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Title: Task Manager
Location: Lackland AFB, TX
Salary: up to $175,000
Title: Senior Policy Development Specialist
Location: Mclean, VA
Title: Regional Advisor
Location: Washington, DC
Salary: up to $146,000
Support an Academy for Defense Intelligence (ADI) training program designed to build in-depth regional expertise. Apply regional expertise to the design and delivery of advanced Geostrategic Intelligence Seminars (GIS) at multiple classification levels. Identify and schedule guest speakers to support these advanced seminars and coordinate smaller round table discussions and large scale symposiums. Make recommendations and provide SME support to adapting training content into e-Learning formats. Assist with executing the strategic communication plan for the client, helping maintain an online presences on NIPR, SIPR, and JWICS. Contribute to a monthly online newsletter, support client leadership during briefings, conduct outreach to organizations and working groups within the IC, and find innovative ways to advertise the Regional Expertise and Culture (REC) program.
-Experience with regional and cultural studies or current events, including governance, military and security issues, economics, sociology, history, culture, or geography in a DoD, IC, or academic setting
-Experience with studying or researching security issues in a professional or academic setting
-Experience with Microsoft Office applications
-Ability to work independently, identify industry best practices, and make recommendations to apply industry leading concepts into the client’s training environment
-Ability to build rapport with senior-level intelligence community officials, and collaborate with stakeholders in the development and delivery of various training events
-TS/SCI clearance required
-BA or BS degree
-Knowledge of the intelligence community and its mission
-Ability to work in settings requiring public speaking and briefing
-MA or MS degree preferred
GPS is seeking a Korean Instructor willing to deploy to South Korea ASAP.
Candidates MUST have a TS/SCI Clearance and must have experience teaching Korean. Salary is $90-100k - tax free for being overseas for 330 days or more per the IRS.
Job Title: Korean Instructor
Location: Camp Humphries, South Korea
Salary: $90K -$100k (negotiable with experience)
Start Date: Immediate
Minimum Qualifications: TS/SCI Clearance
Korean Language skill Instructor Experience (able to teach Korean to the ILR 4 scale)
Cryptologic language instruction experience Understanding of Sino Korean language
Title: Linguist/Cultural Advisor
Salary: $75K-$150K depending on experience, plus benefits and relocation
Location: Afghanistan, Iraq, or Africa (various locations)
Start date: ASAP
Type: Full-time contract - one year commitment preferable
This is a full-time position with a disabled veteran owned small business (SDVOS) based in Virginia that provides professional quality services such as language/cultural services, education instruction, intelligence, and cyber technology to a global marketplace. They are seeking speakers of Pashto, Dari, Arabic, Kurdish, Chechen, Turkish, Turkoman, Somali, Turkish, Afar, Acholai, or Amharic to deploy to parts of Africa, Afghanistan, and Iraq for one year.
20 to 30 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
To Apply Contact: Inquiries@GlobalProfessionalSearch.com
Booz Allen Hamilton has been at the forefront of strategy and technology for more than 100 years Today, the firm provides management and technology consulting and engineering services to leading Fortune 500 corporations, governments, and not-for-profits across the globe. Booz Allen partners with public and private sector clients to solve their most difficult challenges through a combination of consulting, analytics, mission operations, technology, systems delivery, cybersecurity, engineering and innovation expertise.
Strategic CBRN Analyst, Senior
Provide CBRN technical expertise, CWMD doctrinal and planning support, consequence of execution assessments, and CBRN hazard prediction analysis capabilities to determine worst case and most likely effects and assist with crisis action planning in developing courses of action for resolving CBRN situations. Ensure the Agency can provide trained, equipped, and organized CBRN advisory capabilities for DoD components, interagency partners, and operational commanders for anticipated or emergent requirements. Provide rapid, worldwide deployable, 24/7 operational, and technical expertise to augment CWMD Military Advisory Team (CMAT) Ready Teams and assist CBRN Response support to combatant commands and Joint task forces through onsite operational advice, training, exercises, and reach back.
