Geospatial Analysis Instructor with Podium Experience

Geospatial Analysis (GA) instructor with Podium Experience

This program requires Geospatial Analysis (GA) instructors to develop and deliver basic, intermediate, and advanced geospatial analysis training classes to government agencies and Department of Defense (DoD). The successful candidate will work as part of a team of contract and government geospatial analysis and imagery instructors to combine the applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), ArcGIS, ArcMAP and ERDAS with other intelligence sources. The instructor will teach the application of GIS techniques and instruct on the theory, techniques, procedures, and sensors used to produce digital and hardcopy geospatial intelligence products. Instructor duties include development and revision of GIS courses, conduct on-podium instruction of developed courseware, management of students and classroom work and activities. The candidate will also help create new course curriculum in conjunction with government analysts, management, and members of the IC. The instructor will teach and maintain the following courses: Fundamentals of GIS, Intermediate GIS for Analysts, Geodatabase Design and Maintenance, Advanced GIS using Modeling, and Advanced GIS using Scripting. Assist in the instruction of Spatial Thinking and Human Geography.

Minimum Education and Experience Bachelor’s Degree and 8 years work experience or equivalent experience Required Skills and Education Required education: Bachelor Degree or four additional years of experience in lieu of a degree

Minimum of 2 years experience as an on-podium trainer/instructor for class sizes up to 20 personnel

Proven working knowledge of agencies within the IC and the Department of Defense (DoD).

Demonstrate working knowledge of the principle applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), ArcGIS, Arc Map and ERDAS.

Proven excellent writing and briefing skills with the ability to convey course materials clearly and concisely

Proven experience with the MS Office suite of tools

Minimum of 2 years experience as an on-podium trainer/instructor for class sizes up to 20 personnel

Knowledge of Instructional Systems Design (ISD) as well as knowledge in the development and implementation of course materials, and how to make those course materials ISD compliant.

Experience with training in a military or Intelligence Community environment.

Knowledge and understanding of GIS and GEOINT analysis to be able to answer questions from course attendees and participants.

Preferred Skills and Education Knowledge of SOCET Set or SOCET GXP

Knowledge of Falcon View and soft copy imagery software such (e.g. Remote View)

Experience in creating presentations, briefings, and geospatial products for demonstration purposes

About BAE Systems Intelligence & Security BAE Systems is a premier global defense and security company with approximately 90,000 employees delivering a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support and services.

Information Solutions, based in Reston, Virginia, is among the 10 largest IT providers to the U.S. government, serving most of the federal defense and civilian marketplace. It provides network-centric command, control, computing, and intelligence (C3I) solutions; wideband networking radio systems; information systems for the U.S. intelligence community; geospatial information services; and information technology services. Leveraging its knowledge of signals and data derived from signals, Information Solutions has attained a market-leading position in advanced information technology research, intelligence analysis and production, and geospatial exploitation software.

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