Attache Training Program Instructor (ATP)
Illuminate seeks an exceptionally qualified Attache Training Program (ATP) Instructor with a TS/SCI clearance to support the Defense Intelligence Agency's Joint Military Attache School (JMAS). The JMAS ATP Instructor will provide Defense Attache Service expertise for course development, instruction (both large group lecture style and small group seminars), and student mentorship in all the disciplines of Defense Attache Service operations. Illuminate supports the US national security community and its allies with a wide range of analytic and cyber effect solutions that accelerate informed decision made in the telephony, IP messaging, cyber, and multi-source arenas. Our customers require insight from the endless volume and variety of data to make critical, high integrity decisions at mission speed. We are an innovative solutions company striving to be a global leader in multi-source data collection, predictive analysis and mobile/network surveillance (4G/5G) and assurance, from the Edge of Collection to the Core of Exploitation, Tactical to Strategic, Endpoint to the Enterprise.Attache Training Program Instructor (ATP) shall perform the following activities in support of JMAS:Be able to instruct with authority over the entire range of Defense Attache Service topics.Design, publish and present instructional lessons for JMAS students.Serve as Course Directors, when designated, to administer, evaluate, synchronize, and manage blocks of instruction in the ATP curriculum in accordance with established JMAS and ATP procedures.Serve as Primary Points of Contact for JMAS Off-Site exercises, when designated. Responsible for direct coordination with outside agencies, synchronizing schedules, maintaining a current list of all contact information for all Points of Contact and agencies supporting the exercise, and keep them updated and readily available on the shared electronic filing system. Review and adjust all exercise-related materials (letters, FLO handouts, documents, Earlybirds, etc) before each class iteration. Coordinate with exercise Role Players and JMAS Faculty attending the exercise before each exercise iteration, evaluate the performance of the Role Players and provide them, the respective contractor lead, and JMAS COR with feedback. Conduct a faculty after-action review within 24 hours of the end of the exercise. Maintain the exercise folder in accordance with JMAS policy and procedures.Provide off-station faculty support for approximately ten days three times per year in support of an Attache Training Program exercise in Florida or other venue as deemed appropriate by the Commandant.Perform all other instructor functions related to the administration, design, delivery, execution, and maintenance of assigned training blocks and program duties, as assignedCoordinate guest lecturers and ensure that their materials and presentations meet JMAS standards.Fully understand and actively support the academic accreditation process administered by the Council on Occupational Education (COE). This includes attendance at JMAS curriculum reviews.Fully understand the procedures set forth by the International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET) with regard to JMAS being designated as an "Authorized Provider" of Continuing Education Units (CEUs).Required Qualifications:Be a graduate of the Joint Military Attache School's Attache Training Program or Attache Staff Training ProgramHave at a minimum one complete and successful tour of duty as an Attache, Defense Liaison Officer/Assistant Defense Attache, Operations Coordinator, Operations NCO, or Operations Assistant in the Defense Attache Service.All instructors will complete EQ-i 2.0 and 360 Emotional Quotient Inventory Certification Training course after employment. Equal employment opportunity employer: All employment decisions shall be made without regard to age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, citizenship status or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law. Illuminate is committed to providing veteran employment opportunities to our service men and women. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, as a condition of employment, Illuminate requires all employees to be fully vaccinated. An employee is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving the second dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine or one week after receiving a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine. All newly hired employees will be required to provide proof of vaccination on their first day of employment.