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Intelligence Analyst Writer (103) Mar 13, 2018
Baltimore, MD  
Intelligence Analyst Writer (103)
Computer Forensic & Intrusion Analyst (Senior)
Location: Linthicum MD
Clearance: Current TS/SCI mandatory

• 10-14 years combined Cyber Forensics skills
• 3 years writing and editing Intelligence analysis products, computer network operations, malware analysis/forensics, advanced persistent threats (APT);
• BS Degree 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;
• Strong understanding of US Intelligence Community and how cyber intelligence organizations work together for the purposes of conducting cyber threat analysis and/or supporting operations and investigations
• Knowledge of Classification Guides, Intelligence Community Directives (ICD), Air Force Instructions, Manuals governing production, coordination, publication of intelligence analysis products;
• Strong interpersonal, communication, organization, coordination skills;
• Build and maintain intelligence and production databases, conduct pivoting and correlation, use visualization tools;
• Proficiency with publication-related software: MS Office Suite, Adobe products, MS Excel expertise, pivot tables.
• Work in diverse team environments, produce 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;
• Leverage mastery of English grammar, punctuation, spelling, rules of usage, principles of composition in accordance with established intelligence writing and publication guides, existing non-intelligence related style manuals; aptitude for intelligence, analytical writing;
• Traditional copy-editing and production editing, edits to address accuracy and completeness of technical information and to ensure intelligibility by the intended audience;
• Independent technical research, communicate with various sources,complete tasks related to produce intelligence products.
• Track technical document review drafts and oversee final production of technical documents, project deadlines;
• Collaborate 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;
• Knowledge of Cyber Threat Intelligence principles to include indicators of compromise (IOC) types, indicator pivoting, and indicator attribution strength;
• Experience with publication and project-related software: EndNote, Visio, Access, Visual Basic, and Microsoft Project;
• Cross-disciplinary skills, developing communications products, graphic design, website development and administration, and databases;
• Process improvement and project management experience
• Experience in professional publishing; knowledge of U.S. Intelligence Community standards, policy and procedures regarding publication and dissemination of raw intelligence reporting and finished intelligence products
• Analyst experience in Federal Cyber Center, NSA, or Corporate CIRT
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