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Sexual Harassment/Assault Prevention (SHARP) Subject Matter Expert (SME)

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nFocus Solutions is dedicated to the development of innovative technologies and intelligent business solutions for the public sector. We are a leading provider of applications, services and technologies that nonprofit organizations, communities, first responders and government agencies rely on to deliver services to the public at large. Our high-quality data management and analysis software enable our clients to achieve clear, well-defined results that change the world. Here at nFocus Solutions, we want to build a team whose values reflect our own: operating with integrity, putting the customer first, and making nFocus a great place to work. Come build something great with us.

Job Summary

The Sharp SME will provide Sexual Harassment/Assault Prevention subject matter expertise to support the tasks associated with this contract. This individual will also serve as an alternate team lead in the team leads absence. This position typically works under limited supervision and direction reporting to the Team Lead and the CAC Program Manager (PM).  

Responsibilities and Duties

  • In conjunction with the team lead, the Sharp SME  is responsible for assisting with the management and oversight of the successful work of a multi-disciplinary team to meet all Task Order (TO) requirements
  • Executing  training sessions in accordance with the Army’s SHARP program training goals and objectives
  • Providing interactive and improvisational training with the intent to change attitudes and behaviors early in a Soldiers career
  • Providing training support and a training support package focused on Prevention techniques in support of SHARP Trainers and small unit leaders who will lead small group facilitation training with their soldiers

All of these duties are with the intent of reducing the incidents of sexual harassment and assault in support of the Army’s SHARP program and I.A.M (Intervene, Act, Motivate) Strong campaign.

Qualifications and Skills

  • PhD level professional degree with extensive background in sexual harassment, sexual assault, and victim advocacy.
  • 5 Years of Project Management Experience supporting similar Army training programs.
  • Graduate of the Command and General Staff College, Sergeant Majors Academy or military service school equivalent (desired)
  • Ten (10) + years of military experience of training in the Operational Army and of training or training development in the Institutional Army (desired)
  • Proficient in the use of MS Office products
  • Experience developing and writing Programs of Instruction, Lesson Plans, Practical Exercises, Training Support Packages, Training Session Scripts and Vignettes
  • Demonstrated Acting and/or Role Play Experience
  • Demonstrated ability to coordinate with various installation POCs to ensure the scheduling and execution of training, and to provide onsite management of the training execution
  • Candidates must pass a favorable T1 background investigation in order to access the non-classified internet protocol router network (NIPRNET)

Benefits and Perks

What We Offer: nFocus Solutions offers a comprehensive benefits package including paid time off, paid holidays, medical, dental, vision, health savings account and life insurance, along with a 401k plan with company match, short-term and long-term disability coverage. Relocation expenses are not an offered benefit.

Mission and Diversity Statement

Our Mission Statement — We build technology that gives our clients the power to solve big problems and make a positive difference in the world.
nFocus Solutions Diversity Statement: At nFocus Solutions, we recognize and appreciate the value that comes from having employees with diverse backgrounds, points of view and life experiences. Respect for diversity is an integral part of our culture and a critical component in our strategy to deliver the best customer experiences.

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