- The trainer provides an overview, generally between 2 to 4 hours, of DAIIS services and capabilities to many intelligence courses taught at the schoolhouse.
- Engage with organizations to identify site requirements for training (classrooms, workstations, and network connectivity), scheduling, and identification of attendees. 220.127.116.11. Provide training for the usage of web technologies at USAICoE at Fort Huachuca AZ, Fort Belvoir VA, and other customer locations as required. This shall include:
- Provide an overview of DAIIS capabilities and services, including DAIIS developed web sites, portals, applications, and services, including the Army Multimedia Message Manager (M3).
- Develop dynamic blocks of instruction which are subject to change at any time meet unit mission requirements and update content to stay abreast of new emerging technologies. Current courses include: Information Sharing, Intelligence Reporting, Access to the IC, Army Messaging 101, Collaboration Platforms, Cross Domain Solutions, Intelligence Enterprise Tools, Intelligence Community Resources, Inbound/Outbound M3, and M3 Boolean Logic.
- Develop a training curriculum that shall cover all DAIIS functions and services. This lesson plan may include but not limited to the following: training modules, scenario-based training, practical exercises, with appropriate handouts and materials. Curriculum to be submitted 30 calendar days prior to training. Deliverable: CDRL A027 – DAIIS Training Curriculum
- Conduct After Action Review (AAR) at the end of the course with the students. Consolidate and summarize the AAR’s and provide them to the government within 3 days of course completion. Deliverable: CDRL A028 – DAIIS Student After Action Report
- Conduct an internal AAR with DAIIS personnel to discuss student/instructor feedback, lessons learned, possible curriculum deficiencies, update course content as necessary. Deliverable: CDRL A028 – DAIIS Student After Action Report50 18.104.22.168. Participate as needed in the DAIIS training program in the following categories: 22.214.171.124.1 In-house Foundry training – within DAIIS office spaces, INSCOM training facilities.
- Possible participate in Mobile Training Teams to Temporary Duty (TDY) locations
- Provide Virtual Course offerings using government approved telecommunication applications.
- Maintain a database that includes all training dates and curriculum for reference and accountability and update with all training conducted within 7 calendar days of training completion.
- Maintain training records and After-Action Reviews (AAR) and conduct a yearly roll-up of units who attended, number and names of Soldiers trained, locations of where training was conducted, reoccurring feedback on unit gaps in information management trained, and suggestions for area of improvement. Deliverable: CDRL A028 – DAIIS Student After Action Report
- Obtain an Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS) account to manage DAIIS GEN 302 Foundry course information, course offerings, and attendance rosters.
Bachelors degree with 10 years demonstrated experience in an intelligence discipline in DoD or the IC within the last 15 years OR Associates degree with 12 years experience.
5 years demonstrated experience conducting training at the U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence (USAICoE) at Fort Huachuca, AZ. - demonstrated experience drafting and formulating training materials or curriculum IAW TRADOC and Army standards.
Demonstrated experience instructing and conducting training for military audiences. - Current DoD TS/SCI Security Clearance
5 years drafting and formulating training materials or curriculum IAW TRADOC and Army standards.
Demonstrated experience instructing and conducting training for military audiences.