The Defense amp; Intelligence Group of Leidos has an opening for a Command Language Program Manager at Fort Meade Maryland.
INSCOM, an Army Direct Reporting Unit (DRU), executes mission command of operational intelligence forces; conducts worldwide multidiscipline and all-source intelligence operations; delivers advanced skills training, linguist support, specialized quick reaction capabilities, and intelligence-related logistics, contracting, and communications in support of Army, Joint, and Coalition commands and the National Intelligence Community.
•Serve as Major Subordinate Command (MSC)/Bn CLPM, providing advice and guidance to the Command Operations Staff (S3) and the Commander on intelligence‐related foreign language training. Serve as the primary point of contact for resource management and prepare MSC/Bn level budgeting actions for language training requirements as well as review, validate, and prioritize subordinate unit submissions.
•Identify language training requirements and coordinate joint‐service language training to meet training needs and increase language proficiency.
•Participate in and provide recommendations for the development of Command policy and guidelines for the identification of foreign language training requirements, the assessment of language training needs, and the planning and implementation of language programs. Remain current on new and non‐traditional second language acquisition practice and determine which methods are appropriate for utilization in the program.
•Serve as a technical authority through interpretation of existing regulations, and development of Standing Operating Procedures for subordinate units. Serve as the functional expert for operational intelligence‐related and global language training programs for subordinate AC and RC units.
•Develop innovative DL programs to leverage technology, computer assisted instruction, and comprehensive teacher‐training programs. Tailor programs relating to the Army intelligence environment and integrating global and occupational language skills. Provide area studies and language briefings to meet the unit Commander's needs related to mission, time, constraints, and depth of language knowledge required by Soldiers.
•Ensure utilization of a variety of media and training methods in the classroom, such as teachers, satellite broadcasts, interactive video, computer‐assisted learning, language lab, mentoring programs, and live environment training opportunities.
•Coordinate intelligence‐related language training, develop requirements for necessary contracted courses and monitor task order execution to ensure approved methods are applied and desired results are achieved. Determine, recommend, and justify resources, facilities, materials, equipment, personnel, and technical support to the S‐3 and ensure their effective and efficient implementation and use.
•Coordinate with the S‐3 and subordinate units for curriculum development, classified and unclassified MOS training, language class length, course scheduling, and lesson plans.
•Develop, coordinate, and oversee special projects to include serving as a test site for new equipment and materials, Language Competitions, Defense Language Institute (DLI) Train the Trainer workshops, and tasking from higher headquarters to offer special language courses.
•Coordinate the maintenance of a language database for use within the organization and perform necessary queries to provide monthly, quarterly, and annual reports to higher headquarters. Provide input data and maintain other linguist databases for assigned and attached linguists.
• Minimum of a 2‐year degree.
• Two years of experience as a Command‐level or INSCOM Major Subordinate Command CLPM, either as a civilian or through a military duty
• Currently Possesses an active TS/SCI Clearance.
• Graduate of ATRRS Class designator 00ZZ, Command Language Program Manager 40‐hour School taught at Monterey, California.
• Knowledge of Army and INSCOM Language Management Systems, language acquisition and instructional programs, and crypto linguistic, interrogation, HUMINT, and counterintelligence operations.
• Basic knowledge of DoD and U.S. Government intelligence agencies, doctrine, programs, policies, operations, methodology, governing laws, and governing regulations in order to successfully review, coordinate, and make recommendations regarding language training programs in support of intelligence operations.
• General knowledge of etymology and comprehensive experience with adult language enhancement programs.
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in a related discipline.
• Native fluency in target language.
External Referral Eligible