- GA, USA
- Full Time
SGI Global is seeking Instructors for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Criminal Investigation (CI), to provide courses at the IRS-CI National Criminal Investigation Training Academy (NCITA) in Glynco, Georgia
**This position is contingent upon contract award**
Shall work with IRS-CI management during the preparation and delivery of the instruction and/or course writing services requested and instruct in a classroom with facilities and material provided by IRS-CI's National Criminal Investigation Training Academy (NCITA).
Shall have in-depth knowledge of complex IRS-CI principles and techniques of investigating and working active investigations with their strong understanding of tax cases and Title 26, including laws and decisions relating to investigative procedures, undercover investigations, methods of proof, Federal Rules of Evidence, and Criminal Procedures and relevant constitutional and statutory law; functions and jurisdictions of IRS Criminal Investigation and of other Federal, state and local agencies, and relationships between agencies.
Shall provide answers to in-depth questions as posed by IRS-CI employees who they are instructing and the required training in accordance with the contract.
Shall provide training techniques to administer the training program(s), and provide instructions to meet the overall training objectives:
- Law Enforcement Techniques to ensure that course content and material presented remain in touch with the realities of the environment in which students will be working and to maintain credibility;
- Research Tools & Techniques to include systematic and analytical processes used in solving problems, making decisions, assuring success of planned activities and evaluating results in order to perform course-related original research, amend or develop new course material and to determine need for new courses, programs and/or, methods of training.
- Oral & Written Techniques to communicate effectively the subject matter being taught, to persuasively present facts and research results to a broad spectrum of individuals and to negotiate and coordinate with managers, various specialists and others to achieve results in the development, delivery and evaluation of the training.
- Must have in-depth knowledge, strong understanding, and at least five years of experience in the application of IRS-CI principles and techniques of investigation and working active complex investigations, to include Title 26 criminal tax cases.
- Must have in-depth knowledge and at least five years of experience in the application of laws and decisions relating to investigative procedures, undercover investigations, methods of proof, Federal Rules of Evidence, and Criminal Procedures and relevant constitutional and statutory law; functions and jurisdictions of IRS Criminal Investigation and of other Federal, state and local agencies, and relationships between agencies.
- Ability to work with IRS-CI management and IRS-CI subject matter experts (SME's) during the preparation and delivery of the instruction and/or OJI duties.
- Ability to accommodate the number of classes requiring instruction at any given time. The number of classes requiring instruction depends on hiring.
- Ability to provide relevant information, generate feedback and discussion and test for comprehension from new and experienced employees.
- Must have knowledge of formal training and instructional techniques such as Classroom Instructor Platform skills, Training Development Quality Assurance System (TDQAS or Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, Evaluation (ADDIE) familiarity etc.
- Experience within the past two (2) years which includes instructing a class, or in course development.
- Must have experience instructing a classroom and/or distance learning setting such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Centra with facilities and material provided by IRS-CI.
- Ability to use computers and applications such as, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel and ability to operate equipment used for training such as Data Show, white board, etc.
- Ability to work a full-time schedule at an IRS designated location(s).
- Ability to stand for long periods of time
- Section 508 familiarity (Section 508 requires that Federal agencies' electronic and information technology is accessible to people with disabilities.)
SGI Global provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.