In addition, each Area Studies Instructor Level II - Korean shall have the capability to:
• Develop and deliver foundational-level and intermediate-level Area Studies seminars in English and/or a foreign language using Contractor-provided and/or Government-provided documentation, including assessment plans, instructor guides and student materials;
• Collaborate and coordinate with Area Studies Program Coordinators and Government personnel to ensure successful delivery of training;
• Conduct research to determine the best vehicle for providing the Area Studies training (academia, Government experts, private contractors, etc.);
• Research availability of online Area Studies foundational training and recommend to Government the inclusion into training roadmaps;
• Work as part of a teaching team, as required;
• Use classroom technology such as SmartBoard/Symposium, audio/video/DVD components, and computer applications, such as Microsoft Office;
• Collaborate and coordinate with stakeholders to ensure relevance and currency of curriculum;
• Analyze student feedback for courses in order to identify possible areas requiring change/improvement (content, speakers and/or other instructors, and delivery methodologies);
• Ensure learning assessments correlate with or directly support unit/topic/course objectives;
• Analyze feedback from Area Studies speakers and/or other instructors about the students and content in order to identify possible areas requiring change;
• Work with language and area studies experts across academic, federal and private sectors in order to keep abreast of best practices and make recommendations to Government; incorporate that information in curricula and in teaching practices;
• Collect, compile, and provide metrics regarding the curriculum to the Government;
• Tailor approaches in accordance with student learning styles and strategies;
• Active TS/SCI security clearance with a Polygraph;
• Typically requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent and seven to nine years of related experience.
• Master Degree in language, Areas Studies, Education, Education Technology, ISD or other directly related discipline.
• Five (5) years of experience the last ten (10) years, in teaching and/or developing training on topics of interest to the Government and Intelligence Community, such as history, technology, finance, economics, military, geopolitics, transnational issues and social organizations;
• In lieu of the Master's Degree, a B.A./B.S. in Language or Area Studies or a discipline related to the required topic/region, and an additional two (2) years of directly related work experience teaching or developing training may be substituted;
• If training is to be taught in language other than English: Speaker with 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, listening, speaking and writing in English OR a speaker with native capability in English and a minimum ILR proficiency level 3 in reading, listening and speaking in the standard form of the language to be taught. Skill levels must be documented within the last 3 years;
• Three (3) years of experience within the last ten (10) years, in developing, managing and coordinating training utilizing ISD standards;
• Three (3) years of experience within the past ten (10) years, developing and teaching courses for both face-to-face and eLearning delivery;
• One (1) year experience within the last five (5) years, working in a cross-cultural environment;
• Five (5) years of experience within the last fifteen (15) years, in SIGINT, military intelligence and/or the Intelligence Community Operations performing work directly concerning the Far East (to include China, Korea, Japan and Nepal), the Near East (to include AF/PAK, India, Afghanistan, Iran, Turkey, Middle East nations, Arabic-speaking North Africa), the Americas, Europe, Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Global Issues.