The Intelligence Group at Leidos currently has an opening for a Multi-INT Program Developer/Course Trainer to work with the staff at National Intelligence University, Bethesda, MD. This is an exciting new position to assist the Office of Director of National Intelligence create a new program to better enable Intelligence Community analysts with multi-INT collection knowledge and capabilities.
Multi-INT Collection Education Program will assist the ODNI/MPAC in developing a cadre of IC and DoD officers trained in multi-INT collection capabilities, systems, and strategy. Multi-INT education course content would include: 1) Multi-INT Collection Concepts: Develop strategies that optimize collection across agencies and INTs and most effectively answer key intelligence questions, 2) Policies and drivers: Determine how to work within the boundaries of the foundational policies underpinning (and potentially limiting) collection for each agency to achieve collection goals, 3) Agency Missions & Perspectives: Articulate differences and similarities between the various missions (e.g., National, DoD, and law enforcement) and agency perspectives to aid effective communications between agencies, 4) INT-specific Knowledge: Define INT-specific terminology and capabilities in order to optimize cross-INT, cross-mission collaboration for both national technical means and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems, 5) Collection capabilities in a multi-INT environment: Identify appropriate collection capabilities and determine the optimal application of those capabilities in the development of multi-INT strategies.
This position falls under the Leidos Cases II Task Order 2 contract. This contract provides the Intelligence Community and other federal and Allied intelligence partners with classroom and online courses such as Analysis 101, Analysis 201, Structured Analytic Tradecraft, National Intelligence Priorities Framework, and Ombudsman training.
The contractor would be required to: Conduct a comprehensive review of existing courses for use in Multi-INT education program development and develop or assemble materials to fill gaps where no existing courses are identified. Develop a Multi-INT education course in line with NIU Curriculum Working Group requirements. Prepare course materials such as syllabi, lecture and discussion materials, readings and assignments, assessments and exams, and learning resources. Obtain approval of course curriculum from DMI/MPAC and from NIU's Education Council. Teach the course as required within NIU's course scheduling process. Create course assessment plans and reports; implement and enforce appropriate learning standards and rigor, and use outcome assessment data for course curricular and program improvement. Supervise or serve as reader on at least three master degree thesis per academic year that would benefit from the inclusion of multi-INT strategies, Support the development of a future NIU Multi-INT graduate certificate program that expands on the foundation of a multi-INT education course.
Masters degree with 10 - 13 years of prior relevant experience. 10-12 years of experience in the Intelligence Community as an analyst. Must be able to obtain and maintain a TS/SCI Clearance with poly. Experience with instructional design and assessment.
Preferably a terminal degree (e.g. Ph.D., Ed.D, J.D.) from an accredited college or university, with a specialization in international affairs, regional studies, history, a methodology-related field, or education. 15-20 years of all-source analytical experience in the Intelligence Community.
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