Education and Training

You enjoy helping people learn and grow. You have the skills to use state-of-the-art methods to develop and administer training courses and curricula that address the developmental needs of all employees. A career in training and intelligence may be in your future. In addition to creating and presenting new courses, you will constantly review course content to ensure that our programs are up-to-date, and that we are creating a learning environment that is conducive to the success of each learner. Keep each member of our workforce on the forefront of his or her chosen field with a fulfilling career in education and training.


  • Applied Social Sciences
  • Education, Training or Instructional Design
  • Human Resources or Human Capital Management
  • Social Sciences (e.g., Anthropology)
  • Support Services

Example Positions

  • Learning Development Specialist/Instructional Systems Designer
    Develops, plans, and administers human capital learning programs and strategies. Analyzes performance gaps, determines learning needs, and designs and develops optimal learning strategies and solutions. May also lead instructional development projects. Conducts research and analyzes learning trends.
  • Training Instructor
    Assesses, produces and sustains learning solutions in a classroom, lab or distance learning context. Teaches course content, facilitates discussions, evaluates learning and provides learner feedback. May oversee the development or modification of materials based upon methods and modalities outlined in the organization's performance learning model and learning principles.
  • Education Technician
    Conducts policy research and analysis of existing statutes. Analyzes the agency's learning programs. Conducts needs assessments. Assists senior-level individuals in overseeing course content.
  • Education and Training Program Manager
    Establishes and directs education and training-related programs (e.g., developmental, certification, training) to meet workforce development goals. by effectively organizing and prioritizing work and utilizing resources.


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