Team Engility's mission is to provide highly qualified and motivated contract employees who are focused on enhancing the United States Army Cadet Command’s mission of recruiting, training, retaining, and commissioning the Army's future leaders at over 270 colleges and universities across the country.
Engility is the prime contract holder and is supported by the following partner companies:  Able Forces, Communication Technologies, OnPoint Performance Solutions, Prairie Quest Corporation, and The Ventura Group.
Team Engility supports the U.S. Army Cadet Command (USACC) and its subordinate Brigades and Battalions in achieving objectives related to recruitment, administration, training, retention, and commissioning of Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Cadets. Team Engility provides command-wide specialized support in the functional areas of Cadet Recruitment, Military Science Instruction, Retention and Training and Military Science Field Training.
We are placing Army Retired, Reserve, National Guard, IRR Officers and NCOs, and those leaders separated honorably within five years into ROTC units at colleges and universities across the United States. Team Engility offers opportunities with a robust compensation and benefits package. Contracted positions include Senior Military Science Instructor (SMSI) and Military Science Instructor (MSI). We are looking for dedicated experienced professionals that meet these requirements (scroll down below to see requirements for each).

Application/Selection Process
--See below to conduct a self assessment to determine position eligibility:
--Click on the Current Vacancies tab and the state you are interested in. 
--Apply thru the web site (Phase I application)  If there is an Engility slot you are interested in applying for you will need to apply first with thru the Apply Now link thru this website and then you will also need to apply with Engility thru their link www.engilitycorp.com  (see ENGILITY notes below)   
--You will quickly receive an email notifying you of the additional documents required
--Scan and email or mail those documents back to the POC listed on the email you received (Phase II application)
--Upon receipt the completed packet, we will vet packet and request a NACLC check   Approved packet is then posted on manager data base and available for nomination.
--Throughout this process, you can contact the Recruiting Staff Managers or the Brigade Manager to request consideration for a vacant/projected vacant opening but only completed packets can result in selection.
--Brigade Manager interviews applicants/selects nominee.
--The hiring team member (Engility, Communication Technologies, Able Forces, OnPoint Performance Solutions, Prairie Quest Corporation, or The Ventura Group) contacts the nominee for hiring, issues drug screening instructions. Sends hiring letter via email.  Nominee returns hiring letter and reports to agreed upon location. 

To Apply for an Engility Position:
STEP 1:  Complete the goarmyrotc online application by selecting the Apply Now link above
STEP 2:  Go to www.engilitycorp.com and click on the Careers tab across the top of the page:
STEP 3:  Select Job Search and follow the onscreen instructions

***Your application for an Engility position is not complete until you have finished all steps above.

POSITION  REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS

(SMSI) Senior Military Science Instructor Requirements (Battalion Level)
(Formerly APMS)

--Be or have been a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army.
--Bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred).
--Permanent Support minimum six years prior active or reserve military experience
--Temporary Support minimum four years prior active or reserve military experience
--Experience must be current (within the last five years at time of initial assignment as a contractor instructor) and have honorable discharge or be retired
--Meet Army height and weight standards.
--Pass the standard APFT (without alternate events) at time of hire and bi-annually during duration of employment.
--Be able to travel and stay overnight for periods up to 100 days.
--Have and maintain a favorable Personnel Security Investigation (PSI) of a National Agency Check /Local Agency Check (NAC/LC).
--Possess a thorough knowledge of the Army organizational structure, mission objectives, function, procedures, agency regulations, and policy pertaining to the Department of the Army.
--Have knowledge and experience of military training and field training evaluation. Possess tactical and leadership skills gained from successful platoon or company commander or branch equivalent experience (applicants with referred or relief for cause efficiency reports are not acceptable.) Know basic Soldier skills, to include map reading, land navigation, marksmanship, drill and ceremonies, weapons experience with US small arms. Know safety skills in use of small arms, ammunition, and pyrotechnics.
--Possess computer skills with IBM compatible PCs, to include initialization, operation of Microsoft word processing, spreadsheet, and graphics programs, performance of user maintenance, Windows environments, and familiarity with email and internet environment and operations.
--Be able to teach effectively in a classroom setting, presenting both standardized instruction and creative workshops. Have demonstrated instructor ability in military field training exercises and be able to live/instruct in a field environment for extended periods during training exercises.

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(MSI) Military Science Instructor Requirements (Battalion Level)
(Formerly Enlisted Instructor)

--Be or have been an NCO (E-6 or above preferable).
--Minimum educational requirement is a high school diploma (Associate's degree preferred).
--Permanent or Temporary Support Minimum 10 years (12 years preferred) of military experience in the Army.
--Experience must be current (within the last five years at time of initial assignment as a contractor instructor) and have honorable discharge or be retired.  Cannot have been discharged from active duty as the result of a qualitative reduction program.
--Meet Army height and weight standards.
--Pass the standard APFT (without alternate events) at time of hire and bi-annually during duration of employment.
--Be able to travel and stay overnight for periods up to 100 days.
-- Have and maintain a favorable Personnel Security Investigation (PSI) of a National Agency Check /Local Agency Check (NAC/LC).
--Possess a thorough knowledge and experience of the Army organizational structure, mission objectives, function, procedures, agency regulations, and policy pertaining to the Department of the Army.
--Have knowledge and experience of military training and field training evaluation. Possess tactical and leadership skills gained from successful platoon or company level leadership or MOS equivalent experience (applicants with referred or relief for cause efficiency reports are not acceptable).
--Know basic Soldier skills, to include map reading, land navigation, marksmanship, drill and ceremonies, weapons experience with US small arms. Know safety skills in use of small arms, ammunition, and pyrotechnics.
 --Possess computer skills with IBM compatible PCs, to include initialization, operation of Microsoft word processing, spreadsheet, and graphics programs, performance of user maintenance, Windows environments, and familiarity with email and internet environment and operations.
--Be able to teach effectively in a classroom setting, presenting both standardized instruction and creative workshops. Have demonstrated instructor ability in military field training exercises and be able to live/instruct in a field environment for extended periods during training exercises.


Click here for a list of current openings
Click here to apply

 

 

 
   
   

 

 
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