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Pashto / Dari
18 Female (CAT II - Secret) & 27 Males (CATII - Secret)
Camp Bullis - San Antonio, TX
05 February 2013 - 26 February 2013
8 hours/day (02/05/13 thru 02/11/13)
12 hours/day (02/12/13 thru 02/14/13)
No scheduled work (02/15/13 thru 02/17/13)
8 hours/day (02/18/13 thru 02/22/13)
12 hours/day (02/23/13 thru 02/25/13)
8 hours/day (02/26/13)
Must be a U.S. citizen and hold a Secret security clearance with a recent CI-screening. Must possess native or near native proficiency in the foreign language, typically a minimum of 3/3 on the DLPT or equivalent test.
Participate and assist in role-play exercises on a part-time/on-call basis to provide a realistic simulation of the host nation environment prior to actual deployment so that personnel become familiar with, and are able to appropriately and decisively react to a variety of situations requiring interactions with a host nation's population, military organizations, local businesses, religious leaders, and/or government officials.
***POSITIONS AVAILABLE UPON TASK ORDER AWARD***
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
1. Facilitate realistic training in preparation for real-world events and scenarios the unit will likely encounter during contingency operations.
2. Facilitate the creation of a cultural environment, emulate the physical interaction between host nation populations, and provide the linguistic services necessary to the realism of the training scenario.
3. Shall translate scenario elements into the SCRL, act as SCRL/English linguists for exercise participants, and/or act as the SCRL-training-focus-area insurgent/terrorist detainees to provide cultural context and linguistic realism to the training environment and scenarios.
4. Shall assist with the development of pertinent training materials and provide basic language (survival) and cultural guidance throughout the period of performance.
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