JMAS Spouse Training Program (STP) Instructor

Job Locations US-DC-WASHINGTON
ID
2019-1361
Category
Intelligence
Type
Regular Full-Time
Clearance
Top Secret/SCI with Polygraph

Overview

Cyberspace Solutions is seeking an exceptionally qualified JMAS Spouse Training Program (STP) Instructor with an active TS/SCI clearance to support the Joint Military Attache School.

Responsibilities

The STP instructor serves as a facilitator of adult learning for military attaché spouses within the Joint Military Attaché School; responsible for specific topics within assigned subject matter area(s) in support of agency and intelligence community personnel. The instructor develops, prepares and manages course material for assigned blocks of instruction and enables learning via classroom, mobile classroom, and online. Provides counseling to students to assist them with successfully completing learning events. Develops plans and milestones for the analysis, design and development of course of instruction. Provides training expertise to support the development and conduct of training, and provides training assistance to instructor/writers responsible for designing courses and training support materials and tests. The STP instructor must be a graduate of the JMAS Spouse Training Program with at least one successful tour in the Defense Attaché Service.

Qualifications

 Able to employ a variety of knowledge delivery methods and techniques to ensure students with different learning styles meet all instructional objectives.

 Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills to compose and deliver responses to complex questions in a clear, concise, and organized manner.

 Completion of at least one successful overseas tour, preferably within the last 0-5 years.

 Graduation from the Joint Military Attaché School Spouse Training Program.

 TS/SCI Eligible.

Highly Desired Factors

 Experience in instruction and/or other adult educational practices.

 Ability to design, implement, and support programs for blended, virtual, and other technology-based learning.

 Confidently and clearly communicate experience in, and knowledge of, an international and diplomatic environment gained through working at a U.S. Embassy or assignment abroad in an international community.

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