You will be an instructor for the advanced counterintelligence cyber curriculum. Your duties will include creating courses and content at the client’s request to facilitate instruction of well-established and proprietary cyber methodologies for counterintelligence professionals. You will also be responsible for the creation of course material which enables the advanced use of cyber equities and platforms in CI operations, collections, and investigations. The instructor is required to maintain technical knowledge through participation in industry and government working groups and attendance at major technical conferences – and to bring that information into the classroom as course content.
You will serve as a Senior-Level CI SME/Instructor for the JCITA Cyber CI Curriculum.
You will develop and deliver advanced Counterintelligence in a cyber-environment course curriculum meeting stakeholder training requirements. Research of current adversary Training, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP) and implement appropriately into course curriculum. Provide input to organizational leadership in the development of Courses of Action (COA) to meet stakeholder requirements.
At least one of the following certifications is required:
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