E3 Federal Solutions

  • Specialized Instructor/Facilitator CIVP7

    Job Locations 1 week ago(8/7/2018 11:03 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-4334
    Posted Date
    Management/Executive
    Job Location
    US-VA-McLean
  • Division

    Civilian - E3’s Civilian Division employees support clients across the Department of Commerce, Department of Justice, Department of Transportation, General Services Administration, National Institutes of Health, and more. We enable our employees to use innovative technologies, proven best practices, and efficient processes to provide exceptional service to our Federal clients. With careers in IT program management, acquisition and category management, shared services planning, and education and training, our employees can advance their careers, collaborate with their teams, and deliver excellent mission results.

    Position Overview

    The Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) leads the Department of State’s anticrime and counter narcotics efforts. INL works to keep Americans safe at home by countering international crime, illegal drugs, and instability abroad. INL helps countries address these threats by strengthening their law enforcement and justice systems. These efforts reduce the amount of crime and illegal drugs reaching U.S. shores. INL’s role in international law enforcement is to utilize its foreign assistance authority to develop, fund, and implement foreign assistance programs that support U.S. foreign policy. It is important to note that INL does not have either an operational law enforcement mandate or legislative authority to conduct investigations or pursue criminal cases in court. INL builds the foundations required for functioning, accountable criminal justice systems overseas so that partner countries will ultimately be able to address crime without the need for foreign assistance resources.

     

    The Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnerships (INL/CAP) strengthens criminal justice systems by 1) providing highly specialized criminal justice sector expertise; 2) leveraging partnerships with U.S. state and local agencies that also face transnational crime and narcotics challenges; and 3) applying programs and methods that demonstrate effective results.

     

    Criminal justice assistance is a core component of rule of law development, which is critical to assisting countries fight destabilizing crime and corruption, and promoting good governance.

    Responsibilities

    Serve as an expert adult-centric instructor in his/her area of expertise in support of INL/CAP training requirements . Must be able to deliver 90-minute blocks of instruction (to include role-play, scenarios, tabletop exercises, etc.).


    • Assist Instructional Design experts, as needed, with research, teaching methodology development, and curricula design.


    • Prepare documentation related to training.

    Required Qualifications

    U.S. Citizenship

    • A PhD, JD, or equivalent academic credential in a topic or field of study relevant to the needs of the INL/CAP training program; OR
    •  A Master’s Degree (in a relevant field) with 5 years teaching experience in adult education; OR
    •  A Bachelor’s degree (in a relevant field) with 7 years teaching experience in adult education; OR• 10 years aggregate experience as a: certified criminal justice sector instructor; adult training manager/coordinator in a relevant field; equivalent demonstrated instructional experience in an adult learning environment; or such combination of expertise, education, and experience as to be considered an expert in their field.
    •  The ability to facilitate course modules using adult learning principles.
    •  Excellent oral and written English communication skills.

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Experience instructing curriculum for international criminal justice sector missions.
    •  Experience working overseas in a civilian police or related mission where training was a significant component.
    •  Knowledge of criminal justice development in an international environment.
    •  The ideal INL/CAP Training Assistance Team member (on-call instructor) is a subject matter expert in one or more of these topical areas.

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    E3 Federal Solutions (E3) is an award winning Veteran Owned business specializing in helping Federal clients solve their most challenging business problems. Our motivated and technology-enabled workforce utilizes proven management and technical consulting practices and applies agile principles and data-driven decision making to enable our clients to better meet mission requirements. We create significant value for our clients by bringing subject matter expertise across the Federal marketplace in the disciplines of Acquisition Lifecycle Management, Program Management Support Services, Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance, and Facilities and Engineering Management. Excellence, Accountability, Community, Humility and Integrity are the core values of E3 as we become recognized leaders in the management consulting community as trusted partners to Federal agencies and to industry. We are an organization that offers both our employees and clients an exceptional experience; our culture is contagious, and we always maintain a genuine reputation.

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    As an Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer, E3 Federal Solutions (E3) is dedicated to making all employment decisions without regard to race, color, sex (including gender and transgender status), age, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, registered domestic partner or civil union status, gender identity, medical condition, genetic information, sexual orientation, or any other protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. E3 hires and promotes individuals solely on the basis of their qualifications for the job to be filled.

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