Language & Area Studies Training Consultant
CACI is now hiring language professionals to work on our prime multi-million dollar language contract!
If you are working or aspiring to work in today's United States Intelligence Community...NOW is the time to CACI! The Intelligence Solutions Team has immediate opportunities for full-time TS/SCI-cleared Language and Area Studies Training Consultant currently available in Linthicum, MD.
DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Translate intermediate to advanced level printed and online materials including technical materials and foreign language periodicals into good grammatical English and research, compile, analyze, and provide assessments and recommendations regarding language and area studies information and data relevant to language and area studies training initiatives;
- Provide strategic planning guidance to the Center for Language and Area Studies relating to language and area studies education and training;
- Draft point papers, talking points, staff reports, MOU/MOA or other documentation and briefings regarding language and area studies training initiatives;
- Draft responses to queries from ADET and IC/DoD executive leadership as it pertains to language and area studies training initiatives;
- Assist ADET customers in conducting gap analysis on existing language and area studies course offerings and propose new training solutions/development based on analysis;
- Assist ADET customers in reviewing existing language and area studies course offerings to identify projected requirements;
- Assist ADET customers in developing requirements for new language instruction based on operational needs/requirements;
- Assist in developing, documenting, and tracking course project management plans;
- Assist in assessing ADET's progress toward meeting the Government's goal of improving the Language Readiness Index (see Appendix A) and meeting the language level L3/R3 standard. Make recommendations for improvement and next steps;
- Work with NSA/CSS Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) Operations and ADET language leaders to review mission requirements to distinguish between the need for training that focuses on language proficiency and regional expertise versus training that focuses on mission/task performance skills;
- Analyze metrics from the Enterprise Learning Management (ELM) database, CHANDLIER, and monthly schoolhouse submissions related to ADET's efforts to identify foreign language training successes, best practices, and shortfalls throughout the Enterprise. Document analysis and provide to the Government for review; and
- Advise ADET on available internal and external venues for language training.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
Non-native Linguist - Requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent and seven to nine years of relevant experience. Native Linguist -“ Requires native level skills and seven to nine years of experience.
- Active TS/SCI security clearance with a Polygraph;
- B.A./B.S. in Education, Foreign Language, Area Studies, International Relations, Strategic Intelligence, Business, Management, or other directly related discipline;
- Minimum twelve (12) years' experience as a language analyst, a language instructor, a manager of language analysts and/or a language training manager;
- In lieu of the relevant Bachelor's Degree an additional four (4) years of directly related, applied, practical work experience as a language analyst, language instructor, a manager of language analysts and/or a language training manager for a total of sixteen (16) years' experience may be substituted;
- Minimum ten (10) years experience in SIGINT Operations and/or support;
- Minimum eight (8) years experience utilizing Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 3305.09 DoD Cryptologic Training, and DoD Language Transformation Roadmap as it relates to language training; and
- Minimum three (3) years work experience in preparing executive level correspondence (ex. background papers, briefings and reports).