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Submarine Training Rep (SkillBridge Intern) – 12774, VIRGINIA BEACH, VA, VIRGINIA

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Submarine Training Rep (SkillBridge Intern) – 12774

Date: May 1, 2023

Location: Virginia Beach, VA, Virginia

Company: HII’s Mission Technologies division

Requisition Number: 12774 

Required Travel: 0 – 10%

Employment Type: Temporary Worker

Hours Per Week: 40.00 

Security Clearance: Secret 

Level of Experience: Mid 


This is an UNPAID internship through the DoD SkillBridge Program for transitioning active-duty US military personnel. DoD SkillBridge Internships are available to help transitioning active-duty military personnel gain real-world experience in the work force sometime during their final 180 days of active-duty service. The intern will actively train on meaningful projects and work closely with a mentor and with senior company leadership. HII Mission Technologies (HII-MT) Internship programs are focused on placing transitioning military into internships that require KSAs, Education & Military Training similar to their current or previous military jobs; positions that could easily transition over to a full-time regular and permanent job with HII-MT.

Program of Instruction

For this internship, the SkillBridge intern will train as a Submarine Training Rep with HII Mission Technologies (HII-MT), reporting to a designated HII-MT Supervisor. The objective of the internship is to design and deliver curricula to train personnel, develop test and visual aids, conduct training classes, and develop criteria for evaluating effectiveness of training activities. Refine training and development research: learning theory, motivation theory, and new materials, methods, and techniques. Assigned special projects as needed.

Desired End State (2-month target)
At the end of 2 months, the intern will have developed the core knowledge, skills, and ability to work as a contributing member of a Submarine Training Development Team. The internship will provide the ability to operate within complex programs responsible for developing training courses for future and current Submarine Training Programs, gaining invaluable insights into governmental and non-governmental business practices through experience working with a leading global engineering and defense technologies provider in a dynamic program office environment. HII-MT will benefit from the military background of the SkillBridge intern and considers SkillBridge internships an overall positive experience. The intern will:
  Understand the process of developing curricula to Submarine Learning Center’s compliance standards
  Increase understanding of instructional design concepts and its application to a training program
  Develop an understanding of different types of learning theories and content development process technologies
  Develop an understanding of managing complex programs

Training Plan 

Phase 1 – Basics 
Week 1: Integration; HII-MT company and policy familiarization, Security and IT training. Employee intros and campus familiarization
Week 2: Intro to curricula development and governance. Fundamentals of how the U.S. Navy programs develop technical curricula. Review Legacy AIM I to AIM CPM-LOM Conversion Style Guide, PEO UWS TR-LEAD Style Guide, Ready Relevant Learning (RRL) Process Manual, and other applicable policies. Understand statutory requirements that direct curricula development standards and common practices
Week 3: Review best practices for providing continuous high-level, trusted advice and technical assistance regarding curriculum analysis, design, development, implementation, instruction, and assessment in Submarine training courses
Week 4: Work with SMEs to develop course material (task analysis, learning objectives, course master schedules, lessons, instructional aids, training plans, test banks, etc)

Phase 2 – Curricula Management
Week 5:  Intro to Training Impact Review process and the technical notification process that follows a valid impact to training. Develop a working knowledge of the program-specifics, to include government-to-Materials Support Agent (MSA) rules, success criteria, milestones, critical path, and metrics
Week 6: Intro to Multimedia resources to include: text, drawings, still and moving images (videos) graphics, audio, animation, simulation and other forms of media

Phase 3 – Curricula Auditing 
Week 7: Intro to the In-Progress-Review (IPR) events. Learn curricula review event scheduling, coordination, and execution process. Create quality review matrixes, Plan of Action and Milestones (POA-M), and checklists, while analyzing appropriate stakeholder deadlines. 
Week 8: Attend and audit portions of the SSN21 Class Ship Control System Combined Maintenance Course (A-623-0118) to SSN21 Class Electronic Technicians (ETs)

Additional Goals
 Intro to MSA responsibilities, contract support elements and DoD acquisition strategies
 Development of Formal Training for Submarine HM-E courses

Minimum Qualifications

Active-Duty Military ONLY within final 180 days of active-duty service. Education and Experience dependent on Program of Instruction.

Must have a SECRET security clearance
Six years of training development
Working knowledge with Content Planning Module (CPM) and Learning Object Module (LOM) End to End training at the Naval Education and Training Command
Work knowledge of Ready Relevant Learning (RRL) processes
Experience with U.S. Navy Submarine HM&E systems
Physical Requirements

Physical Requirements will vary and is dependent on the Program of Instruction.

This opportunity resides with Fleet Sustainment, a business group within HII’s Mission Technologies division. For 40 years, the U.S. Navy has entrusted HII to maintain and modernize the vast majority of its fleet. From small watercraft to submarines, combatants and aircraft carriers, our systems and maintenance experts help the Navy maintain a high state of readiness. And, we deploy with the most advanced technology and capability available.


HII is a global engineering and defense technologies provider. With a 135-year history of trusted partnerships in advancing U.S. national security, HII delivers critical capabilities ranging from the most powerful and survivable naval ships ever built, to unmanned systems, ISR and AI/ML analytics. HII leads the industry in mission-driven solutions that support and enable a networked, all-domain force. Headquartered in Virginia, HII’s skilled workforce is 44,000 strong. For more information, please visit:


HII is an Equal Opportunity/Vets and Disabled Employer. U.S. Citizenship may be required for certain positions.

HII’s Mission Technologies division / Equal Opportunity Employer

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