Senior Naval Science Instructor ( NJROTC)
Responsible to the site principal, the Senior Naval Science Instructor (SNSI) is responsible for carrying out policies relative to the administration of the NJROTC unit.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Perform such duties required by the NJROTC Regulations for Citizenship Development Program (NSTC M-5761.1B). These duties will include: directing the unit and advising school authorities on unit needs and program requirements; teaching the prescribed 3 or 4-year Naval Science curriculum, including writing and updating lesson plans and performing other lesson preparation requirements; instructing cadets in military drill; serving on routine faculty committees and performing curricular or extracurricular duties; counseling and mentoring students who participate in the program;providing guidance and information to cadets and other qualified students. Ensuring cadets observe the Chain-of-Command; ordering authorized government furnished equipment; arranging for the cleaning and tailoring of cadet uniforms; evaluating the condition of cadet uniforms and other government property for repair or replacement; performing simple preventive maintenance of training aids and devices; planning extracurricular activities for the unit, such as color/honor guard ceremonies, academic, drill and marksmanship team competitive meets, field trips, basic leadership training camps and ship cruises; preparing periodic reports on program administration and logistics; attending Navy-sponsored training to keep abreast of program requirements and ensuring cadets are trained in accordance with current requirements; taking courses to improve their teaching abilities and, for NJROTC instructors, meet all education requirements of 10 U.S.C. Secs. 2031 , 2032, and 2033, and any implementing regulations; establishing a good working relationship with guidance counselors and faculty members; making presentations to students at feeder schools at least annually to recruit new cadets into the program; maintaining the unit’s financial accounts and operating budget; establishing community support and recognition of the program; informing the school and public of unit activities and achievements.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: As per NSTC M-5761.1B