About the Role
Bachelor’s Degree (preferred in Education discipline) 3 years of experience providing training and Basic Instructor Course certification will be considered in lieu of a degree.
Employs in-depth knowledge of state of the art and emerging instructional technology to implement on-line, virtual, and classroom instruction for adult learners. Develops and deliver a curriculum that addresses course objectives utilizing innovative classroom techniques and methodologies that immerse students in challenging learning opportunities. Networks with learning organizations, universities, and community resources to improve the implementation of technology into active-learning experiences. Contributes to the development of interactive multimedia instruction (IMI) and plan and deliver IMI in on-line, virtual, and contemporary classroom settings.
Provides feedback to students to enhance learning and academic growth. Attends faculty meetings and faculty development sessions to collaborate with colleagues and institutional leadership to promote continuous improvement in instructional methods.
Minimum five years of experience in Federal Civilian EEO programs
Minimum five years of DoD experience
Minimum three years of experience providing training.
Experience in analyzing the effectiveness of a federal agency EEO programs.
Knowledgeable in Federal EEO Complaints Programs, EEO systems management, and disability program management
Ability to travel 25% of the time.
Ability to implement advanced technology (interactive multimedia) and curriculum in line with course objectives.
Expertise in learning methodologies and use of technology in classroom.
Ability to motivate students toward academic endeavors.
Master's degree in appropriate discipline (education, human resource development)
Formal training or certification in distributive learning and/or interactive multimedia instruction