SIGINT Analysis Instructors - Experienced: Network Exploitation Target Analysis (GA and HI) / Foreign Malign Influence (Maryland)

National Security Agency   Fort Meade, MD   Full-time     Education
Posted on February 9, 2024
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RESPONSIBILITIES
NSA is hiring for two Instructor roles, Network Analysis (NETA) Instructors at the NSA Georgia and NSA Hawaii locations and a Foreign Malign Influence (FMI) Instructor at the NSA Fort Meade, MD location. 1) NETA Instructor SIGINT Analysis Instructors employ the latest principles of adult learning and SIGINT Analysis to design, develop and deliver classroom instruction using advanced technology and multimedia, as well as adapting blended and flipped classroom techniques for beginning through advanced level SIGINT Analysis in order to provide training to a worldwide workforce. They also partner with individuals in academia, the public and private sectors, and other governmental agencies to develop and refine training components, participate in decision-making policy and craft guidelines to enhance their training and performance assessment on the individual and program levels. Our instructor cadre is encouraged to continue professional development to enhance existing skills and knowledge or expertise through training related research or course work and through participation and presentations at conferences, seminars and workshops and other fora. 2) FMI Instructor Seeking a multi-disciplined professional with mission experience to design, develop, and deliver methodology and operational content in Foreign Malign Influence (FMI). Applicant will serve as an instructor and subject matter expert (SME) in Intelligence Analysis, Cyber, International Relations, Information Analysis, or related fields. The FMI Instructor, in collaboration with the FMI Curriculum Manager, will be required to coordinate with mission stakeholders to validate training requirements and identify training gaps.
SKILLS
Preferred Qualifications for NETA Instructor: - Experience as a TDNA/DNEA - At least 3-5 years SIGINT experience and in-depth knowledge and use of a wide-range of analytical tools. - Have demonstrated skills in teaming, collaboration and mentorship - Experience as a Multi-Disciplined Language Analyst (MDLA) is also a plus - Should have at least 2 years' experience in network analysis. Preferred Qualifications for FMI Instructor: - Bachelor's degree or equivalent in fields such as Political Science, Economics, History, International Studies, Knowledge Management, or Library Science - Prefer minimum of eight years of experience with activities that significantly cover both countering FMI and countering malicious activities in the cyber and physical domains. - Considerable knowledge of key US foreign policy and national security objectives. - Familiarity with foreign malign influence targeting election security and counter threats is a plus.
PAY BENEFITS & WORK SCHEDULE
Pay: Salary offers are based on candidates' education level and years of experience relevant to the position and also take into account information provided by the hiring manager/organization regarding the work level for the position. Salary Range: $72,553 - $191,900 (Full Performance, Senior, Expert) Salary range varies by location, work level, and relevant experience to the position. This position is hiring for Georgia, Hawaii, and Maryland. On the job training, internal NSA courses, and external training will be made available based on the need and experience of the selectee. Benefits: NSA offers excellent benefits to include relocation assistance, flexible work schedules, generous leave programs, paid personal fitness time, training and continuing education classes, health and life insurance, Federal Thrift Savings Plan (TSP), and a Federal retirement plan. Work Schedule: This is a full-time position, Monday - Friday, with basic 8 hr/day work requirement between 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. (flexible).
POSITION SUMMARY
A highly-skilled work force like NSA continually needs professional educators and training experts to advance our employees' career development.
HOW TO APPLY
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