Senior LREC Instructional Developer/Analyst
- Posted: over a month ago
Threat Tec, LLC, a Veteran-Owned Small Business, has an immediate opening for a Senior LREC Instructional Developer/Analyst to join our growing company. This position will be located at Fort Bragg, NC. The Senior LREC Instructional Developer/Analyst will directly support SOFLO at HQ USSOCOM (J3 T&E-L) from offsite. The Senior LREC Instructional Developer/Analyst will provide ongoing assessment and analysis of SOF language instruction programs, recommend changes, and assist in implementing changes and continuous improvement efforts for the Joint SOF Language Program, SOF Components (USASOC, NSW, AFSOC, and MARSOC), and Theater Special Operations Commands (TSOC) LREC programs.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- The Senior LREC Instructional Developer/Analyst will assess USSOCOM/SOFLO organizational language training needs and recommend optimal solutions based on the nature of the training requirements, the available resources as articulated by Government, and the time available. This position will support SOFLO curriculum development efforts as the lead for an integrated team of developers, instructors, and technologists.
- Develop detailed plans with milestones, manage multiple projects simultaneously, ensure robust communications with all stakeholders are maintained, and meet deadlines.
- Develop synchronous, asynchronous, and blended training solution.
- Implement solutions within an LMS and other solutions in traditional or analog formats.
- Ensure that the POI delivery achieves and/or exceeds goals and expectations by coordinating and facilitating delivery of new, existing, or modified curriculum, manages, monitors, and enforces deadlines and learning management system, coordinating speakers, and serving as a liaison for Government LREC manager, faculty, and students.
- Assist in the educational evaluation oversight of students, faculty and the curriculum and ensures the quality of the student's educational process and their progress by monitoring testing, tracking individual student academic performance and curriculum data.
- Develop and implement optimal means of tagging, uploading, and assessing the quality of LREC instructional materials, and make recommendations for improving the efficiency and user interface of the Joint SOF (SOFTS) Resource Library.
- Assist in managing the SOFTS Resource Library.
- Teach selected topics at the Basic and Advanced Competencies Courses for SOF LREC Managers (twice and once annually, respectively).
- Attend and report on meetings and forums of critical significance to SOF Language and Culture capabilities to include: the Interagency (IA) Language Roundtable, the Defense Language Testing Working Group, the Defense Language Action Panel, the Regional Proficiency Working Group, the Regional Language Management Codes Working Group; the Defense Language and Regional Proficiency Working Group, the Defense Language Proficiency Test 5 Rollout Working Group, the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, the American Association of Applied Linguists, and others as needed by the Government.
- Assist with revision and update of SOFLO policies and best academic practices; assess and coordinate research projects to evaluate effectiveness of training methods and resources; provide training and academic assistance to SOF Component language offices, Unit language managers, Unit language coordinators, and instructors; and coordinate with SOF component language offices to ensure employment of best practices, coordination of curriculum, assessment, reporting mechanisms, and compliance with DOD and USSOCOM policies.
- Interact with senior organizational staff and members from US Special Operations Command, (USSOCOM), and various organizations, firms, industry, and government communities involved with LREC.
- Observe and report on the effectiveness of changes implemented to address training shortfalls.
- Provide coordination and training to SOF component language managers on standardization of academic programs.
- Prior instructional development experience
- Excellent analytical skills and strong interpersonal skills and extremely resourceful.
- Excellent communication, effective leadership, and interpersonal skills.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION:
- Must be a U.S. Citizen.
- Bachelor's degree in education, instructional development, or a related field.
- Proficient with MS Office Suite Programs: Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Power Point, and Word.
Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. This description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions; it does not proscribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. This job description is subject to change at any time.
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