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Technical Writer Reporter CF&IA (070) Dec 20, 2017
Baltimore, MD  
Computer Forensic & Intrusion Analyst (Journeyman)
Technical Writing Journalist
Production Branch Analyst and Reporter.
Location: Linthicum, MD
Clearance: TS/SCI with CI Poly preferred

•3 years minimum recent experience in writing and editing Intelligence analysis products, preferably relating to computer network operations, malware analysis/forensics, advanced persistent threats (APT);
•Bachelor's or higher degree in English, Journalism, Technical Writing, Intelligence Studies, or a related field;
Developing, editing and releasing intelligence products, raw serialized reporting such as IIRs, KLs, or cables, finished intelligence analysis products for operational or strategic consumers;
•Classification Guides, Intelligence Community Directives (ICD), and Air Force Instructions and Manuals governing the production, coordination, and publication of intelligence analysis products;
•Strong interpersonal, communication, organization, coordination skills;
•Proficiency with publication-related software Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe products;
•Work in diverse team environments, deliverables with short lead times, work independently with minimal supervision, and maintain confidentiality of information;
•Edit documents for accuracy and standardization of format and style to Air Force requirements;
•Mastery of English grammar, punctuation, spelling, rules of usage, and principles of composition in accordance with established intelligence writing and publication guides as well as existing non-intelligence related style manuals; and demonstrated aptitude for intelligence and/or analytical writing; Traditional copy-editing and production editing, substantive edits to address accuracy and completeness of technical information and intelligibility by the intended audience;
•Technical research, communicate with sources to complete tasks for production of intelligence products
•Track technical document review drafts and oversee final production of technical documents;
•The Reporter collaborates with report writers and content Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to ensure that each piece of content meets organizational standards and objectives.
•Knowledge of the DoD Cyber Crime Center (DC3) capabilities, mission and customer bases;
•Publication and project-related software to include EndNote, Visio, Access, Visual Basic, and Microsoft Project;
•Developing communications products, graphic design, website development and administration, and databases;
Process improvement and project management experience
•Professional publishing; thorough knowledge of U.S. Intelligence Community standards, policy and procedures regarding publication and dissemination of raw intelligence reporting and finished intelligence products

Production Branch Analyst and Reporter
Defense Cyber Crime Center’s (DC3) Analytical Group (DC3-AG) Production group

Coordinate DC3-AG production of intelligence products, to include serialized intelligence reports relating to current cyber threats, for release/publication/dissemination to U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. Intelligence Community consumers.

Work with technical cyber threat analysts, intelligence analysts, and Law Enforcement & Counterintelligence (LE/CI) elements to facilitate outbound production of technical products in accordance with collection requirements and will coordinate directorate responses to inbound requests for information (RFIs).

Track production metrics on a weekly, monthly, and yearly basis for reporting to directorate and executive leadership as well as responding to external data calls.

Working with contractor and government project leads and management to develop technical documents that contain both textual analysis and graphics or imagery specifically developed to support analytic conclusions. Editing documents up to 60 pages in length.

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