Military Capabilities Analysis Course Instructor

Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, District of Columbia
Academy for Defense Intelligence ITT /
Full-Time /
Your Mission
The MASY Group is a growing Nunn Perry award-winning government service company providing intelligence analysis, educational services, and operational support to federal agencies like the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community. We offer our team members a competitive salary as well as competitive benefits, such as 5% matching 401k with no vesting period, family leave, and Healthcare/Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts -- just to name a few!

The Academy for Defense Intelligence (ADI) is charged with establishing a standardized, integrated and synchronized training and education development programs. 

As an instructor, your task is to provide analytic tradecraft training on how to analyze a military's capability of accomplishing a given mission, in a defined environment, against an adversary within a specified time frame.

Your Responsibilities
• Serve as an instructor (in-person or online) for DIA's Military Capabilities Analysis Course
• Present course curriculum, lead classroom discussion and exercises, and work with students
• Assist in the development and maintenance of training support materials
• Provide expertise and analysis on foreign military capabilities
• Address any administrative actions associated with the course
• Qualify as an instructor under ADI's Instructor Professionalism Program (IPP) within 12 months of hire
Your Qualifications
• Minimum of a bachelor's degree or 5+ years experience in intelligence analysis
• 3+ years of demonstrated experience in the analysis of foreign military capabilities
• Experience providing training and education and delivering training to students preferred
• Working knowledge of MS Office Suite
Compensation: Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits: Extremely competitive

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