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    Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) is looking for the best and brightest to join our Team!  MCCS is a comprehensive program that supports and enhances the quality of life for Marines, their families, and others in the Marine Corps Community.    We offer a team oriented environment comprised of military personnel, civilian employees, contractors and volunteers who keep the organization functioning smoothly and effectively.  As a service-oriented organization, we never waver in our commitment to our Corps.  

    This position is located at Henderson Hall in Arlington, VA. Candidates selected for this position will serve as a Marine Corps Family Team Building (MCFTB) Trainer for MCCS.

    Frequent driving to outreach units located in the National Capital Region is required.

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    Responsibilities

    Serves as a trainer for all training curriculum under Marine Corps Family Team Building (MCFTB). Perform duties as directed by the MCFTB Manager.  Establishes and maintains liaison with assigned installation, Family Readiness Officers, unit commanders, and other resources that support Marine & Family Programs and MCCS.  Serves as a training resource to command teams, Marine Corps Marines, Sailors attached to Marine Corps units, families and FROs by maintaining “state-of-the-art” professional knowledge of curriculum development and materials for appropriate audiences. Maintains an effective communications network among MCCS, chaplains, commands, and community support organizations, to facilitate best utilization of education resources.  Facilitates marketing of course offerings to achieve maximum attendance/participation. Provides coordination and integration of existing training initiatives for installation and unit requirements to ensure maximum utilization of training opportunities.

    Coordinates and conducts training on Readiness & Deployment Support, LifeSkills, L.I.N.K.S., and Familiy Readiness Program Training. Coordinate all LifeSkills, Readiness & Deployment Support, L.I.N.K.S., and Family Readiness Program Training as requested by specific units.  Also provides trainings as installation wide opportunities to Marines, Sailors and families.  LifeSkills encompasses the capabilities necessary to successfully meet the challenges of everyday life, the mobile military lifestyle, and heightened operational/deployment tempo using standardized templates provided by DC M&RA (MF).  LifeSkills trainings strategically targets the common protective factors impacting todays Marines, Sailors and families, focusing on increasing awareness and providing skill building tools for individual and family development and readiness. Lifestyle Insights, Knowledge and Skills (L.I.N.K.S) trainings supports families by providing valuable information regarding the Marine Corps.  Information includes, but is not limited to the history of the Marine Corps, community involvement, Marine Corps pay, moving while in the Marine Corps and many other topics that help families prepare for the many experiences and challenges they may face as a Marine Corps family.  Training must be conducted using standardized templates provided by DC M&RA (MF).  Family Readiness Program Training (FRPT) provides standardized training to Family Readiness Command Teams, unit Family Readiness Officers and Unit Family Readiness Program volunteers for units supported by the installation.  Provides functional systems training on all authorized and approved communication tools within Family Readiness. Coordinates and delivers training on Readiness and Deployment Support to include pre-deployment, during-deployment, return and reunion, and post-deployment, as required, using standardized templates provided by HQMC.  Develops and delivers training to supplement the HQMC templates regarding local resource information in support of the Information and Referral service function of the members of the unit Family Readiness Command Team.  Assists with information and referral support for family readiness issues of assigned units.

    Serves as the responsible point of contact for oversight, development and administration of the Volunteer Management Program to include: mission, vision, goals, objectives, marketing, improvement, organizational and development initiatives.  Manages, promotes, monitors and assesses volunteerism and volunteer placement satisfaction. Execute coordination and build partnerships with other Marine and Family Program components, installation volunteer coordinators, volunteer ambassadors, and community agencies.  Conduct briefs, trainings, and presentations to internal and external customers and outlets.  Coordinates, facilitates and executes plans and management initiatives to recruit, screen, track, train, evaluate and refer Marines, Sailors, and family members to volunteer opportunities within the Marine Corps installation and outside community based on assessment of their interests, skills and prior experience.  Coordinates recognition ceremonies and public awareness efforts in conjunction with the Public Affairs Office (PAO) to promote volunteerism for Marine and Family Programs Division.

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