Job Number: R0055800
Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division InstructorThe Challenge:
Critical decisions are made every single day in the military. What if you could use your analytical skills to help them make informed decisions? With all the information available today, it takes a skilled analyst to know how to find and interpret the best data to give their clients the right answers. As a(n) intelligence analyst and instructor, you use your specialized functional experience and your attention to detail to develop intelligence products, analytic assessments, training plans, and lesson plans to give your client the actionable intelligence, context, and training they need. If you have strong analytical skills and a problem-solving mindset, we have an opportunity to use those skills to support our warfighters.
As an intelligence analyst and instructor on our team, you’ll help your client understand where their training gaps are and how to help solve them through engaging student-centric learning. Using your understanding of various collection platforms, you’ll explore opportunities to facilitate training for new data sources, build effective queries, and combine information from multiple data sources. You’ll validate information and apply client tradecraft as you build assessments for warfighters. As the authority on Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division (ISRD) you’ll focus on training, your client will look to you for time critical recommendations, often under pressure. This is a chance to grow your expertise, develop new skills in intelligence analysis and instruction and share your methodologies with other analysts. We focus on growing as a team to deliver the best support to our customers, so you’ll have resources for mentoring and learning new skills and tools. You’ll apply knowledge of the US Air Force's Air and Space Operations Center (AOC) weapon system to develop instructional materials, provide instruction, hands-on training, and other related activities to USAF technicians participating in this mission set. You’ll prepare and present AOC- and ISRD-specific training, including intelligence knowledge and expertise, performance development, training documentation, and other training activities, as directed. You’ll provide instruction, develop training materials, maintain training materials, and assist documentation processes and other related activities. Join us as we provide the right information at the right time to support the critical needs of our warfighters.
Empower change with us.
Build Your Career:
At Booz Allen, we know the power of analytics and intelligence. When you join Booz Allen, we’ll help you develop the career you want.
Challenging projects – Whether training analysts on military equipment through VR technology; developing a simulation capability to allow teams to rehearse missions together; or integrating RFID tags into mobile devices to enable data access within a geo parameter, you’ll get to solve some of the world’s toughest problems
Meaningful work – Use your skills to empower change. Your work will keep citizens and warfighters safe and well both at home and abroad
State-of-the-art technology – Broaden your intelligence capabilities with digital forensics, telematics, precision navigation, secure mobile operations, and advanced analytics
New skills – In-house experts and partnerships with tech leaders, like Nvidia and Splunk, mean you can get practical experience with advanced GPU technologies, cyber security, and data science
Room to grow – You’ll be inspired to grow your career while making your ideas a reality thanks to new opportunities across the U.S. and abroad, encouraging mentors, and collaborative colleagues
-8 years of experience with Air Force intelligence, having achieved a Combat Mission Ready or Mission Ready status in a primary duty position
-5 years of experience with supporting site-specific ISRD or a similar mission-type above wing level or in direct support from the operational level
-Experience with training management
-Experience with applicable Air Force Instructions, AFTTP 3-1 documents, and other unit training references
-Ability to complete instructor training successfully as directed by the host unit
-AA or AS degree
Nice If You Have:
-Experience with Combat ISRD, either deployed or from home-station preferred
-Ability to work on a distributed team
-BA or BS degree
-Instructional Design Certification
-Air Force Instructor Certification or equivalent
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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