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sdees79
12-04-2009, 08:17 AM
Applications are now being solicited from highly motivated individuals
for immediately available, Aerospace Physiologist and Curriculum
Developer at Brooks City Base, San Antonio, Texas.

The available position is Full Time in direct support of United States
Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM) at Brooks City, Base in
San Antonio, Texas in developing curriculum for the AP career field.

The incumbent will serve as a contract employee working for Specpro,
Inc. a highly specialized firm recognized for its excellence in Life
Sciences, Engineering and Applied Science Services. Interested
candidates should apply on line at: www.specpro-inc.com and may send
resumes to: Sharon.dees@specpro-inc.com



The developer will provide support and assistance to the USAFSAM
Department of Education and Training, Aerospace Physiology engaging in
the following tasks:



-Provide USAFSAM AP curriculum development support and assistance
necessary to aid in delivery of AP education and training in such areas
as, aerospace physiology, human performance enhancement, human factors,
AP war skills, and other related subjects.



-Develop curriculum, learning aids, and course documents needed in
support of the AP Apprentice Course.



-Develop curriculum, learning aids, and course documents needed in
support of the USAF and Non-USAF AP Officer's Course.



-Develop curriculum, learning aids, and course documents needed in
support of the AP Officer Human Performance Enhancement Course.



-Develop curriculum, learning aids, and course documents needed in
support of the AP Craftsman Course.



-Develop curriculum, learning aids, and course documents needed in
support of the Enlisted Human Performance Enhancement Course.



-Develop qualification training packages for use by the AF AP career
field to support task training and certification.



-Develop curriculum, learning aids, and course documents needed in
support of the AP Career Development Course.



-Develop curriculum, learning aids and course documents needed in
support of the non-AFSC awarding AP courses (e.g. Original Physiological
Training, Refresher Physiological Training, High Altitude Parachutist
Physiological Training, and Passenger Physiological Training).



-Attend Air Force specific or unique courses to support AP curriculum
development and provide synopsized training feedback sessions to all
available team members.





The qualified Aerospace Physiologist and Curriculum Developer will have
related education and experience and MUST:

-Have U.S. citizenship or the ability to obtain citizenship, and be able
to pass a government background investigation

Prefer candidates with previous related government or military
experience