Lead Analytic Tools COI Trainer and Developer
- Military veterans preferred
2020-10-08 SAIC (www.saic.com)
Annapolis Junction Maryland 20701 United States
Join SAIC, and help address the nation’s most pressing and complex challenges. SAIC works with our customers on missions that strengthen security and safety and protect the basic values of our society. We have an opening for a motivated, dedicated and energetic Trainer / curriculum developer to support one of our Programs within the Intelligence Community in Annapolis Junction, MD.
Team member will lead the development of and conduct customized training
classes including online materials, demonstrations, working or user groups, and
conferences for the AEA user community. Leads curriculum development activities
across product portfolios.
Position duties will include, but are not limited to:
Ability to lead a team
Plan and manage training plans for large programs
Assist users with learning tools and applying to workflow
Provide input to create AEA product packages in support of the user community
Create and present briefing materials for user community
Work with user community to identify training needs across the IC
Proactively engage customers to increase the user base across the tool suite
Perform Instructional Design applying select models and methodologies
Work with development teams to ensure accuracy of training materials
Assist in the development of technical training materials including online web-based training, distance learning presentations, training plans, courses, and training manuals
Evaluate training requirements for user community and assist with marketing initiatives to increase user base
Familiarity with multi-media and/or computer based (CBT) training support and products generation
Provide input on the best medium(s) and venue to convey trainings (i.e. CBT, VTC, in-person, working groups, micro-learnings, etc.)
Understanding of AEA tools and capabilities and product workflows in an operational setting • Excellent communication skills
Excellent oral and presentation skills
Ability to apply 508 compliance standards
TYPICAL EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelors and fifteen (15) years or more of related experience with at least six (6) years within the Intelligence Community; four (4) additional years of experience can be substituted for degree.
Hands-on experience with AEA or Intelligence Community (IC) tools and capabilities with a solid understanding of product workflows in an operational setting preferred.