Collection Management Instructor
Intelligence Instructor. The contractor shall collaboratively produce and present
timely, relevant training courses on intelligence topics of interest impacting USCENTCOM
Directorate of Intelligence garrison personnel and CENTCOM AOR. Create, conduct and
document training needs surveys. Research, design and develop training courseware for steady state, crisis/surge environments. Build an annual schedule of course offerings for inclusion in the organization’s overall fiscal year course calendar. Produce trip reports following mobile training team events or other temporary duty assignments, inputs for the weekly activity report (WAR), weekly division staff meeting slides, quarterly and annual History reports, and ad hoc training studies and reports. Manage student course enrollment and completion status, including prerequisites, using the organization’s Learning Management System. Conduct student security clearance checks for non-CENTCOM students, request security clearance passage for non- CENTCOM students, and request security policy exceptions for non-cleared students. Create and update course descriptions for catalog and organization's Learning Management System; and attend and supply training program effort updates at periodic and ad hoc branch meetings. The Contractor shall achieve initial instructor certification and complete annual instructor recertification. Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Instructor support. Produces and
presents training specifically on ISR topics to include Collection Management. Additionally,
produces and presents training on a variety of intelligence computer systems and applications including but not limited to ISR operations such as analysis, message handling, data basing, and analytic production.
Required Skills Bachelor’s degree or equivalent and 2 or more years of related experience as a collection manager. Basic operating knowledge of MS Office Software; basic knowledge of how applications, user interfaces, databases, and overall systems relate to each other