What’s your mission? Provide training to the Intelligence Community (IC) workforce and to maintain existing course content for currency and relevancy. You will employ both classroom instruction and alternative delivery methods for students located at Ft. Washington, MD and, possibly, temporarily at other CONUS/OCONUS locations as deem necessary to the mission.
More About the Role:
What's a typical day look like? You will prepare and present classroom lectures and assist in TSEC curriculum modernization. Use blended learning technologies, deliver training on the knowledge and skills required for conducting compliant, effective, and efficient TSCM training. Work with course developers to ensure the correct information and best teaching methodologies are used.
You’ll Bring These Qualifications:
A current TS/SCI clearance with polygraph
A minimum of 8-years of applied practical experience in Federal Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) OR Technical Surveillance Activities (TSA) in the last 10-years
A Bachelor’s degree in Education and Training OR a minimum of 5-years of experience teaching adults
Experience in at least two of the following TSEC subdiscipline requirements: Technical Surveillance Technology: 5-years’ experience in Technical Surveillance technology and techniques; Component Detection Technology: 5-years' experience in defensive component detection technology and techniques; Radio Frequency Technology: 5-years' experience in Radio Frequency technology and techniques; Telephony Technology: 5-years' experience in digital telephony technology and techniques; Computer Technology: 5-years' experience in computer and network technology and techniques including system administration, network security, hardware, and software OR a bachelor’s degree in computer science or information system management; TSCM and Preparations Training: 5-years' experience in TSCM technology and techniques OR a bachelor’s degree in technology, electrical engineering, communications or computer science.
In lieu of direct experience with the aforementioned TSEC subdisciplines, you must possess a bachelor's degree in technology electrical engineering, communications or computer science
These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have:
Level 3 Technician Certification 8570
What We Can Offer You:
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