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Law Enforcement Advisor (LEA) Curriculum Developer

Description

SAIC is seeking highly qualified Law Enforcement Advisors (LEA) with specialized law enforcement or corrections related curriculum development knowledge, skills and experience.   The LEA - Curriculum Developer serves as part of a larger team of law enforcement technical advisors in assisting the International Criminal Investigative Training and Assistance Program (ICITAP) to build and strengthen police service capabilities with strong foundations in rule of law, respect for human rights and applied global best practices in law enforcement disciplines.  

The LEA – Curriculum Developer will perform web-based and other source research on topics related to curriculum development assignment, properly referencing and providing source citations.  Training materials will be developed on Microsoft Word (MSWord™) and PowerPoint (MSPowerPoint™) software, as well as other software enhancing instructional quality, storage and secure files transmittal.

  The LEA - Curriculum Developer will work directly with law enforcement and/or corrections trainers, instructors, advisors and subject matter experts in designing, developing and assisting in publishing lesson plans, presentation materials, training aids, student evaluation materials and handout materials.  The LEA - Curriculum Developer will also work closely with translators in delivering, advising, assisting, editing and reviewing training material translations from English into various languages as may be needed to meet ICITAP requirements.  The LEA - Curriculum Developer will also work with various US officials from the Departments of State (DoS) and Justice (DOJ).  Duties also include facilitating meetings, coordinating VIP tours, leading working groups, developing reports and specialized papers, conducting briefings and active participation in advising officials through planning, phase assessment and evaluation processes.

This position is a Part Time On-Call position and could be for world-wide locations

Qualifications

Education & Experience:


Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice, corrections, homeland security, education or related fields.


U.S. Citizen


Minimum of 15 years of law enforcement experience, federal, state, local or Tribal police agencies


Minimum 10 years of progressive experience as a law enforcement or corrections instructor with responsibilities for developing, reviewing, validating and delivering new curricula in formal training institutional environments


Minimum of 5 years of experience in a supervisory or managerial or lead instructor capacity


Minimum of 3 years of experience training foreign police or corrections officials;


Possess current or recent, within the past five (5) years, law enforcement or corrections instructor certifications from a nationally recognized certifying authority such as the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), a state Police Officer Standards and Training (POST) authority or a recognized national law enforcement professional association, such as the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and, Officer Standards and Training (POST) authority or a recognized national law enforcement professional association, such as the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)

Demonstrated advanced skills in using MSWord including, but not limited to, document template building, formatting and styles utilization;

 

Demonstrated advanced skills in using MSPowerPoint including, but not limited to, presentation template building, graphics, automated transition features, audio and video embedding, formatting, as well as notes and handout features;

 

Knowledge of intellectual property protections and permission processes related to copyrighted, trademark and public domain materials

Desired Qualifications

 

Various language proficiencies, in addition to English, are preferred;


Master’s Degree in criminal justice, corrections, homeland security, education or related fields; or, International experience in law enforcement or corrections curriculum development; or current or recent, within the past five (5) years, law enforcement or corrections master instructor or curriculum developer certification from a nationally recognized certifying authority such as the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), a state Police Officer Standards and Training (POST) authority or a recognized national law enforcement professional association, such as the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP).


Published curricula or articles related to curriculum or training materials design, development and delivery.





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