Cyber Security Instructor
•Instruct, prepare, review, provide curriculum development support, and update program documentation in support of all CyberCoE, IA Security Courses. This task is required to support the Army CIO/G6 requirements for training and certification of IAT and IAM Level I, II and III, IA personnel per DoD 8570.01-M or current regulation. (https://ia.signal.army.mil/docs/857001m.pdf).
•Provide approved IA instruction and apply the current program of instruction (POI) in each of the following courses: CISSP, CASP, Security+, Net+, A+, CEH, CISM, CNDC, SNORT, Network Security, and other IA/CS policy and accreditation based courses.
•Perform classroom instruction and maintain instructor certification (in accordance with Army and Ft Gordon instructor certification & evaluation criteria) to instruct various CSB courses and evaluate student performances using TRADOC-approved Instructional methodology
•Perform duties as an US government civilian, and defense contractor for related CSB courses conducted in-residence at CLC facilities, or as a member of a MTT, or at other locations as identified by the PWS.
•Collaborate with current government personnel to establish acceptable instructor practices and student evaluation criteria.
•Stay current with required industry certifications and provide current copies of certifications as requested.
•Manage and maintain accountability of the classroom presentation equipment and classroom furniture as prescribed in TRADOC Pamphlet 350-70-4, FG policies, and/or local SOP e.g. identify furniture or equipment issues and report them to proper personnel.
•Maintain established classroom security requirements and procedures as prescribed in TRADOC Pamphlet 350-70-4, FG policies, and/or local SOP.
•Report all issues as soon as identified. •Install and/or operate classroom control software on classroom IT equipment.
•Stand, bend and stoop for long periods of time, while delivering and assisting students with training materials.
•Conduct training indoors and outdoors.
•Provide students with evaluation sheets, administer and enforce test control standards, and conduct testing in subjects taught, to include grading of exams, evaluation of results, recording of exam result, and administer student critiques for courses.
•When involved with a curriculum development effort, develop new tests associated with the new curriculum.
•Maintain and report student attendance, records, and statistics as prescribed in TRADOC Pamphlet 350-70-4, FG policies, and/or local SOP.
•Evaluate students and report academic concerns when warranted by classroom performance. •Audit and edit all developed courseware for accuracy, completeness, flow, balance, and clarity of understanding.
•Evaluate student critiques, review and modify all lessons, material, labs, and instruction to ensure impartation of the maximum amount of value in the minimum amount of time.
•Develop, research, provide and maintain new and existing IA courseware. i.e. briefings, handouts, study guides, evaluations and progress checks, exercises, instructor-training materials and lesson plans.
•Provide supervision, planning timelines for development, revision, administration or instruction of various CSB related courseware and material within the government specified timeframe, i.e. time to task schedules, milestones to completion, progress reports, limitations or constraints.
•Review current programs of instruction and Lesson Plans quarterly together with other pertinent documents, e.g. student handouts, slides, practical exercises, in order to revise, create, or update the documentation and curriculum to reflect current or emerging course needs.
•Make all changes to training products (hard or digital) upon review and approval and return documents for final review.
•Collect, maintain, and analyze student and customer feedback on CSB courses, instructors, material, and/or curriculum. Maintain, analyze, and modify critique question and format.
•Attend meetings and conferences. Submit all meeting/conference notes, handouts, and material obtained no later than (NLT) five (5) days after meeting/conference.
•Work with Government personnel to develop courseware prerequisites.Provide courseware in a fixed or mobile environment.
•Modify POI or lesson plans and provide a planning timeline for research, technical analysis, development, revision, administration, approved instruction of CSB courses and related courseware, and evaluation.
•Identify, evaluate and recommend benefit of new courses, training material and information technology for inclusion in the CSB courses and related courseware. •Ensure that that a sufficient number of instructors are present during all class instruction to maintain the Instructor-to-Student (ITS) ratio.
• Travel: 25% CONUS and OCONUS Position Requirements
•Possess and maintain a valid passport. •Possess and maintain a valid driver's license
•Be Instructor qualified: possess Instructor Training Course (ITC) or Army Basic Instructor Course (ABIC). ITC/ABIC certification must be less than five (5) years old. All personnel not properly ITC/ABIC qualified will have to successfully complete the course upon award of contract . All related cost for certification shall be the responsibility of the vendor.
•Possess a minimum of four (4) years of experience within the preceding six (6) years experience instructing IA courses and/or worked directly in the career field during four (4) of the preceding six (6) years.
•Possess skills/knowledge of performing office automation work that includes word processing, electronic mail, spreadsheets, and other personal computer applications; typing a variety of materials from rough draft into final form including narrative and tabular materiale.g. correspondence, reports, and forms; maintaining training records, historical records, survey results, reference library of training catalogs, regulations and other miscellaneous publications; establishing and maintaining office functional files and reference files; PC support skills related to installing, configuring and repairing; ability to research and resolve problems using a variety of resources and tools; knowledge management applications e.g. SharePoint, Army training requirements and resources system (ATRRS), and Blackboard.
•Possess advanced presentation speaking skills (e.g. tailoring content and delivery for different audiences, presenting confidently to large or small groups, and using more creative approaches to presenting).
•Possess experience with Army-standard desktop applications and configurations e.g. daily reporting programs, Army Gold Master (AGM) configurations. Required Certifications:
Instructors teaching the following courses must possess the certifications as noted below:
INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION CRITERIA COURSE REQUIRED CERTIFICATION
ISC2 Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) ISC2 CISSP
CompTIA (CASP) CompTIA CASP
CompTIA Security+ 401 (SEC+) CompTIA Security+ 401 (SEC+)
CompTIA Network+ (NET+) CompTIA Network+ (NET+)
CompTIA A+ (A+) CompTIA A+ (A+)
Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) CISM
Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Computer Network Defense Analyst (CND- A) OR Computer Network Infrastructure Support (CND-IS) OR Computer Network Defense Incident Responder (CND-IR) OR Computer Network Defense Auditor (CND-AU)
Network Management System (NMS) CompTIA Security+ 401 (SEC+), CompTIA Network+ (NET+)
Policy Class Experience
Network Security CompTIA Security+ 401 (SEC+), CompTIA Network+ (NET+)
Computer Network Defense Course (CNDC) Computer Network Defense Analyst (CND- A) OR Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support (CND-IS) OR Computer Network Defense Incident Responder (CND-IR) OR Computer Network Defense Auditor (CND-AU)
•Instructor Qualified - Instructor Training Course or Army Basic Instructor Course (ITC/ABIC); ITC/ABIC certification must be less than five (5) years old
Clearance Required: SECRET
RLM Communications, Inc. is an organization that is focused on meeting and exceeding the needs of our external and internal customers. We offer attractive compensation packages,career advancement opportunities and generous benefits in a professional and supportive work environment. We value teamwork, relationships, performance, diversity and ethics. We believe in recruiting talented personnel and pride ourselves in having developed a loyal workforce committed to customer satisfaction and corporate success.
RLM Benefits include, but are not limited to: Health, Vision, Dental, Life Insurance; 401(k) Retirement Plan; Education Reimbursement; Paid Vacation, Sick and Personal Time Off; and Long/Short term Disability.
At RLM we are continuously striving to improve our personnel, processes, products and performance; epitomizing the corporate motto," Always Aiming for Excellence".
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Fort Gordon, GA
Mon, 27 Mar 2017 10:42:05 PDT