FSA Instructor-Facilitator Level 4
IC-CAP LLC is a Woman Owned / HUBZone Small Business working in the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community. We are always looking for highly talented, energetic, and dynamic professionals that are interested in protecting the defense of our nation.
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We are looking to fill this position at the following location(s):
- Springfield, VA
FSA Instructor-Facilitator Level 4:
Overall Assignment Description:
Instructor-Facilitator to support the Leadership and Supervisory Learning Solutions Program. Experienced instructor required to perform the duties listed below. Please note that travel to all NGA locations to include Extended Learning Sites (ELS) is required to instruct Supervisory, Leadership, and Professional Development Training.
Ability to instruct and facilitate a course for adult learners (Instructor led and on-line)
Ability to create curriculum and conduct curriculum maintenance
Ability to adjust curriculum and develop new curriculum based on stakeholder, student feedback, and market research across the DoD, Intelligence Community and industry
Ability to anticipate and meet the needs of the Leadership and Supervisory Learning Solutions Program.
At least 24 months demonstrated experience in Course Development.
At least 24 months demonstrated experience in curriculum maintenance.
At least 36 months demonstrated experience instructing of adult learners.
At least 36 months demonstrated experience supervising persons and leading teams.
Experience supporting Leadership, Supervisory and Professional Development Programs.
Demonstrated experience within the Intelligence Community
Instructional Systems Design (ISD) experience
Demonstrated experience with NGA Human Development Policies and Procedures
Develop and maintain and curriculum for the Leadership and Supervisory Learning Solutions Program.
Provide support for the implementation of training.
Remain knowledgeable of the NGA organizational structure, mission, vision, goals and core values; and have knowledge about the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community structures.
Serve as a Subject Matter Expert for curriculum development and curriculum maintenance.
Knowledge of the STAR method to explain the situation, the task, the actions you took and their result. Using this method helps you provide specific examples in clear, comprehensive and explanatory answers that demonstrate your experience and abilities.
Familiarity with the elements of critical thinking.
Knowledge of the CCAR method to allow students to tell their story in an interesting and compelling way to showcase their accomplishments by describing the challenge, including context, focusing on the action and describing the results.
Serve as an instructor for Supervisory, Leadership, and Professional Development Training and work to define, develop and instruct relevant course material.
Stay current and abreast of changing technical and mission requirements across the Agency and where appropriate incorporate these updates into curriculum.
Provide outstanding customer service to all stakeholders and customers.
Execute Pre and Post Course Functions and tasks associated with program.
Setup each classroom in the appropriate configuration, supplies, and course materials (Coordinating with site contract, if applicable); Package course materials for each participant on the roster.
Duplicate and collate student materials as needed; Pick up roster, evaluations and name tents and deliver them to the classrooms; Return the classroom to order and recycle materials for next course.
Maintain frequent and relevant communication with supervisors throughout the agency; Conduct on-line web-based supervisory courses and conduct training through Blackboard.
Support the on-going improvement of the Supervisory, Leadership, and Professional Development Program by conducting lessons learned with adjunct instructors, and updating training materials monthly.
Respond to student inquiries in a timely manner and follow-up with the Government Lead Instructor or Program Manager.
Other duties as required to assure successful completion of the course:
Expected to travel on weekends and holiday to meet class schedule. Travel required (prior to commencement) to support mission task. Travel includes OCONUS, (Germany and Hawaii, United Kingdom, and Australia).