MCTS Specialist Role PlayerSF27863Location - Fareham, HampshireBusiness Unit - Marine TrainingStarting salary £23,000 rising to £25,000 on successful completion of training. About the role As a Maritime Composite Training System (MCTS) Specialist Role Player within our Marine Training business you'll be supporting us as we deliver world-class training both UK and Internationally. With over 800,000 training days delivered so far we equip people to operate and support the most complex marine platforms, logistics and equipment - using our collaborative, customer centric approach. The Maritime Composite Training System (MCTS) is a sophisticated and versatile training platform used by the Royal Navy (RN) providing state of the art classroom and simulation training facilities delivering maritime warfare training in controlled environments. Seeking to recruit a specialist with skills and experience in any RN Warfare disciplines (AC, AWT, AWW, UW, EW) to support the contracted delivery of Role playing services. Main responsibilities include; Act as an operator within RN Operations Room environment to support RN Training objectivesProvide support services to RN training operations as an OOW, Pilot once trainedDeliver a broad variety of task-related training support and delivery tasks; to include: simulator preparation, reconfiguration, task-related administration (all environments), data collection, support (including training equipment Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM)) and security related tasks.Act as an Exercise Controller: in the Common Synthetic Environment Control (CSEC) and/or at training space User Desks in WTT and ECT environments.Assist in the observation of physical system performance and the collation of all necessary data gathering to enable/support MCTS system analysis.Advise and assist - MWS (Collingwood) / FOST (Devonport) Instructors and staff in the delivery of their training activities, by providing competent support to facilitate the delivery of training in simulators and electronic classrooms.Advise and Assist MWS and FOST staff instructors and students, where necessary, in the use of MCTS Training Systems. What do I need to do the role? You will have current or recent specialist knowledge and/or experience of RN maritime warfare operations in single and multi-threat environments; to include working knowledge of RN warfare voice procedures. You will also have experience of working or training in an electronic simulation environment as a facilitator of military training and understand and implement computer simulation methods/techniques, as gained from previous direct experience in the field of systems simulation, computer-aided design or gaming. You will possess a general, working knowledge of RN surface ship sensors and weapon systems and a working knowledge or experience of at least one current RN Command system (T23 DNA2 and/or T45 CMS). You must also be willing to expand your knowledge into QEC Carrier CMS and other, future, non-brought-in warfare-centric sub-specialist areas. What else do I need to know? You must be UK National and SC Clearance will be required. About Babcock International For more than a century, Babcock the Aerospace and Defence Company, has been trusted to deliver bespoke, highly-skilled engineering services. We help customers in the UK and around the world to improve the capability, reliability and availability of their most critical assets within the four market sectors of Marine, Land, Aviation, and Nuclear, underpinned by a deep understanding of technology integration, unique infrastructure, and specialist training. Armed Forces Covenant We are proud to support the Armed Forces community by honouring the Armed Forces Covenant. We recognise the value that Serving Personnel, both Regular and Reserves, Veterans, Uniformed Cadet Instructors and Service Families contribute to our business and the United Kingdom. As part of the Covenant, Babcock offers Reservists and Uniformed Cadet Instructors up to 2 week's special paid leave to help them meet their commitments. To find out more please click here.