Improvised Threat Instructor

Improvised Threat Instructor

Job Category: Instructors

Job Location: CONUS

Job State: Reston, VA

Job Description:

As an Improvised Threat Instructor, you will provide current and customized training and subject matter expertise to a diverse base of U.S. and foreign military customers both in the classroom and in field environments. You will speak and present to large groups of students, ensuring the orderly conduct of the class. Customers include Conventional U.S. Forces, Special Operations Forces, and Foreign Partners conducting combat operations on today’s asymmetric threat battlefields.

More About the Role:

You will serve on a training team with responsibilities including researching current intelligence relating to applicable missions and integration of relevant information into courses. You will evaluate the effectiveness of training to ensure that training objectives are met. Your focus through the training programs is designed to improve the safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of military forces responding to regional and/or worldwide threats.

You’ll Bring These Qualifications:

  • Must possess a current SECRET clearance. Eligible for TS/SCI.
  • Prior U.S. Military, Active Duty EOD Technician or Special Operations Forces (SOF) community.
  • Two or more operational deployments in the last 10 years to a GWOT theater.
  • Documented experience of the following counter improvised threat specialties: Counter small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (C-sUAS), Counter RCIED Electronic Warfare (CREW), Sensitive Site Exploitation (SSE), Homemade Explosives (HME), Dismounted Operations in an IED Environment, C-IED Planning Considerations, Route Clearance Operations, and Military Engineering.
  • Formal instructor training/certification and experience teaching specifically in the Engineer, SOF or EOD field on topics involving improvised threats.
  • Due to the nature of OCONUS travel, a current U.S. passport is required.

These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have:

  • Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 107 Unmanned Aircraft Pilot’s License.
  • Forensic collection and exploitation experience in permissive, semi-permissive, and/or non-permissive environment.
  • Experience in various handheld detectors used to detect IED’s and components.
  • Experience with commercial off-the-shelf small unmanned aircraft systems (e.g. drones).
  • Experience with Foreign Disclosure Office and Intelligence Community Authorized Classification and Control Markings.
  • Experience and/or training in executing Mission Assurance Assessments.
  • Ability to write and edit coursework.

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