As our Multi-INT Ops Integrator/Tools Trainer you will have the opportunity to support ongoing engineering and training-related efforts associated with the development of both the FADE-developed Multi-INT Spatial Temporal (MIST) Toolsuite (rapidly gaining popularity as a tool of choice for many IC and DoD intelligence analysts) and Bōdhi, a cutting-edge situational awareness tool supporting watchfloor activities/significant event monitoring. You will participate in the development of MIST-U and/or Bōdhi course material and curriculum, assist with integrating these tools into mission operations, provides complex training, demonstration and briefing support at corporate/customer locations (CONUS and OCONUS). As a member of our team you will interact with operations, engineering, and marketing alike, as you work across these programs to identify and define customer requirements, bringing an operational perspective to subsequent factory development activities.
Travel: This position requires up to 50% travel in support of mobile training efforts to both CONUS and OCONUS locations, and includes the possibility of travel to hazardous duty areas.
More About the Role:
With some mentorship and assistance from more experienced team members, contribute to a variety of multi-INT tools training courses conducted via demonstration, lecture and hands-on approaches both at factory and CONUS/OCONUS customer locations.
Leveraging experience from across the team, provide assistance in introducing and integrating tools and related methodology to a broad range of unique customer mission sets. Assist other team members in the installation of related software on designated equipment in both classroom and customer environments.
Work in parallel with factory agile software development and associated training efforts to remain current with the release of new tool functionality on both MIST and Bōdhi.
Help ensure training courses address all levels of user, spanning a variety of different mission applications.
In an engineering support role, contribute operational and analytical perspective to ongoing tool development activities. Working with the development and engineering teams, begin gaining an understanding of agile software-related practices and how operational experience can provide benefit to tools development efforts. Although not all inclusive, this can come in the form of entry-level testing, data integrity, help-desk activities, JIRA service desk, O&M and mission engineering support. Individual will be working as part of a team with a broad range of knowledge and support to pull from.
Assist team members in creating briefings and providing demonstration support to various IC and DOD customers as requested by the program. With the assistance of more experienced team members, begin providing tools demonstrations to small-to-medium sized groups in a non-threatening environment. Some interaction with and briefings to government program offices is likely.
From the experience of an established member of the community, using all prior experience and working across the team, engage in factory efforts to design and develop complex technical training programs and curriculum. This may include classroom, virtual, and mobile aspects of the overall training effort.
Engage in and make contributions to the research and preparation of technical/user manuals to support training efforts.
Work with engineering, technical support, and product owners to ensure that materials are accurate and reflect current product features.
Create and gather course evaluations to determine effectiveness of training sessions.
Review and analyze the results (in addition to any other ongoing feedback), and capture customer requirements for possible inclusion in future development efforts.
Prepare recommendations and reports to senior level personnel and/or management.
Capture customer requirements and feedback for possible inclusion in future development efforts.
Implement approved revisions to course materials as necessary to improve training effectiveness.
Create, review and update classroom training materials such as student handouts, lesson plans, overhead slides, and practical exercises as required.
Mentor less experienced team members.
Be prepared to articulate customer requirements and recommended tool enhancements to the factory engineering/development staff.
You’ll Bring These Qualifications:
Active TS/SCI Clearance with CI Poly (or agreement to take poly when requested)
Typically has a University Degree (BA/BS) or equivalent experience and a minimum of 3 years related work experience
Ability and willingness to support the travel requirement of up to 50%
Minimum three years’ experience performing analytical work in the Intelligence Community
Established in at least one intelligence discipline
Experienced in the creation of training materials
Previous experience supporting both DoD and Intelligence Community customers
Solid organizational skills and attention to detail
Strong oral and written communications skills
Proven, detail-oriented analytical and critical thinking skills
Ability to work with and support end users with varying levels of technical competence -government, military and contractor
Team player with the ability to also work independently under general supervision
These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have:
Prior trainer/instructor experience
Multi-INT analytical experience using the MIST Toolsuite (Web and Desktop)
Experience using INTELBOOK, LINX and WATCHBOX
Experience using or familiarity with Bōdhi
Background in adult learning and/or instructional systems design
Familiarity with or prior experience supporting tool development activities
Knowledge of Geospatial Information Systems (GIS)
Prior experience using JIRA software - understanding of or experience in agile software development
What We Can Offer You: BIT Systems, a CACI Company, benefits are quite unique. Basically, BITS benefits equate to 50% of salary on TOP of your base salary. The first part is a tax-qualified profit sharing retirement plan to which BITS annually contributes up to 25% of your base salary (not in excess of applicable IRS limits) to your retirement account under the plan. The second part consists of BITS' Individual Benefit Account Plan (the IBA), which is used for premiums, medical reimbursements, dependent care, education and BITS' Paid Time Off (PTO) Policy. Both components of the BITS benefit package are paid for by BITS in addition to your base salary and potential performance bonuses. DACOHP
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