POSITION SUMMARY: Locations: - Yongsan, Korea - Ft Meade, MD - San Antonio, TX Position requires knowledge of a wide range of concepts, principles, methodologies, and techniques of training combined with knowledge of language training programs in order to perform difficult and complex work assignments. Contractor must have a basic knowledge of DoD and US Government intelligence agencies, doctrine, programs, policies, operations, methodology, governing laws, and regulations in order to successfully review, coordinate, and make recommendations regarding language training programs in support of intelligence operations. A general knowledge of etymology is required as well as comprehensive experience with adult language enhancement programs. Performance of daily responsibilities requires familiarity with computers and video tele-training. Duties require knowledge of Army and INSCOM Language Management Systems, knowledge of language acquisition and instructional programs, and general knowledge of crypto linguistic, interrogation, HUMINT, and counterintelligence operations. Two years‘ experience as a Command-level or INSCOM Major Subordinate Command CLPM, either as a civilian or through a military duty. Graduate of ATRRS Class designator 00ZZ, Command Language Program Manager 40-hour School taught at Monterey, California. - Current TS/SCI eligibility RESPONSIBILTIES: - The Contractor shall provide a MSC/Bn Command Language Program (CLP) Manager, providing advice and guidance to the S3 and the Commander on intelligence-related foreign language training, and serving as the primary point of contact for resource management of the CLP. The Contractor supports MSC/Bn level budgeting actions for language training requirements ; reviews, validates, and recommends prioritization of subordinate unit submissions. - The Contractor shall maintain language training programs for the MSC and subordinate elements, utilizing knowledge of intelligence collection processes and procedures in HUMINT, SIGINT, and Counterintelligence (as appropriate to the unit's mission). - The Contractor recommends language training requirements and coordinates joint-service language training to meet training needs including increased language proficiency. - The Contractor serves as the technical authority on language training programs for the MSC/Bn, interprets existing regulations, and develops Standing Operating Procedures for subordinate units. - The Contractor serves as the functional expert for operational intelligence-related and global language training programs for subordinate Active and Reserve Component units. - The Contractor provides recommendations for the development of Command policy and guidelines for the identification of foreign language training requirements, the assessment of language training needs, and the planning and implementation of language programs. - The Contractor will remain current on new and non-traditional second language acquisition practices and recommend which methods are appropriate for utilization in the program. - The Contractor develops innovative distance learning programs to leverage technology, computer-assisted instruction, and comprehensive teacher training programs. - The Contractor tailors programs relating to the Army intelligence environment, integrating global and occupational language skills. - The Contractor provides area studies and language briefings to meet the unit Commander's needs related to mission, time, constraints, and depth of language knowledge required by Soldiers. - The Contractor will ensure utilization of a variety of media and training methods in the classroom such as teachers, satellite broadcasts, interactive video, computer assisted learning, language lab, mentoring programs, and live environment training opportunities. - The Contractor coordinates intelligence-related language training support for MSC/Bn units, and recommends requirements for necessary contracted courses to ensure approved methods are applied and desired results are achieved. - The Contractor recommends, including appropriate justification, resources, facilities, materials, equipment, personnel and other technical support to the MSC/Bn S3. - The Contractor coordinates with the S-3 and subordinate units for curriculum development, classified and unclassified MOS training, language class length, course scheduling and lesson plans. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: - Typically requires bachelor‘s degree or equivalent, and 12 to 15 years of related experience, including three to five years of supervisory/management experience. - Graduate of ATRRS Class designator 00ZZ, Command Language Program Manager 40-hour School taught at Monterey, California. - BA/BS preferred - Minimum of a AA/AS degree, native fluency in language required. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods, and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required.
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