DISCS Faculty vacancies for Instructors of Security Cooperation (DAYTON)

19 Jan 2018 10:02 PM | Anonymous member
Announcement #:  AFMC-10118952-000000-9X-JED
Open 1/17/18
Closes: 1/24/18
LINK:  https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/488857300

We will be filling multiple positions (at least three) from this
announcement that are open to a variety of SC experience to include DIB, AM&E, FMS (case management, logistics, finance), BPC programs, SC planning, international training, state partnership, regional studies, foreign disclosure, etc.

In addition, we anticipate additional announcements for instructors (GS-13 also) in Northern Virginia and possibly Ohio later this year.

The biggest historical roadblocks have been:

1.       Not listing any teaching or training experience in the resume.
2LTs, GS-11s, etc. train others all the time.  But if it isn't in the
resume, you don't qualify to teach at DISCS.

2.       Not providing copies of transcripts or veterans preference.  I
trust you.  But civilian personnel does not.  Doesn't matter if it is in
your personnel file, etc.  Transcripts MUST be in the USAJOBS application or you won't qualify to teach at DISCS.

3.       Using words other than "Security Cooperation" in your resume. Saying you were an SDO/DATT or MRAP international case manager means something to me, but not the GS-?? who will screen your resume.  If you don't say you have Security Cooperation experience (equivalent to at least a
GS-12), you don't qualify to teach at DISCS.

4.       We can only hire US citizens eligible for a secret clearance and who are physically able to conduct training missions in Iraq, Afghanistan, etc. as needed.  Plus in Copenhagen, Huntsville, etc.
Please forward/apply as desired.  Interested candidates can call the number below if they have questions about DISCS. 
Questions on the hiring process should go to the POC in the USAJOBS announcement.

Very Respectfully,

Mark T. Ahles, Ph.D.
Dean of Academic Affairs/Deputy Commandant
The Defense Institute of Security Cooperation Studies


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