Constellis DDM Firearms Instructor-WII127 in Afghanistan-AFG, Afghanistan

The location for this position is OCONUS at one of the below sites:

Baghdad Iraq, Basira Iraq, or Irbil Iraq

  • Supervises DDM weapon requalification training in overseas locations, and all other weapons requalification as needed

  • Plans and coordinates weapons requalification training

  • Ensures that all equipment, weapons, ammunition, and materials are on-hand for training

  • Conduct requalification firing


  • Must be a US citizen

  • Must possess a valid U.S. driver's license and U. S. tourist passport

  • Must attend and successfully complete a sniper/DDM/sharpshooter program issued by a military, law enforcement, or security (government or commercial) training program. This sniper/DDM/sharpshooter program must be of suitable complexity and quality to adequately prepare the graduate for successful performance as a program required DDM. Examples of programs that meet this requirement include, but are not limited to:

  • US Marine Corps (USMC) Scout/Sniper

  • US Army Sniper School

  • US Special Forces Sniper School (formerly SOTIC)

  • Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Hostage Rescue Team (HRT)/Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT)

  • Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) Mobile Security Division (MSD) DDM

  • National Tactical Officer's Association (NTOA) recognized law enforcement sniper course

  • Must provide evidence of a minimum M4 qualification score of 95% (i.e. 285 out of 300) or better on the DS qualification course of fire. This qualification must be the candidate's most recent M4 qualification and have been performed within the last ninety (90) days. The candidate shall maintain this qualification level with the M4 throughout contract performance under this position

  • Must possess a minimum of three (3) years of applicable experience

  • A minimum of two (2) years of this experience must be as a DDM/sniper/sharpshooter. Candidates claiming military experience must have either a sniper military occupation specialty (MOS) or additional skill identifier (ASI). If claiming law enforcement, experience for this requirement, must be full time, not as a collateral duty

  • Experience may be gained in the employ of any national, state, provincial, local, or commercial entities providing armed high threat protective services that require skills similar to those identified in the contract required training course

  • Must possess minimum of one (1) year of experience working as a full-time equivalent (FTE) firearms instructor, this experience must have been earned as part of other federal, state, or local government training assignments

  • Must successfully complete required training per the contract

  • Obtain and maintain a personnel security clearance/public trust certification as identified in contract

  • Complete the Physical Readiness Test at the 50% performance level, and maintain that fitness level for the duration of the contract

  • Possess no impediments to traveling overseas to and within countries that are considered dangerous or unhealthy in general, or to the country or countries assigned in the applicable task order in specific.