Counterintelligence Surveillance Instructor

Job Location: CONUS


Job Description:

More About the Role:

  • Instruct, evaluate and counsel students in the subtle and difficult concepts of the subject matter
  • Use Instructional System Design (ISD) process to assist in the analysis, objective writing, evaluation, design, development, facilitation techniques and maintenance of course materials, lesson plans, and practical exercises
  • Engage in research and analysis to maintain subject matter currency and relevancy to contribute to the updating of course materials and documentation
  • Conduct training needs assessments and participate in course evaluations to measure the extent to which the training improved student's knowledge and performance on the job
  • Evaluate student performance using verbal and written formats in accordance with established course standards and procedures
  • Identify areas of material, methods, aids used or other elements of the training process in need of revision based on formal or informal student evaluations
  • Plan and develop internal strategies and participate in meetings to provide advice and assistance to resolve problems as needed
  • Maintain contact with subject matter experts in order to anticipate changes that may affect training materials
  • Represent the organization at training conferences and meetings at the direction and approval of the Government
  • Lead or participate in practical field exercises

You’ll Bring These Qualifications:

  • Active Top Secret/SCI is required and the ability to upgrade to a Poly
  • Experience conducting discreet CI Surveillance and CI countersurveillance operations using DoD methodology
  • Graduate of one of the following courses, the JCITA CI Surveillance Course, JCITA CS/SD course, AFCITC, or an Intelligence Community, Federal or State Law Enforcement school equivalent
  • Formally trained in counterintelligence surveillance methods and possess a minimum of 5 years of field experience supporting counterintelligence operations and investigations
  • Must possess a valid state driver's license to lead and participate in practical field exercises and be able to walk up to seven (7) miles cross country over varying terrain in urban and rural environments to include conditions of extreme heat, rain or snow

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