years of relevant experience
  • Working knowledge of US Army Training and Doctrine Command Regulation (TR) 350-70, Army Learning Policy and Systems and its supporting pamphlets
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills (be prepared to provide examples of products you have authored)
  • Strong skills in the use of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)
  • Working knowledge of the analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation (ADDIE) process for the development of instructional materials

Specific Requirements for Individual Instructor Positions by Specialty Area:

  • Instructors for AIT in MOS 36B-Finance and Comptroller:  2 positions
    • Graduate of the Army NCO Advanced Leader Course
    • Former E6 or above from the FC 36B career field
    • Documented experience as an Army instructor or training developer
    • Army Certification as Military Instructor and/or Training Developer is a significant plus
    • Demonstrated knowledge of the following FC core competencies:  Pay Support, Disbursing, Fund the Force, Fiscal Stewardship, Auditability, and Counter-Threat Finance
  • Instructor for Advanced Individual Training (AIT) in Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 42A-Human Resources Instructor:  1 position
    • Graduate of the Army NCO Advanced Leader Course
    • Former E6 or above from the AG 42A career field
    • Documented experience as an Army instructor or training developer
    • Army Certification as Military Instructor and/or Training Developer is a significant plus
    • Demonstrated knowledge of the following HR core competencies:  Man the Force, Provide HR Services, Coordinate Personnel Support, and Conduct HR Planning and Operations
  • Instructor for MOS 42R-Army Musician at the Army School of Music in Ft. Story, VA:  1 position
    • At least five years of military band experience
    • Graduate of the Army or Navy School of Music
    • Professional education and experience as a professional musician
    • College degree in Music Performance or Music Education strongly preferred
    • Former E7 or E8 with experience as a Bandmaster or Enlisted Bandleader preferred
  • Instructor for the Faculty and Staff Branch:  1 position
    • Position is open to former military from any service and government civilians who can demonstrate the relevant experience, Army experience preferred
    • At least 1 year of experience as a certified Military Instructor
    • At least 1 year of experience as a training developer

About A P Ventures

A P Ventures is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants are considered without regard to race, national origin, gender, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, or marital status.  Minorities, females, veterans and disability candidates are encouraged to apply.