Location: St. Louis, MO, US
Job Number: R0068092
Imagery Analysis Trainer and InstructorKey Role:
Deliver in-resident and distance learning instructional programs in accordance with course requirements. Use instructional methods, including guided discussions, lectures, demonstrations, small group exercises, seminars, workshops, and laboratories. Employ instructional technology in instruction and training, including Blackboard. Conduct assessment strategy in accordance with the course design, including instructor observation, testing, grading, and providing formal and informal student feedback. Apply subject matter expertise throughout the curriculum creation process, including content review and feedback to development staff. Teach instructional courses and leverage expertise in developing and delivering technical training and educational courses in academic, commercial, government, or industrial organizations. Leverage subject matter expertise in geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) sciences, technology, and data science.
-Experience as an instructor or trainer in GEOINT and in one of the following fields: LIDAR, OPIR, photogrammetric, radar, spectral, or thermal infrared imagery science
-Experience in the government operating environment within the IC, DoD, NGA, NSG, or ASG
-Knowledge of GEOINT tradecraft and learning
-TS/SCI clearance required; willingness to take a polygraph exam
-BA or BS degree and 5 years of experience in instruction, science, and technology, MA or MS degree and 3 years of experience in instruction, science, and technology, or 20 years of experience in instruction, science, and technology in lieu of a degree
-Experience as an in-resident and distance learning instructor for a USG agency
-MS degree in Science
-Course instruction or teaching certification
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; TS/SCI clearance is required.
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