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Crew Training International

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Posted on
January 30, 2017
Crew Training International
Cherry Point MCAS, North Carolina
Years of Experiences
3 - 5
Career Level
Education Level
Associate Degree, Bachelor's Degree

About Crew Training International

For over 20 years, CTI has developed advanced training solutions for the DoD, government, and corporate training programs. Using our expertise in identifying needs in high-stress, time critical environments, we develop custom training solutions using cutting-edge learning to help your teams accelerate their performance. CTI’s Quality Management System is ISO 9001:2008 certified. CTI also operates flight training academies with bases in Millington, Tennessee and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. CTI Professional Flight Training (CTI-PFT), a FAA Part 141-approved training center, is a wholly owned subsidiary of CTI. CTI-PFT’s approach to training is unique—we train to the highest level of professional standards, while providing students with the care and individual attention necessary to create competent, confident, safe, and disciplined pilots.

Contact name
Julie Reyna

Job description



Education:   Associates Degree. Bachelor’s degree preferred.


Training and Experience:   Minimum 2 years experience as a KC-130 Pilot  within the last 7 years.  Or a minimum of 2 years experience working on revision and  maintenance of  KC-130 Pilot courseware within the last 5 years.      Extensive knowledge of KC-130 operational performance capabilities.


General Skills:    Must possess highly developed organizational, planning and management writing skills, oral communication skills, project management skills, ability to schedule work flow, prioritize, delegate, meet deadlines, and be multi task oriented.   Ability to work with little to no supervision.


Computer Skills:   Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.


Security Clearance:    Must obtain/maintain a “Secret” level security clearance.




  • Review curriculum, assess and recommend improvements to the training program.

  • Attend required meetings/training.

  • Update, modify and maintain currency of curriculum to support platform specific training.

  • Assess training, syllabus and mission scenarios to ensure courseware and training documents reflect current tactics, techniques and procedures as defined in the NTTP, Joint Doctrine and Marine Corps War-Fighting Publications and are the most effective means of execution.

  • Provide analysis of existing testing instruments and recommend changes to improve training baseline and measure proficiency of training objectives

  • Review syllabi and recommend changes to the lessons based on NATOPS changes, engineering changes, tactics and evolving mission area changes.

  • Revise and maintain console instructor guides in support of the EA-6 training.

  • Revise and maintain simulator scenarios. This includes updating the orders of battle, flight paths, enemy and friendly reactions, threat platforms, time lines, and Integrated Air Defense Systems.

  • Perform other incidental and related duties as required and assigned.