Assists in planning, coordinating, developing, and evaluating the curriculum for the Ministry of National Guard’s (MNG) Command and General Staff College (CGSC). Participates in the curriculum development process as an author of assigned curriculum in accordance with LDB Configuration Management processes and standards. Using the ADDIE (analyze, design, develop, implement, and evaluate) Model as a basis for instructional design, designs and/or develops curriculum in English to be administered in the adult learning environment. Ensures quality course instructional content and ensures that the curriculum is/are prepared and ready for peer review; quality assurance/control quality (QA/CQ) in compliance with configuration management; vault and digital file storage; and on-time delivery of the syllabus/syllabi to the Office of the Program Manager-Ministry of National Guard (OPM-MNG). Works as a member of the Curriculum and Faculty Development (CFD) Team. Liaises as course author and subject matter expert to ensure proper translation and understanding of course material. Oversees and/or implements the edits for approved revision of respective course files in English. Supports the MNG Faculty Development Program (FDP) and provides instruction, advice, and assistance to the faculty. Assists in coordination and mediation with Unified Team (UT) members from MNG, OPM-MNG, and Vinnell Arabia (VA) pertaining to his respective courses.
B. Supervisory Responsibilities: None.
A. Education Level: Master’s degree preferred. CGSC graduate required; graduate of senior service school desirable. An equivalent combination of senior faculty experience, educational theory development and practice, college level courses, military training, and or job site experience may be substituted.
B. Experience: Retired field grade officer. Equivalent U.S. Naval/U.S. Marine Corps or U.S. Air Force rank and CGSC accepted. War College graduate preferred. Military and/or civilian college level faculty or service school experience as a curriculum developer and/or instructor preferred. Academic credentials (i.e. Ph.D., extensive faculty experience, publications records, etc.), by exception, may substitute for CGSC and/or military experience. Three years minimum experience at brigade or higher-level staff preferred.
C. Specific Knowledge, Skill, and Ability Requirements: Project management, extensive knowledge and working experience with U.S. Army logistics, force development, resource management, doctrine and/or curriculum development procedures, combined arms, and peace/stability operations are desirable. Must have a general knowledge of the U.S. Military “Systems Approach to Training” including instructional techniques and procedures. Professional training experience in a multicultural environment is preferred. Proficient in MS Office Professional software. Must possess a valid US driver’s license.