Curriculum Developer (Remote, Part-Time) (DIILS-Distinguished Le with Security Clearance

Employer
HII Mission Technologies
Location
Rome, New York
Posted
May 26, 2024
Closes
May 30, 2024
Ref
2765975938
Discipline
Safety / Security
Position Type
Developer
Specialty
Autonomy
Hours
Part Time
Organization Type
Corporate, Other Corporate
Requisition Number: 17933 Required Travel: 26 - 50% Employment Type: Part Time/Hourly/Non-Exempt Security Clearance: Ability to Obtain Level of Experience: Senior HI This opportunity resides with Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C5ISR), a business group within HII's Mission Technologies division. From towers to processors, we design, develop, integrate and manage the sensors, systems and other assets necessary to support integrated intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) operations, exploitation and analysis for the Intelligence Community, the military services, geographic and functional combatant commands and DoD agencies. Meet HII's Mission Technologies Division Our team of more than 7,000 professionals worldwide delivers all-domain expertise and advanced technologies in service of mission partners across the globe. Mission Technologies is leading the next evolution of national defense - the data evolution - by accelerating a breadth of national security solutions for government and commercial customers. Our capabilities range from C5ISR, AI and Big Data, cyber operations and synthetic training environments to fleet sustainment, environmental remediation and the largest family of unmanned underwater vehicles in every class. Find the role that's right for you. Apply today. We look forward to meeting you. Summary The future of intelligence is being built, operated, and delivered at HII! HII-Mission Technologies is currently seeking a skilled Curriculum Developer with DOD Rule of Law experience, supporting the Defense Institute of International Legal Studies (DIILS). The selected candidate will adapt and develop training curriculums to a more adult-learner, centered, and experiential-based instructional model, in order to facilitate delivery of more tailored and effective training curriculum for the DIILS-Rule of Law Program, headquartered in Newport, RI! Come join our growing team today! What you will do Maintain customer software inventory and network licensing information
Conduct training in support of DILLS
Provide legal subject matter expertise and pedagogical expertise in curriculum and instructional design for adult learning in preparing fourteen (14) core curriculum modules This will include associated supporting content, learning objectives, desired outcomes, measures of success, and instructor notes and guidance that shall be derived from, informed by, and consistent with the substantive contents of the existing DoD General Counsel-approved government-provided Curriculum.
Provide legal subject matter expertise and pedagogical expertise in curriculum and instructional design for adult learning in preparing eleven (11) complementary cyber security curriculum modules This will include associated supporting content, learning objectives, desired outcomes, measures of success, and instructor notes and guidance that shall be derived from, informed by, and consistent with the substantive contents of existing government-provided Curriculum
Develop thirty-eight (38) wholly new complementary curriculum modules focused on the application of human rights law, law of armed conflict, rule of law, and international rights and obligations relevant to the air, border, and maritime domains pursuant to consultation and coordination with relevant personnel This will include associated supporting content, learning objectives, desired outcomes, measures of success, and instructor notes and guidance
Commence curriculum development as a member of the team. Curriculum Development will be conducted in coordination with other designated personnel designated
Provide a weekly status report by email updating the progress of curriculum development
Prepare a written draft After Action Report (AAR) identifying the achievement of curriculum development outcomes, in accordance with formal and informal feedback
Participate in a final review of the work product out brief
Familiarize with standard concepts, practices, and procedures
Display basic knowledge of electronic media, local area networks and associated accessories
Execute additional duties as tasked by Govt leads
Additional duties as assigned or required What we are looking for 15 years relevant experience with Bachelors in related field; 13 years relevant experience with Masters in related field; 10 years relevant experience with PhD or Juris Doctorate in related field; or High School Diploma or equivalent and 19 years relevant experience
Familiarity with International Human Rights Law, Law of Armed Conflict, and Rule of Law topical areas Familiarity with applying international and domestic law to military and law enforcement operations
Must have experience researching and writing related to proposed topics
Ability to communicate multifaceted issues in an effective manner, discuss complex problems, conduct analysis, and recommend solutions
Ability to work effectively in a team instructional environment
Clearance: Must be able to obtain and maintain up to TS/SCI clearance Bonus points for 5 years experience in applying international and domestic law to military and law enforcement operations
5 years experience in applying international and domestic law to maritime operations and/or the maritime domain
Experience in writing for international audiences similar in size and composition to the audience anticipated for DIILS events
Recent and relevant international instructional and research experience in International Human Rights Law, Law of Armed Conflict, and Rule of Law (experience within the last two years)
Physical Requirements May require working in an office, industrial, shipboard, or laboratory environment. Capable of climbing ladders and tolerating confined spaces and extreme temperature variances. Why HII We build the world's most powerful, survivable naval ships and defense technology solutions that safeguard our seas, sky, land, space and cyber. Our diverse workforce includes skilled tradespeople; artificial intelligence, machine learning (AI/ML) experts; engineers; technologists; scientists; logistics experts; and business administration professionals. Recognized as one of America's top large company employers, we are a values and ethics driven organization that puts people's safety and well-being first. Regardless of your role or where you serve, at HII, you'll find a supportive and welcoming environment, competitive benefits, and valuable educational and training programs for continual career growth at every stage of your career. Together we are working to ensure a future where everyone can be free and thrive. Today's challenges are bigger than ever, and the nation needs the best of us. It's why we're focused on hiring, developing and nurturing our diversity. We believe that diversity among our workforce strengthens the organization, stimulates creativity, promotes the exchange of ideas and enriches the work lives of all our employees. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, physical or mental disability, age, or veteran status or any other basis protected by federal, state, or local law. Do You Need Assistance? If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please send an e-mail to and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information. Reasonable accommodations are considered on a case-by-case basis. Please note that only those inquiries concerning a request for reasonable accommodation will be responded to from this email address. Additionally, you may also call 1- for assistance. Press for HII Technical Solutions.