Linxx Global Solutions GATA Fraudulent Document Recognition and Behavioral Analysis (FDRBA) Instructor in Virginia Beach, Virginia
Linxx Global Solutions (Linxx) is currently seeking experienced Fraudulent Document Recognition and Behavioral Analysis (FDRBA) Instructors to fill Independent Contractor training positions in support of the Global Anti-terrorism Assistance II (ATA) program. Applicants must have a training background and be willing to travel, both domestically and abroad, for short-term assignments.
Linxx is a fast-growing Government contracting company, with corporate offices located in Virginia Beach, VA and contract support offices operating in 11 locations across the U.S. Linxx is a well-run, lean company with an excellent past performance record. We are dedicated to improving the security of America and her allies through insightful analysis, creative product development, and exceptional customer service.
Note: These are not entry-level positions—the applicant must be able to validate previous instructor experience in the form of certifications, official documentation, and verifiable employment experience. Prior to working on this contract, candidates must be verified by the ATA Program Office.
FDRBA Course Description
This seven-day course is designed for 24 frontline border officers who interact with the traveling public and examine travel and identity documents on a daily basis. The ability to recognize suspicious behaviors and indicators of inconsistencies in information provided by travelers, along with the ability to quickly examine travel documents to determine whether the documents presented are genuine, altered, or counterfeit, is critical to effective national security efforts. This course focuses on developing the skills that prepare the participants to rapidly detect characteristics of altered, counterfeit, or other fraudulent travel and identification documents, and to recognize behavioral cues that indicate a traveler could be traveling under false pretenses or be an imposter. Through a combination of lecture, group discussion, and practical exercises, participants are given opportunities to apply the skills and strategies by considering various scenarios and examining travel and identification documents for evidence of alteration or counterfeiting. Course topics include behavioral characteristics and meeting the traveler, examining travel documents, examination tools, current trends in the use of fraudulent travel documents, and community engagement and human rights. At the conclusion of the course, participants will be prepared to accurately assess the authenticity of a traveler and be able to clearly state the justification for identifying a traveler for secondary screening based on examination of documents and interaction with the traveler.
Responsible for conducting classroom instruction, presentations, and exercises in accordance with the guidelines and directives set forth by the Department of State Diplomatic Security Office of Antiterrorism Assistance (DS/T/ATA). Facilitators must be willing to travel to developing countries and U.S. training sites to perform duties;
Responsible for ensuring only current DS/T/ATA approved training materials (lesson plans, participant handouts, videos, case studies, etc.) are used in the delivery of DS/T/ATA courses;
Liaise with the DS/T/ATA Training Delivery Coordinator (TDC) on all aspects of training and accept and follow any specific instruction provided by that DS/T/ATA TDC;
Coordinate classroom preparation;
Administer Pre/Post Course Knowledge Surveys utilizing DS/T/ATA;
Administer Course Participant Skills Evaluations (when appropriate) utilizing DS/T/ATA approved format;
Administer Course Critiques utilizing DS/T/ATA approved format;
Responsible for the day-to-day operational activities as reflected in the program of instruction;
Responsible for validating, justifying, and reporting any deviations from the program of instruction;
Interact professionally outside of normal training hours with course participants and training venue officials when appropriate and approved by ATA.
- Bachelor’s Degree with six years’ work experience as a border, immigration, customs, or security officer, involving examining, detecting, and evaluating traveler behaviors and travel document for validity.
Ten years work experience as a border, immigration, customs, or security officer, involving examining, detecting, and evaluating traveler behaviors and travel documents for validity.
Must have formal training from the Department of Homeland Security, Department of state, or a US Government forensic laboratory in detecting fraudulent travel and identity documents.
Must be knowledgeable of document security features and trends in fraudulent documents.
Must be able to use and to demonstrate the use of the tools utilized to examine document and identify, detect, and articulate the fraudulent activity used to alter or counterfeit travel and identity documents.
Must have knowledge of the elements to detect behavioral cues and then be able to articulate suspicious behavior displayed by travelers that indicate fraudulent activity.
Successful annual medical screening.
Successful completion of the ATA instructor skills course.
Familiarity with Microsoft Office products