Language Course Developer 1

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The Language Course Developer shall research, identify and develop language training materials/content for new cryptologic language courses and update existing course materials to meet NSA/CSS language training requirements. Use blended learning techniques which may include a combination of eLearning tools, lectures, classroom discussions, team exercises, readings, case studies, role-plays, and demonstrations of required skills through work-related tasks in accordance with Government guidance. Develop training materials to enable the use of various teaching methods to provide maximum effectiveness and flexibility.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.
Team with other Government and Contractor language instructors and developers;
Clarify and document customer requirements, course objectives and language level of materials;
Assist in the prioritization of training development requirements;
Research and leverage classified and unclassified language resources for relevant, authentic language content;
Develop and document training materials and collaborate with language instructors and other Government and Contractor developers in the design, development and documentation of language, language-related, and area studies courses;
Employ technology (ex. Blackboard, Centra) in developing training materials for language learning that combines blended delivery modes such as face-to-face, online, distance, asynchronous eLearning technology and self-paced instruction;
Compile course materials, utilizing blended learning technology as appropriate, in a variety of teaching modes that can be used by more than one presenter;
Prepare instructor and student materials;
Assist in providing materials for iso immersion training;
Support the development, review and analysis of Government language training requirements and solutions to deliver courses that accurately meet students'' needs;
Coordinate with Government personnel, technical experts, and other developers;
Develop assessment plans, diagnostic tests and placement tests, using contemporary authentic material;
Develop, organize, and document training materials, using contemporary authentic material, to include in-depth explanations of language grammar and structure as evidenced in all modes (speaking, listening, reading, and writing) of the language (both formal and informal);
Employ blended learning techniques that incorporate the use of language tools such as Audacity, Sound Forge, CamStudio, Capture, Adobe CS5 and Adobe Premier in the development of language training materials;
Develop training materials for iso immersion courses, as required.
Languages required: Arabic (MSA), Arabic (Algerian), Arabic (Saudi Gulf), Arabic (Levantine), Arabic (Libyan), Arabic (Moroccan), Arabic (Syrian), Arabic (Egyptian), Arabic (Iraqi), Arabic (Sudanese), Arabic (Yemeni), Azerbaijani, Baluchi, Bosnian, Chinese-Mandarin, English, French, Hebrew, Korean, Kurdish (Sorani), Kurdish (Kurmanji), Pashto (any dialect), Persian Dari, Persian Farsi, Portuguese, Punjabi, Russian, Serbian-Croatian, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Tajik, Turkish, Urdu, Uzbek.
Required Education:
B.A./B.S. in Language, Language-related, Area Studies, Education, International Relations, or ISD;
In lieu of the relevant Bachelor''s Degree, four (4) additional years of applied, practical experience as a language analyst, developing foreign language training materials, or teaching adults foreign language.
Required Skills and Experience:
Native capability and a minimum ILR proficiency level 4 in reading, listening and speaking in the standard form of the language to be taught and a minimum ILR proficiency level 2 in reading, writing, speaking and listening in English OR native capability in English and a minimum ILR proficiency level 3 in reading and listening in the standard form of the language to be taught.
Four (4) years of experience, within the last eight (8) years, developing, documenting and/or updating basic, intermediate, and advanced language courses following the principles of ISD;
One (1) year experience typing, using English and appropriate foreign language fonts, keyboards, and computer software;
Three (3) years SIGINT or Intelligence Community experience as a language analyst and/or language instructor.
Preferred Skills and Experience:
Ten (10) years SIGINT or Intelligence Community experience as a language analyst, language instructor and/or intelligence analyst.
Computer Skills: Knowledgeable in Microsoft Office Suite.
Citizenship: US Citizenship required
Security Clearance: Top Secret with SCI eligibility (TS/SCI) and CI polygraph

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