-10 years of experience in a multidisciplinary CBRN team
-Experience with planning and execution of Joint CBRN defense training
-Ability to travel internationally up to 25% of the time
-BA or BS degree
-Experience with subject matter expertise in support of the planning and execution of Joint CBRN defense training at the combatant commands, component commands, Joint task forces, or foreign partners
-Experience with CBRN technical expertise, CWMD doctrinal and planning support, consequence of execution assessments, and CBRN hazard prediction analysis capabilities to determine worst case or most likely effects
-Experience in assisting with crisis action planning in developing courses of action for resolving CBRN situations
-Experience with conducting research for use in a wide variety of technical publications
-Experience in coordinating with outside sources to ensure that technical documentation is accurate and complete, meets editorial guidelines and government specifications, and adheres to standards for quality, graphics, coverage, format, and style
-Knowledge of CBRN and allied fields in support of all customer mission
-oriented business functions, programs, or initiatives, including Multi
-Service Tactics, Techniques, and Procedure publications, Joint Publications, and Allied Technical Publications
-Knowledge of the development or enhancement of CBRN Defense, Combating WMD, CBRN Consequence Management (CM), Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA), and Medical CBRN Defense curriculum and wargaming, including operating and interpreting computer models on WMD incidents, such as prediction and post
-Ability to be in deployable status at least 1 month every 4 months
-Ability to deploy worldwide within 4 hours of notification
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; TS/SCI clearance is required.
Integrating a full range of consulting capabilities, Booz Allen is the one firm that helps clients solve their toughest problems. by their side to help them achieve their missions. Booz Allen is committed to delivering results that endure.
We are proud of our diverse environment, EOE, M/F/Disability/Vet.
Apply via the Booz Allen Hamilton website
Newly Awarded Multi-million dollar prime 5 year language contract Now Hiring!
If you are working or aspiring to work in today's United States Intelligence Community...NOW is the time to CACI! The Intelligence Solutions Team has immediate opportunities for TS/SCI-cleared Russian Cryptologic Language Training Developers. Positions will be available at Ft. Meade, MD and require some travel.
Cryptologic Language Training Developer shall develop language materials/content to mirror language analyst tasks and update existing materials to meet NSA/CSS language training requirements. Use blended learning techniques which may include a combination of eLearning
tools, video and audio exercises, readings, case studies, and demonstrations of required skills through work-related tasks in accordance with Government guidance.
· Clarify and document customer operational requirements, training objectives and language level of materials.
· Assist in the prioritization of requirements for training development;
Research and leverage classified and unclassified domain-specific language resources for relevant, authentic language content;
· Develop training materials to include transcription, translation, and analysis of operational, task-based exercises;
· Collaborate with language instructors and other Government and Contractor developers in the design, development and documentation of language and domain –specific training materials;
· Employ technology, Adobe C5S, Adobe Premier in developing training materials for language learning that combines blended delivery modes such as online, distance, asynchronous eLearning technology and self –paced instruction;
· Collaborate with SIGINT Operations technical experts as well as other Government and Contractor instructors and developers to obtain and develop language materials;
· Develop practical evaluations to test the student’s mastery of the learning and/or performance objectives;
· Identify and recommend learning applications and tools that enhance training delivery;
· Team with other Government and contract language instructors and developers;
· Provide technical guidance for the design, development, and delivery of technology-mediated learning activities and content for Government approval;
· Design and develop practical evaluation methods to test the student’s mastery of the learning and/or performance objectives;
· Aggregate and analyze customer and student feedback and other metrics regarding the success of training;
· Review new and existing materials, and training documentation to ensure they meet sound ISD principles and NCS guidelines and standards; provide written feedback with recommendations and proposed changes to the Government; develop and implement solutions to fix deficiencies;
****A current TS/SCI security clearance with a Polygraph is required****
· Master’s Degree in language, Areas Studies, Education, Education Technology, ISD or other directly related discipline.
· A speaker with native capability and a minimum ILR proficiency level 4 in reading, listening and speaking in the standard form of the language to be taught and a minimum ILR proficiency level 2 in reading, writing, speaking and listening in English OR a speaker with native capability in English and a minimum ILR proficiency level 3 in reading and listening in the standard form of the language to be taught. Skill levels must be documented within the last 3 years;
· Eight (8) years SIGINT or Intelligence Community experience as a language analyst and/or language instructor.
· Of the eight (8) experience, three (3) years experience, within the last ten (10) years, of applied practical experience developing, documenting and /or updating basic, intermediate, and advanced language training materials following the principles of ISD.
· In lieu of the relevant Master’s Degree; six (6) additional years of applied, practical experience in the language education, instructional design or language analysis fields for a total of seventeen (17) years OR a B.A./B. S and an additional two (2) years experience in the language education, instructional design or language analysis fields for a total of thirteen (13) years of work experience may be substituted.
