TASC has a 40 year history of advanced systems engineering and advisory services across the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense and civilian agencies of the federal government. We continue to partner with our customers toward one goal - the success of their missions. Our customers rely on the brainpower of TASC employees to solve some of their most complex challenges. We’re looking for intelligent men and women ready to put their best thinking to work for great causes — peace, freedom, safety and security for all Americans.
The Intelligence Operations Business Unit provides leading-edge solutions and advisory services to the defense and intelligence communities worldwide. Our technical capabilities and domain expertise support war fighters and planners alike. We help modernize our customers’ systems in an environment that facilitates information sharing. From the evaluation of alternatives to the fusion of data, we offer services and solutions that turn raw data into intelligence, and intelligence into actionable information. Our customers develop some of the most technically and operationally challenging systems and capabilities in the world, and we are proud to be an integral part of their mission.
Take your career to a new level. TASC is seeking a qualified and skilled Instructor to teach Network Analysis in the Fort Meade area. The Network Analyst Instructor will be required to configure and install the training environment, conduct on the job training and classroom training and prepare technical documentation to support classroom instruction and student working aids. This position requires experience and an in-depth knowledge of the various deployed analytic tools and the ability to teach tool usage to other analysts. The Network Analyst Instructor will be required to perform and teach technical network analysis and show other analysts how to achieve results. The Instructor must understand networking fundamentals and be able to leverage their experience within the network analysis and teaching fields to ensure students have a full understanding of how to perform technical analysis of network nodes, gain new intelligence from those nodes, and find alternative ways to prosecute targets. Candidate must also be able to demonstrate competence with conducting or planning computer network operations (CNO) missions. The Network Analyst instructor will be responsible for managing internal and external customer relations and be an effective writer and verbal communicator.
Minimum of 3 continuous years of work experience in planning or conducting CNO. Candidate requires experience in various operating systems (Solaris, Linux and Windows). Experience shall include at least 2 years of professional training or using software programming languages such as C++, JAVA, and Perl. Candidate must be able to demonstrate competence with relevant CNO and network analysis tools and databases used for the customer mission. Communication skills will include the ability to provide formal instruction and documentation. Instructor must have experience in analyzing intelligence and technical data, developing target strategies, analyzing exploitation opportunities, documenting information, and interpreting analytical results. The Network Analyst Instructor will be required to perform knowledge transfer and as required - OJT. Formal teaching or instructor certification desired.
An active TS/SCI with polygraph clearance is required.
TASC is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. U.S. citizenship is required for most positions.
TASC - 24 months ago
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Founded in 1966, TASC, Inc., helps solve complex national security and public safety challenges by providing advanced systems engineering,...