CACI International NE Curriculum Developer, Secret Clearance, 29 Palms CA in Twentynine Palms, California
The NE Curriculum Developer will provide subject matter expertise with respect to understanding, identifying, and targeting threat networks that are engaged in supporting and conducting attacks against operational units via the use of IED and other asymmetric means. Develop curriculum and instruction for NE with the Systems Approach to Training and Education (SATE), relevant T&R Manuals, and MCO 1553.2B. Develop formal Programs of Instruction (POIs) and the requisite Master Lesson File, Instructor Guides, Student Handouts, and course materials. Adhere to the SATE and all applicable Marine Corps and TECOM orders and directives that pertain to curriculum development and instruction. Ensure that all curricula are developed properly and best support the operational requirements of the Operating Forces and student learning. Curriculum objectives are based on meeting the most relevant operational needs of the Marine Corps. Coordinate with the Marine Corps Tactics and Operations Group (MCTOG) staff and other NE SMEs to conduct the technical and procedural evaluation of training materials and programs ensuring NE concepts are weaved into existing and applicable POIs (e.g., TMIC and IMLOG).
· Develop training materials for complete, full length courses, or major course units of comparable scope.
· Review existing training materials and determine currency and relevance.
· Develop and maintain curriculum that provides analysis and targeting of IED networks and other asymmetric threats and analyze requests for information and requests for support to identify service knowledge or capability gaps.
· Develop and maintain curriculum on the use of all organic and non-organic enablers and intelligence information streams to effectively plan CIED operations, target IED and asymmetric threats, and assess the success of the operations.
· Develop, maintain, and update Programs of Instruction (POIs) to include Enabling Learning Objectives (ELOs) and Terminal Learning Objectives (TLOs).
· Create testing material and assessment criteria.
· Prepare course manuals, workbooks, handouts, completion certificates, and course critique forms.
· Maintain close coordination with NE Staff Trainers and Standardization Analysts to incorporate emerging techniques into curricula.
· Work closely with instructor cadres to aid efficient delivery of required subject matter.
· Deliver classroom instruction as needed.
· Perform ongoing coordination as needed with various offices within the supported command, with the goal of ensuring understanding and appreciation for the mission, operations, and MCTOG NE training mission.
· Keep the TECOM G3/5/7 CIED Section and MCTOG Future Operations Section appraised through briefings and written material of any plan, action, or interest that has special significance or anticipated impact requiring their personal attention.
· Conduct instruction per schedule.
· Bachelor’s degree is required and 15 years minimum of military experience is required, 20 plus years of experience is preferred. A Master’s degree in a relevant field (e.g., strategic studies, international relations) is preferred.
· Graduate of Marine Corps EWS (resident or non-resident) (previously Amphibious Warfare School) or other service equivalent.
· Graduate of Marine Corps Command and Staff College (CSC) or other service equivalent required.
· Must be a former military officer or senior staff NCO with operations and training experience; USMC background is preferred.
· Served in key billet within unit level operations required.
· One or more deployments to expeditionary or contingency operations is required. Deployments to OIF/OEF is preferred.
· Service on senior military staff and experience conducting Joint and Marine Corps Planning Processes—both deliberate and rapid planning processes – is required.
· Experience in Joint planning, doctrine and operations.
· Experience with Interagency and other governmental entities to include elements of Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) is required. Experience with Joint Exercise community is a plus.
US-Twentynine Palms-CA-TWENTY NINE PALMS
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