Position Overview

We are seeking a high performing Subject Matter Expert (SME) Instructor to support a client program in General, Physical, and Information Security. Our SME Instructors are highly motivated individuals whose primary responsibilities are to design, develop, maintain, and deliver instructional content for web-based and/or instructor-led courses and related training products; and nurture, build and sustain strategic client partnerships. The ideal candidate is passionate about instructional design, General, Physical, and Information Security, and developing our solutions.


The ideal candidate will provide subject matter expertise in the development, delivery and maintenance of the General, Physical, and Information Security Curriculum. This includes working with client program leads, management, technical staff in the design, conversion, development and delivery of training and certification projects, curricula, and products.

· Assist the client Training Division in the duties associated with course maintenance and instructional support, for the General Security subject area

· Be assigned as an instructor and perform course manager duties

· Complete client Instructor Basic and Intermediate Certification as defined in the client Instructor Certification Manual

· Serve as course manager for course/products and instruct, prepare classroom, perform administrative support, manage classes and student accounts, and perform course maintenance

· Demonstrate mastery of General, Physical, and Information Security knowledge, skills, and policy

· Perform routine day-to-day course maintenance services to include Instructor-led, eLearning course and products associated with General, Physical, and Information Security courses

· Instruct General Security courses to include basic and advanced instructor-led courses in accordance with the course schedule

· Instruct General, Physical, and Information Security courses related topics across the client curriculum programs

· Provide classroom support and preparation

· Provide instructional duties for traditional classroom and virtual instructor-led courses

· Serve as a SME in response to student and customer inquiries with respect to General, Physical, and Information Security

· Provide SME support for Training Needs Analysis (TNA) and for Beta testing of new products

· Provide assistance to the Curriculum Manager in all phases of the ADDIE process, to include file management, and extensive course review from cradle to grave

· Review training material/deliverables and provide recommendations on the accuracy of and relevancy of content of instructor-led eLearning, webinars and performance support tools (i.e. storyboards, instructor guides, participant guides, design plans, and other related material)

· Perform annual review of assigned courses and products

· Review Government material and polices to sustain accurate and relevant General Security course materials

Minimum Requirements

· Bachelor’s degree in the field of education from an accredited university. In lieu of a Bachelor’s degree, five years of experience as an instructor for adult learners, in formal classroom or via distance learning courses related to DoD Security Policy

· Experience in General, Physical, and Information Security

· Experience in Microsoft Outlook, Word, and PowerPoint

· Current Secret security clearance

· U.S. Citizenship

Preferred Qualifications

· Five years of work experience in General Security