· One (1) year experience typing, using English and appropriate foreign language fonts, keyboards, and computer software.
· Three (3) years experience, within the last ten (10) years in the synchronous and asynchronous instructional systems design and in the development of skills-based instruction to adults to include using web-based or distance learning teaching technologies,( e.g., Centra, Blackboard , Question mark, Sum Total).
Interested candidates are encouraged to email their resume highlighting their DLPT scores as well as their experience teaching and/or developing training on topics of interest to the Government and Intelligence Community to Mr. Frederic Hairson, Lead Technical Recruiter, at Freddie.Hairson@CACI.com.
If you are working or aspiring to work in today's United States Intelligence Community...NOW is the time to CACI! The Intelligence Solutions Team has immediate opportunities for TS/SCI-cleared Area Studies Instructors in the Following languages: Russian, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese. Positions will be available at Ft. Meade, MD and require some travel.
Area Studies Instructors shall develop and deliver Area Studies seminars/brown bags, and other formal and informal training in English and/or a foreign language based on customer requirements, using a variety of synchronous and asynchronous techniques for foundational, intermediate, and advanced training. Employ various teaching methods to provide maximum effectiveness and to allow flexibility in the training. Blended learning techniques may include a combination of eLearning tools, lectures, classroom discussions, team exercises, readings, case studies, role plays, and demonstrations of required skills through work- related tasks.
· Develop and deliver foundational-level and intermediate-level Area Studies seminars in English and/or a foreign language using Contractor-provided and/or Government-provided documentation, including assessment plans, instructor guides and student materials;
· Collaborate and coordinate with Area Studies Program Coordinators and Government personnel to ensure successful delivery of training;
· Conduct research to determine the best vehicle for providing the Area Studies training (academia, Government experts, private contractors, etc.);
· Research availability of online Area Studies foundational training and recommend to Government the inclusion into training roadmaps;
· Work as part of a teaching team, as required;
· Use classroom technology such as SmartBoard/Symposium, audio/video/DVD components, and computer applications, such as Microsoft Office;
· Collaborate and coordinate with stakeholders to ensure relevance and currency of curriculum;
· Analyze student feedback for courses in order to identify possible areas requiring change/improvement (content, speakers and/or other instructors, and delivery methodologies);
· Ensure learning assessments correlate with or directly support unit/topic/course objectives;
· Analyze feedback from Area Studies speakers and/or other instructors about the students and content in order to identify possible areas requiring change;
· Work with language and area studies experts across academic, federal and private sectors in order to keep abreast of best practices and make recommendations to Government; incorporate that information in curricula and in teaching practices;
· Collect, compile, and provide metrics regarding the curriculum to the Government;
· Tailor approaches in accordance with student learning styles and strategies;
****A current TS/SCI security clearance with a Polygraph is required****
· M.A. or M.S. in Language or Area Studies or a discipline directly related to Area Studies field;
· Five (5) years experience the last ten (10) years, in teaching and/or developing training on topics of interest to the Government and Intelligence Community, such as history, technology, finance, economics, military, geopolitics, transnational issues and social organizations;
· In lieu of the Master's Degree, a B.A./B.S. in Language or Area Studies or a discipline related to the required topic/region, and an additional two (2) years of directly related work experience teaching or developing training may be substituted;
· If training is to be taught in language other than English: Speaker with native capability and a minimum ILR proficiency level 4 in reading, listening and speaking in the standard form of the language to be taught and a minimum ILR proficiency level 2 in reading, listening, speaking and writing in English OR a speaker with native capability in English and a minimum ILR proficiency level 3 in reading, listening and speaking in the standard form of the language to be taught. Skill levels must be documented within the last 3 years;
· Three (3) years experience within the last ten (10) years, in developing, managing and coordinating training utilizing ISD standards;
· Three (3) years experience within the past ten (10) years, developing and teaching courses for both face-to-face and eLearning delivery;
· One (1) year experience within the last five (5) years, working in a cross-cultural environment;
· Five (5) years experience within the last fifteen (15) years, in SIGINT, military intelligence and/or the Intelligence Community Operations performing work directly concerning the Far East (to include China, Korea, Japan and Nepal), the Near East (to include AF/PAK, India, Afghanistan, Iran, Turkey, Middle East nations, Arabic-speaking North Africa), the Americas, Europe, Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Global Issues.
Candidate must be willing to travel up to 15% of the time.
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