Leidos is seeking qualified candidates with extensive Professional Military Education experience to serve as CONUS-based Non-Resident Curriculum Development Specialist for a National Defense University (NDU) in the Middle East. The non-resident Curriculum Development Specialist will support The CONUS-based Curriculum Manager in the transformation of a Joint Command and Staff College curriculum. The CONUS-based Non-Resident Curriculum Development Specialist develop courseware and lesson materials for Joint Command and Staff College curriculum.
Master’s degree from an accredited institution.
Must have at least 10 years of relevant experience, two years of which are curriculum development at a US military or NATO Intermediate / Senior Level School.
Equivalent civilian curriculum development experience may be substituted for US military or NATO Intermediate / Senior School experience on a case-by-case basis.
A high degree of cultural adaptability is a must. Previous international teaching experience, preferably in the Middle East, is highly desired as is Arabic language proficiency.
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