EWO EXPERIENCE NEEDED
Competitive salary, outstanding benefits, a great company, and support of the U.S. mission overseas.
If you’ve been certified in EW and attended a service-branch equivalent to the EWO Operations Course and possess the 1J ASI or if you have attended the EW 29 series career field course at Sill, are eligible to obtain/maintain a US SECRET security clearance, and want to share your knowledge and training with soldiers headed downrange, we’re looking for you!
We’re hiring EWO full-time and part-time trainers to work with deploying units during pre-deployment training exercises throughout the U.S. From preparing training materials to hands-on instruction, this exciting opportunity will be filled by self-starting team players who want their job to make a difference.
Interested candidates who meet the above qualifications please email a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with “EWO” in the subject line.
Founded in late 2001, IDS International is a national security consulting firm with both government and private sector clients. IDS International is a small business and since 2006, has emerged as a leader in interagency (IA), reconstruction and stabilization, non-lethal, and “smart power” training for the US military and US Department of State (DOS). Both military and civilian agencies have turned to our team of former senior-level defense, development, and diplomacy officials to serve as the primary interagency/Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) trainers for units deploying to Afghanistan and Iraq.
IDS International has a ready team of both full-time employees and an extensive network of conflict zone experts and consultants who have built a strong reputation for their unparalleled depth of multi-disciplinary expertise in the 3Ds - defense, development, and diplomacy. Many of our Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), instructors, and trainers have recently returned from senior-level assignments in Iraq or Afghanistan, working for organizations such as the DOS, USAID, Army Civil Affairs, US military, National Security Council, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector.