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Wright Patterson AFB, OH...


The OED Curriculum Developer shall provide technical support services for the United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, Department of Occupational and Environmental Health, Force Development Division (USAFSAM/OED). Technical support involves designing, drafting, and validating distance learning and in-residence courses, and supporting Utilization and Training Workshop activities and associated Career Field Education and Training Plan development and validation.
• Create and update Career Development Courses (CDCs) and Qualification Training Packages (QTPs) or equivalent.
• Accurately identify the objective and knowledge levels in the Career Field Education and Training Plan/Specialty Training Standard (CFETP/STS).
• Analyze and validate course content and curriculum for assigned courses and recommend effective formal training strategies for the CDCs.
• Design, review, and revise test items as necessary to meet instructional objectives regarding the CDCs.
• Ensure CDCs are consistent with USAF instructional philosophy, policy, operational need, and mission strategic goals outlined in DAFH 36-2675, Information for Designers of Instructional Systems, DAFI 36-2670 Total Force Development; Guide for Authors: Standards for Course Development.
• Respond to external and internal customer needs/requests as applicable. These efforts may require researching instructional materials and regulations or contacting other subject matter experts (SMEs) to obtain and disseminate proper and accurate information in regard to the CDCs/QTPs.
• Provide initial update to requests within three (3) duty days.
• Review and edit course content to include style, format, and emphasis of CDC and QTP instructional materials to meet educational standards.
• Analyze the learning objectives and corresponding measurement instruments to ensure currency and effective measurement of the objectives that are also supported by the CDC material content.
• Verify reliability, validity, and cut-off scores through complete and comprehensive analysis of the test.
• Provide training product development in support of additional courses to include coordinating and/or reviewing instructional material with Instructional Systems Specialists (ISS), drafting or co-drafting materials for inclusion in Specialty/Course Training Standards, Study Guide/Workbooks, Plans of Instruction, presentation materials or other learning aids, and measurement devices (written tests, progress checks, etc.) for Bioenvironmental Engineer courses.
• Work closely with assigned SMEs, Division-level leadership, and ISS personnel to ensure training curriculum aligns with stipulated USAF requirements and career field needs.
• Perform required administrative activities including, but not limited to, correcting grammar, spelling, syntax, and formatting to accurately prepare, review, and edit written curriculum.
• Assist with additional division projects to include development of office continuity documents, supporting Utilization and Training Workshops by recording/validating discussions and collating final minutes, and processing Career Field Education and Training documents.
• Create training plans and conduct or provide guidance in conducting the validation phase of the ISD process to ensure effectiveness in meeting course objectives and required proficiency levels for newly implemented courses.
• Utilize modeling software tools provided by the government as necessary.
• Attend all meetings as requested.
• Analyze student feedback from end-of-course evaluations and field surveys to assess the effectiveness of training materials. Provide written recommendations to the applicable USAFSAM/OED for improving the courseware using ISD principles.
• May be required to travel.
• Other duties as assigned.
• Bachelor’s degree in industrial Hygiene, Environmental Science, Occupational Health, or a related field.
• Minimum 5 (five) years of equivalent work experience in the Bioenvironmental Engineering career field.
• Minimum 5 (five) years of experience conducting Health Risk Assessments and managing/implementing Occupational and Environmental Health Programs in the Department of Defense.
• Minimum 5 (five) years in-depth knowledge of industry-wide best practices in industrial hygiene.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Experience developing Career Development Course (CDC) and Qualification Training Packages (QTPs.) Preferred
• Experience designing online training materials using software such as Tableau, Python, Power BI, or other similar tools. Preffered
• Use an instructional systems development approach in the planning, application, design, and maintenance of formal training material.
• Experience developing training materials using a formal Instructional System Design model, such as ADDIE (Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate).
• Proficient in all applications of Microsoft Office including Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel.
• Demonstrate strong data analytical skills and experience using related software such as Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Blackboard, or other similar tools to identify and assess OEH data and must possess typing skills.
• Ability to work/perform independently.
• Possess strong filing and organizational skills to maintain and update files and records.
• Demonstrate strong written and verbal communication skills and demonstrate experience communicating with senior Air Force or DoD leaders to advocate courses of action to improve program performance and/or data quality.
• Detail-oriented with a commitment to maintaining high standards of ethics and research quality.

Physical Demands (The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)
• While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee may use repeated motions that include the arms, wrists, hands and/or fingers. The employee is occasionally required to walk, stand, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision.

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Dayton OH United States


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