SAIC is seeking a highly skilled Curriculum Developer in support of our Ooverseas Prosecutorial Development Assistance and Training Program (OPDAT) with our Department of Justice (DoJ) contract. The duties and responsibilities of the Curriculum Developer include but are not limited to the following:
Provide expert guidance in the design of substantive training programs for adult learners and refine curriculum in response to rapidly evolving concepts with a focus on counterterrorism and transnational criminal justice topics for OPDAT assistance programs funded by the Department of State.
Create core curricula focused on counterterrorism and transnational criminal justice topics to be used with foreign criminal justice practitioners that includes, among other things, a case-based approach and adult learning techniques.
Collaborate with relevant subject matter experts for purposes of developing core curricula and any additional materials to promote learning and retention of information related to counterterrorism and related criminal justice topics.
Consult with all levels of OPDAT management, headquarters personnel, field staff, as well as, with other federal agencies/departments, and with foreign, NGO and commercial organizations on training concepts.
Provide guidance of requirements for budget purposes and participate in determining the training budget for overseas programming.
This is a non-instructional position.
Occasional overseas travel will be required
Education & Experience:
15 – 20 years of experience with demonstrated background in procurement, administration, personnel and/or financial management in the private or public sector
Bachelors Degree in relevant field. E
Bachelors Degree in relevant field. Educational and senior management requirements may be substituted by additional years of law enforcement experience or overseas development experience.
4 – 6 years working overseas Government contracting opportunities
Experience designing training plans for large scale programs for adult learners; developing curriculum for classroom style instruction and interactive training and remote learning; revising courses and training materials for accuracy, timeliness, and consistency; and developing and implementing recommendations for curriculum improvement
Must be a U.S. citizen
Master’s degree preferred
Experience designing training plans and curricula for foreign assistance projects
Experience developing curriculum for prosecutorial or investigative case-based learning