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ProfileLead Instructor for Cyber Training Program Duties: Responsible for conducting classroom instruction, presentations and exercises in accordance with the guidelines and directives set forth by the Department of State Diplomatic Security Antiterrorism Assistance Program (ATA). Responsible for ensuring only current ATA approved training materials (lesson plans, participant handouts, videos, case studies, etc.) are used in the delivery of ATA courses. Responsible for returning all ATA training materials, including course CDs and ensuring that all ATA downloaded materials are deleted at the end of the course presentation by all instructors involved in the delivery of ATA courses. Liaise with DS/ATA Training Coordinator on all aspects of training and accept and follow any specific instruction provided by that DS/ATA Coordinator. Coordinate classroom preparation. Draft End of Course Review for submission utilizing ATA approved reporting format. Administer Pre/Post Knowledge Surveys and summarize results utilizing ATA approved format. Administer Course Participant Skills Evaluations (when appropriate) and summarize results utilizing ATA approved format. Administer Course Critique and summarize results utilizing ATA approved format. Responsible for the day to day operational activities as reflected in the program of instruction. Responsible for validating, justifying and reporting any deviations from the program of instruction. Supervises and assigns daily activities for staff instructors. Interact professionally outside of normal training hours with course participants and training venue officials when appropriate and approved by ATA.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: One course requires graduating from accredited law school with a JD Degree. All other courses require a Bachelors Degree or equivalent work experience in the field. 2 years work subject matter related experience may be substituted for one year education. 8 of experience in criminal prosecution with 4 years’ experience prosecuting computer crimes Knowledge of evidence collection and preservation techniques, particularly as applied to digital evidence, online investigations, and computer forensics Instructor certification from a recognized local, state, federal, or military institution. Experience as a judicial trainer is preferred Experience training foreign nationals is preferred. Curriculum design and development experience is preferred. Preferred: Sworn law enforcement experience and/or military experience. Currently possess security clearance/ability to acquire one. Experience with wireless security. Experience with various network security applications. Experience with various computer forensic tools to include: EnCase, Forensic Tool Kit (FTK), Cellebrite, and XRY Experience with various imaging and extraction tools to include Dcfldd Professional certifications to include: Certified General Instructor. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). IACIS Certified Forensics Computer Examiner (CFCE). IACIS Certified Electronic Evidence Collection Specialist. IACIS Certified Instructor in Computer Forensics. MCSE Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert. Experience analyzing and exploiting known computer systems’ vulnerabilities. Experience in analyzing and protecting a computer network systems. Experience in training how to use the Internet as a resource or tool in handling intrusion analysis. Ability to conduct computer forensic examinations in accordance with current industry standards. Understanding and ability to communicate how various operating systems, to include Linux and Windows NT/2000/XP, integrate into the network environment. Understanding and ability to communicate computer networking, specifically network topologies, the OSI model, TCP/IP, and associated networking hardware/software. Experience in forensic examinations, imaging, copying, image restoration, evidence chain-of-custody and archiving of forensic evidence. Experience with investigating crimes stemming from the use of computers or computer abuse and misuse. Experience in training other law enforcement officers to utilize the Internet to enhance their investigative capabilities, to initiate a computer investigation, and to seize/secure computers, computer related media, and other electronic devices. Experience with investigating crimes stemming from the use of computers or computer abuse and misuse. Experience in Criminal Investigations, Case Preparation and Court Testimony. Familiarity with Microsoft Office applications to include but not limited to: MS Word, PowerPoint, and Internet Explorer.