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Jacobs Technical Editor - Senior in Fort Meade, Maryland

Your Impact:

Jacobs is seeking an experienced Technical Editor to work with intelligence analysts, fellow editors, and web developers to ensure that all analytic products conform to product templates, meet ACIC publication standards and business rules, and maintain consistency and readability for diverse audiences. The Technical Editor will provide editorial support to contractor analysts writing CI analytic products in support of analyses conducted in response to Army Regulations, DoD Issuances, and INSCOM Operations Orders. They are responsible for independently editing, designing, and managing the contents of finished multimedia intelligence publications, and for posting publications on the ACIC websites hosted on the INTELINK and INTELINK-S product servers. Publications include, but are not limited to:

  • ACIC Special Report

  • ACIC Terrorism Digest

  • Multi-discipline Counterintelligence Threat Assessment

  • Army Annual Threat Assessment

  • INSCOM Annual Threat Assessment

  • Force Protection Note

  • Counterintelligence Note

  • Force Protection Analytic Review

  • Global Sunni Extremist Threat Summary

  • Significant Shia Extremist Threat Update

  • AFC Counterintelligence Digest


Ensure final documentation is written with adequate clarity for the intended audience, arranged logically, grammatically correct, adheres to accepted rules of style, contains the proper security classification caveats and markings, as directed by national/DoD/DA guidance, and are formatted to established ACIC policies and standards.

Modify templates developed in Microsoft Word 2013 and subsequent upgrades for existing product lines and sub-product lines for products that range from two to more than 100 pages in length. Product lines include items such as: ASR, (five sub-product lines, each requiring a unique template), MDCITA, Army Annual Threat Assessment, INSCOM Annual Threat Assessment, FPN, CIN, CI Cyber Notes (CICN), ATD, Force Protection Analytic Review (FPR), Global Sunni Extremist Threat Summary, Significant Shia Extremist Threat Update, and Army Futures Command CI Digest (ACID).

Provide analysts with expert technical knowledge and advice in planning, coordinating, and the time sequencing involved in the steps required to produce a publication.

Represent the ACIC at meetings with Government contractors, and personnel from DA, NGIC, and National level intelligence agencies to discuss and solve technical issues involving the publication of final intelligence products, dissemination on electronic media, and conforming standards with DoDIIS.

Here’s What You’ll Need:

Minimum 12 years’ relevant intelligence analysis technical editing experience; with a portion of the experience within the last 2 years.

Minimum 2 years’ experience using Desktop Publishing, basic graphics techniques, Adobe Acrobat and Photoshop, HTML, XML, and MS Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).

Master’s Degree in English, Journalism, Communications, or related subject from a college or university accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or;

Bachelor’s Degree with 17 years’ total relevant experience.

US government clearance: Current Top Secret/SCI


Experience editing analytic products listed in position summary.

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