2023-2024 High School Army JROTC Senior Instructor
Instructors are responsible for planning, teaching, directing and supervising the Army JROTC program in accordance with the policies, regulations and directive of the King and Queen County Schools and the Department of the Army Cadet Command.
Be certified by Cadet Command as a qualified JROTC Army Instructor.
Be in a retired status with a minimum of 20 years of active duty service or a gray area retiree with a minimum of 20 years of service.
Be in the grade of Captain, Major, Lieutenant Colonel, or Colonel and have baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university.
Meet Army height, weight and physical fitness standards
Must possess high standards of military bearing, appearance, and moral character
Hold appropriate certification, such as Technical Professional License with endorsement in JROTC and JROTC Instructor Certification
Responsibilities: As the senior instructor, he/she is responsible for the overall conduct of the King and Queen CHS Army JROTC
Works closely with the JROTC Army Instructor
Represents the Army JROTC program when dealing with the Building Administration, the Superintendent, and the Board of Education
Prepares the weekly training scheduled IAW the approved Master Training Schedule
Prepares lesson plans and training materials for JROTC instruction IAW the Master Training Schedule and appropriate directives
Development of the procedures governing the administration, control, and training of JROTC cadets IAW school and service policies
Conduct classroom, field and range training to ensure that adequate, safe and meaningful instruction is being conducted in compliance with school and service regulations and policies
Plan, coordinate and conduct an annual inspection. A Formal Inspection will be conducted by the 4 th ROTC Brigade every 3 years
Requisition and maintain accountability for the U.S. Government property that is needed to support a JROTC program
Participate in the supervision of after school activities which include, but not limited to, the drill team, Raider team, color guard, rifle team, adventure training group and battalion staff
Physical Requirements: Above average amount of climbing, bending, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping, and repetitive motions required.
Supervisor: Building Administration