Employer:Linxx Global Solutions
Tracking Code 205-845
Global Solutions, a fast growing Government contracting company, with
corporate offices located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, is currently
looking for experienced Lead and Staff Instructors to fill independent
contractor training positions in support of the Global Anti-terrorism
Assistance (GATA) program. Applicants must have a training background
and be willing to travel frequently, both domestically and abroad, for
Please note that
these are not entry-level positions—the applicant must be able to
validate previous instructor experience in the form of certifications,
official documentation, and verifiable employment experience. Prior to
working on this contract, candidates must be granted a U.S.
government-issued moderate risk public trust (MRPT) and be vetted by the
Anti-terrorism Assistance (ATA) program office. Public trust
certifications require an investigation similar to that of a security
clearance, and will include a background investigation. Please list on
resume any current or former security clearances held.
Description of Duties and Responsibilities:
for conducting classroom instruction, presentations and exercises in
accordance with the guidelines and directives set forth by the
Department of State Diplomatic Security ATA.
ensuring only current Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Training
Directorate, Office of Antiterrorism Assistance (DS/T/ATA) approved
training materials (lesson plans, participant handouts, videos, and case
studies) are used.
•Liaise with Training Delivery Officer on all
aspects of training and establish effective communications for
•Coordinate classroom preparation.
•Compile End of Course Reports and draft After Action Report for submission utilizing DS/T/ATA approved reporting format.
•Administer pre- and post- Knowledge Surveys, Participant Skills Evaluations, and Participant Critiques and summarize results.
•Responsible for the day-to-day operational activities.
•Responsible for validating, justifying and reporting any deviations from the Facilitator Guide.
•Interact professionally outside of normal training hours with course participants and Post and Partner Nation officials when
appropriate and approved by DS/T/ATA.
degree or equivalent work experience in the field. One year subject
matter –related work experience may be substituted for 1 year of
•Facilitator certification from an accredited academic
institution, local, state, federal law enforcement institution, or
military organization, including on-line courses.
•Familiar with curriculum design and development.
•Demonstrated operational experience in the subject area.
•Graduate of any local, state, federal, or military special weapons and tactical training school (minimum 40 hours).
•Familiar with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
•Proven abilities in the field of tactical training either in civilian law enforcement or military arenas.
abilities in specific areas of tactical training such as firearms,
sharpshooter/observer, explosive breaching, defensive tactics, or any
other field of tactical training specific to a special weapons and
•Proven abilities in the area of supervision on a
tactical team either in the role as a commander, team leader, assistant
team leader, or as a facilitator in a specialty field such as firearms
training, police/military sharpshooter/observer, explosive breaching,
defensive tactics, or any other special skill area.
•Familiarity with Microsoft Outlook and Access.
How To Apply:
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