All Candidates must have both Active TS/SCI
EDUCATION: Master’s degree in area of expertise plus 3 years of relevant experience, OR Bachelor’s degree in area of expertise plus 5 years of relevant experience, OR 20 years of relevant experience. The experience must align with work role categories.
Five years of relevant instructor experience.
Degree from an accredited state or federal maritime academy, the U.S. Naval Academy, or the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. Education must include successful completion of U.S Merchant Marine Third Mate’s License requirements from the U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Office or Officer of the Deck Underway Qualifications from the U.S. Navy or U.S. Coast Guard.
Or experience as navigator aboard a U.S. Commercial or military vessel whileserving in a navigation capacity using NGA Maritime Products.
The INSTRUCTOR must meet the competency requirements in Applicable Document 9.11, Maritime Analysis Competency Guides, for a Maritime Analyst work role with skills at or higher than intermediate skills. Applicable Document 9.15 will indicate the required number and skill level of each Collection INSTRUCTOR.
The INSTRUCTOR should have documented experience within the last 36 months acquiring, analyzing, and disseminating maritime safety information to populate and update nautical databases, charts, and publications.
The INSTRUCTOR should have understanding ofthe duties fulfill NGA’s Maritime Safety Office obligations under U.S. Code Title 10, Federal and international laws, regulations, and national security.
Possess a working knowledge of the application of GIS and analysis of geospatial data to solve intelligence problems that may face the DoD or the Intelligence Community.
Delivers in-resident and distributed learning instructional programs in accordance with course requirements. Uses instructional methods such as, guided discussions, lectures, demonstrations, small group exercises, seminars, workshops, and laboratories. Uses instructional technology, including but not limited to Blackboard.
Conducts assessment strategy in accordance with the course design, including instructor observation, testing, and grading.
Provides formal and informal student feedback.
Provides subject matter expertise throughout the curriculum creation process, including content review and feedback to development staff. Relevant instructional experience includes, but is not limited to, experience developing and delivering technical training and educational courses in academic, commercial, government, or industrial organizations. Relevant subject matter expertise (INSTRUCTOR) experience includes, but is not limited to, experience in technical field as described in the Instructor technical competency requirements by Work Role
Fundamentals of Geospatial Analysis, Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems, Geospatial Analysis Technical Workshop: Temporal Data Analysis & Visualization, Intermediate GIS for Analysis, Geodatabase Design and Maintenance, Advanced GIS Analysis Using Models, Advanced GIS Analysis Using Scripts, Introduction to Metadata, Geospatial Metadata Application Workshop, Basic GEOINT Analysis: Asymmetric Warfare, Imagery Analyst Fundamentals (IAF) Program, and Infrastructure Imagery Fundamentals
Job Type: Full-time
- Teaching: 5 years (Preferred)
- instructor observation, testing, and grading: 5 years (Required)
- Temporal Data Analysis & Visualization: 1 year (Required)
- GIS: 1 year (Preferred)
- instructor: 5 years (Required)
- solve intelligence problems that may face the DoD or IC: 1 year (Required)
- assessment strategy in accordance with the course design: 1 year (Required)
- Military: 1 year (Preferred)
- Master’s (Preferred)
- Both Active TS/SCI (Required)