Fifty Shades of Suzi
Let me grab my whip!
Oak Grove Technologies
Fort Jackson, SC
Where creative minds gather…. Average need not apply….
Oak Grove is anything but your typical government contractor. We pride ourselves on our outside-the-box approach to solving customer challenges. We are seeking ‘A Team’ players to continue writing our success story.
We are a smaller mid-size company that is growing, profitable, forward thinking and always ready to tackle the next challenging situation our clients face. We have repeat customers because they trust us. Who are they? Sometimes the Government, sometimes the Military, sometimes the commercial world but ALWAYS happy and satisfied.
We're focused on providing the best end-to-end training solutions available—and we need the best the industry has to offer. Why? Oak Grove’s readiness training has a stellar international reputation for excellence, we team with top universities to advance cultural development programs, and our award-winning eLearning solutions and training programs outshine the competition.
Your work will be challenging and your performance will be recognized and rewarded. Our entrepreneurial-minded team thrives in a fast-paced, fun environment where there are always opportunities to learn something new.
We attribute 10+ years of success to the quality of our amazing team, our energetic leadership, and our commitment to excellence and customer happiness.
We are proud to be a leading Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business becoming a mid-size company. We are headquartered in Raleigh, NC as well as an office in the National Capital Region.
Oak Grove Technologies is looking to hire Role Players in Fort Jackson, SC. A Role Player must ‘live’ the part and freely adapt the character in response to how the student reacts to a situation. It is impromptu acting ‘in role’ as the training situations develop.
Shall observe student activities and provide oral and written feedback
Shall attend a briefing prior to the execution of each training event, and an after action review at the conclusion of each training event, and daily in/out briefings.
Act out assigned roles as enemy persons or civilian non-combatants in accordance with assigned scenarios.
At times, role players may be required to perform numerous roles or other roles in support of the exercise depending on exercise requirements (i.e. a role player may be required to play an enemy combatant as well as the role of a civilian on the battlefield [COB]); simulate combat activity by exhibiting behaviors appropriate to the role and by firing blank ammunition; or perform rudimentary light infantry tactics.
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
I was meant to do this. For realz. So many reasons! First of all, politicians have been my best phone clients. That one County Councilman sure loves butt stuff! He called me a lot!
I saw that you need members for your A Team, which is perfect, because I was in a Cinemax-type after-hours movie called “The Ahhh Team.” I know what it takes to be on top!
And the role playing is what my phone job is all about. Stepping into a part to make the client happy. Isn’t that what it’s all about?
Star of Phone and Bone,
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I'm just your average girl who wants a kick-ass life and... love! If I could be a superhero, that would be AWESOME! I'm currently a "phone actress" looking for a really cool career. Don't get me wrong-- I love giving a hand to dudes who need someone to chat with. Everybody needs somebody! But, my parents keep telling me I need a respectable job. Sigh.