Critical Thinking and Structured Analysis (CTSA) Instructor

Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, District of Columbia /
Academy for Defense Intelligence II /
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. 

The MASY Group seeks a Critical Thinking and Structured Analysis (CTSA) Instructor in support of a DoD Client.  The instructor will use critical thinking methodologies and basic structured analytic techniques to mitigate bias and mindset in intelligence products. 

Your Responsibilities
• Facilitate adult learning by holistically covering the processes and methodologies to apply critical thinking and Structural analysis, in order to provide more accurate, collaborative intelligence that can be validated by other analysts.
• Continuing education of course information and instructor skills
• Refine teaching aids (PowerPoint slides, handouts, etc.) 
• Address any administrative actions associated with the course
Your Qualifications
• SME with 5+ years’ experience in the IC 
• 5+ years’ experience as a Strategic or Operational Analyst (All-source, Pol-Mil, Counterterrorism or primary intelligence discipline i.e. GEOINT, SIGINT, HUMINT etc.) 
Demonstrated recent experience in research and analysis as it pertains to the subject   
Excellent oral and written communication skills 
BA/BS preferred  

Compensation: Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits: Extremely competitive

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