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Job Information

GovCIO Training Specialist in Washington, D.C., District Of Columbia

Company Overview

GovCIO is a team of transformers—people who are passionate about transforming government I.T. We believe in making a difference by developing digital strategies and delivering the technology-related innovation governmental operations that improve the citizen experience every day.

But we can't do it alone. We welcome and nurture an inclusive and diversified work culture. Because different backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives make us better decision-makers, problem solvers, and creators. We're changing the face of I.T. - from our diverse staff to the end-products we develop. And we're excited to expand our team. Are you ready to be a transformer?


  • Lead instructional and training sessions, to include workshops, and collaborative discussions that enable Joint Staff personnel to support the CJCS’s Title 10 responsibilities of the U.S. Code by fostering an understanding of the Joint Staff decision-making process and preparation of executive-level correspondence, analysis, proposals.

  • Work closely with Joint Staff managers to understand the missions and responsibilities of Joint Staff Directorates, develop mission-relevant training material; deliver training in an effective and timely manner.

  • Identify gaps in learning needed; gather and share best practices with students, to include sample written products.

  • Identify or create tools, e.g., dashboards and surveys that enable Joint Staff leaders to identify areas of development for Action or Staff Officers.

  • Develop and execute post-course training surveys; dutifully incorporate survey results and findings, to improve training courses.

  • Understand Joint Staff-wide training needs by partnering with Joint Staff Directorates and DoD organizations to gather relevant information and data that enhance learning curricula.

  • Develop, partner, and nurture relationships throughout the Joint Staff and DoD to develop and implement learning strategies, programs, and processes.

  • Use in-depth training experience to identify improvements to existing trainings, new training techniques, approaches, or curriculum that enrich the learning experience for more than 600 personnel annually.

  • Support the development of the Joint Staff’s multi-year Joint Staff Action Process (JSAP) Training Plan.

Required Qualifications

  • Four-year college degree or equivalent with eight years of experience designing, developing, and implementing a variety of training programs, using instructor-led, web-based, or virtual training methods.

  • Extensive experience teaching, instructing, or lecturing on a variety of topics, including on-the-job technical training for a minimum of 32 students. This experience shall include but is not limited to designing and implementing learning solutions using simulations, social media, mobile, video, and micro-learning tools.

  • Possess the knowledge and aptitude in using various types of technology in the training environment.

  • Knowledge of and experience using a variety of software programs, to include but is not limited to Microsoft Office programs: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, to translate complex information, concepts, and how-to data into cogent, visually appealing, effective presentations is required.

  • Strong communications skills, to include oral and written; and remarkable stage presence

  • Ability to operate independently and within the team.

  • Detail-oriented with strong researching skills.

  • Ability to analyze and de-conflict highly sensitive and complex military, governmental, commercial information from a variety of sources, including those of historical nature, to form instructional sound course content.

  • Experience in following, consuming, and crafting plans of instruction that are derived from technical guides, organizational policies, directives, laws, senior leader preferences, rules, and regulations.

  • Ability to independently create or improve, when needed, informational material, to include but not limited to handbooks, technical guides, how-to guides, pamphlets, which will be used to enrich students’ learning experience.

  • Experience identifying, gathering and incorporating lessons learned from a variety of sources, which increase Joint Staff personnel’s potential for success.

  • Demonstrated experience in developing and designing course surveys, and analyzing and incorporating findings into curricula. Demonstrated knowledge of adult learning theory, classroom and web-based instruction.

  • Expert experience required on designing and developing a technical, on-the-job training program to foster students’ understanding of and use of an information technology-based tool or solution.

  • Demonstrated knowledge, skills, and ability to design, develop, and deliver training on written products, to include the development of policies, regulations, correspondence, white papers, information papers, etc.

  • Ability to develop and launch training information in a fast-paced environment.

  • Demonstrated experience in curriculum design and development expertise; proficiency in eLearning, in-depth knowledge of various learning management systems (LMS) and training software.

  • Bachelor's with 5 - 8 years (or commensurate experience)

  • Current Top Secret Clearance required

Desired Qualifications

  • Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) and Instructional Design/Developer


COVID Policy: New employees will be required to adhere to the Company's and its clients' COVID-19 safety procedures. In the event that the COVID-19 vaccination mandate for Federal Contractors is enforced, you must become fully vaccinated or request and be approved for an exemption. Employees working onsite at a client location must comply with our client's COVID-19 requirements.

GovCIO is a team of professionals who want to make a difference. And that can only happen with a diverse, happy, and cared-for team. So, we prioritize your well-being, equity for all and look for ways to make work a better place for each of us every day.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, religious affiliation, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, or disability status. EOE AA M/ F/Vet/Disabled