Professional Role Player - Exhibits Specialist III - Filipino
A Foreign Language Speaking (FLS) Role Player may be required to play one of several roles of various indigenous people in a village. The training scenario within which the role player acts is a realistic town, village or training room erected on a military training site. Roles include various scripted and unscripted roles of members of the village, as well as roles of village officials (mayor, advisor, judge), insurgents, police, interpreter and army or other military personnel. A role player will convincingly recreate the, political, religious, cultural, and economic relationships reflected in the applicable community. The role player provides these services in support of situational training exercises of the U.S. military.
Skills & Experience
Senior Translators (Sr. Interpreter)
Requirements - Senior Interpreters routinely serve as interpreters for a U.S. Army brigade commander (Brigadier General or Colonel), Battalion Commander (Lieutenant Colonel), and selected members of the brigade staff. Major duties include interpreting political-military terminology and concepts for senior military and civilian leaders. In addition, Senior Interpreters work closely with the JRTC Operations Group in supporting personal “Engagement Training” to key members of the RTU. Senior Interpreters also routinely serve in key civilian role playing roles in accordance with the rotational exercise scenario that include, but are not limited to, political, military and religious leaders. It is desirable for Senior Interpreters to have practical interpreting experience – preferably in the government sector. While at Fort Polk, Senior Interpreters that are assigned in direct support of the RTU will be available to support rotational requirements for periods up to 24 hours each day. Senior Interpreters may be required to execute their rotational assignments in adverse weather conditions under field conditions. Senior Interpreters may be required to be transported in military wheeled, track or air transportation. Senior Interpreters may be issued role-play uniforms and individual military equipment (helmet, level 2 or 3 body armor, load bearing equipment, etc.). Senior Interpreters shall wear uniforms and equipment to standards.
Must be able to speak English and Tagalog fluently. 1st generation and does need actual military, police or governmental experience. Desired at the ranks needed to portray.
Subject Matter Experts (SMEs)
Requirements - provide instruction – or to assist in instruction – on the Tagalog language phrases, as well as ethnic-oriented customs and culture to Prime Contractor employees or U.S. Army personnel. It is highly desirable to have sufficient field experience as translators Tagalog in order to train other CRP in translator duties and for Quality Assurance and Quality Control purposes. It is also highly desirable that personnel capable of fulfilling these requirements be identified from within the pool of CRP used for rotational support.
Must be able to speak English and Tagalog fluently. 1st generation and does need actual military, police or governmental experience with training experience. Desired at the ranks needed to portray.
Clearance Requirements: Secret
Successfully passing a background check and drug screen are requirements for this position.
To be considered for this position, all applicants must apply on the company website, https://roleplayersupport-katmai.icims.com/jobs/intro?hashed=-435801981&mobile=false&width=1350&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240
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