All ROTC positions are POSTA positions - Please see bottom of this page, below the requirements, for a list of POSTA Requirements

Team ROTC'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 assistance, training, retaining, and commissioning the Army's future leaders at over 270 colleges and universities across the country. Golden Key Group is the prime contract holder and is supported by the partner companies: Communication Technologies and Goldbelt Glacier Health Services. Team ROTC 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 ROTC 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. 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). (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)
--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 or the Region Managers to request consideration for a vacant/projected vacant opening but only completed packets can result in selection.
--Region Manager interviews applicants/selects nominee.
--The hiring team member (GKG or Communication Technologies) contacts the nominee for hiring, issues drug screening instructions. Sends hiring letter via email. Nominee returns hiring letter and reports to agreed upon location.  

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
--Participate in the ROTC Department's PT program and take the Army's APFT once a year for record. Taking alternate events is authorized if required.
--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.
--Can't have ever received a Referred Report

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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 Support Minimum of 6 years military experience or Temporary Support Minimum 4 years 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.
--Participate in and pass the APFT IAW your cadre's schedule; the taking of alternate events is authorized, although without alternate events is preferred..
--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.
--Can't have ever received a Relief For Cause Evaluation



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Contractor personnel performing as ROTC instructors are considered to be in positions of significant trust and authority (POSTA) and therefore subject to broadened background screening.
Background checks for POSTA positions include local law enforcement checks, FBI fingerprint checks as well as a favorable PSI for the offenses listed below. The contractor shall coordinate the completion and submission of all required forms, fingerprints, and any other details necessary for the government to perform the background screening.
Contractor personnel who have known disqualifying offenses shall not be permitted to work in a POSTA position. Due to the length of time it may take to complete the background checks, contractor personnel with no known disqualifying offenses are eligible to perform under this contract while the POSTA background checks are being processed.
The following types of offenses shall be considered as disqualifying:

Type I Offenses, Activities, or Situations:

a. Sexual harassment
b. Sexual assault
c. Domestic violence (as defined in AR 608-18, or Ref K) or a criminal offense involving a child or children
d. Pandering
e. Possession, distribution, receiving or viewing child pornography
f. Adultery
g. Incest
h. Prostitution
i. Bestiality
j. Stalking
k. Sexual activity with a subordinate or fraternization of a sexual nature
l. Illegal drug abuse, to include abuse of prescription medication and synthetic drugs
m. Any special or general court-martial conviction or any civilian criminal felony conviction in a Soldier's career (including sister services court-martial convictions)
n. Previous separation from any service for any Type I offense
o. Conduct in violation of Army's policy regarding participation in extremist organizations or activities
p. Any repeat offenders (or combination) of Type II offenses anytime during a Soldier's career

Type II Offenses, Activities, or Situations occurring within the past five years:

a. Alcohol abuse
b. Larceny/theft/fraud/burglary
c. Previous separation from any military service based on any Type II offense.
d. Assault (of non-relative or domestic partner)
e. Any traffic violation resulting in six or more points being assessed and/or reckless driving
f. Any record of unfavorable information within the past 5 years



Mobile Recruiting Team (MRT) Qualifications


*The Mobile Recruiting Team (MRT) members shall have a minimum of four years (six years preferred) prior active or reserve military recruiting experience. Experience shall be current (within the last five years at time of initial assignment to the MRT) and have terminated with an honorable discharge or retirement. Discharge cannot be the result of a show cause board.

*MRT members must comply with the military appearance and grooming standards as depicted in Chapter 3, AR 670-1 and AR 600-9. MRT members will comply with the CC HQ's dress code or in the absence of an applicable dress code, contractor personnel shall wear business informal attire (i.e., slacks and collared shirt) when performing classroom duties related to this task order. For attendance at official Army functions or other functions at which more formal attire is appropriate and expected, wear business informal attire. At all times, attire shall be in good repair, and shall not be considered offensive, disruptive, or unsafe. Contractor personnel shall be easily recognized as contractor employees at all times and not as government employees.

*Home Station location for the MRT Members is Fort Knox, members of that team can expect to be traveling (TDY) on a recurring basis in support of national event marketing initiatives as well as augmenting the recruiting operations being conducted by ROTC programs. Travel is projected at about 50-75 days per year in support of around 19 events per year and will include extended and irregular work hours.

*Teaching the Recruiter Operations Officer (ROO) course taught at the School of Cadet Command. As such,these personnel shall be able to teach effectively in a classroom, presenting both standardized instruction and creative workshops and otherwise meet all the criteria for instructors teaching at the SOCC.

*All contractor personnel shall possess computer skills, to include operation of Microsoft word processing, spreadsheets, and graphics programs, performance of user maintenance, Microsoft Windows environments, and familiarity with e-mail and internet environment and operations.

*MRT Members are considered to be in positions of significant trust and authority (POSTA) and therefore subject to broadened background screening. Background checks for POSTA positions include local law enforcement checks, FBI fingerprint checks as well as a favorable Personnel Security Investigation (PSI).


 

 

 
   
   

 

 
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