Pluribus International Technical UFAC Editor in Reston, Virginia

Technical UFAC Editor

Location:Reston, VA 20170

Job Code:727

of openings:1


Title:Technical UFAC Editor

Location:Reston, VA 20170


The UFAC is responsible for managing foreign underground facility topics for the Intelligence Community. The UFAC detects, characterizes, monitors, Strategic foreign underground facilities and their associated country programs and assesses then for defeat. The editor's responsibilities are divided between technical editing and production management. The technical editing responsibilities include, but are not limited to, reviewing and revising intelligence or communication products and other documents prepared by UFAC analysts for publication by DIA. The editor shall work with the principle author to edit/rewrite products for organization, grammar, style, accuracy, consistency of technical data, and consistency with both DIA and DNI style guides and templates, and standards. Production management responsibilities require expert technical knowledge of the steps required to produce a DIA publication, different types of presentation media, and guide the analytical process of all-source analysts, from the initiation of a product to publication and distribution. The editor shall conduct final quality control on all analytic products to ensure compliance with DIA's product template standards. The editor may be assigned special projects such as researching and designing new or revised editorial or production procedures.

Minimum Qualifications:

Security Clearance: TS

Special Access / Access Eligibility: SCI

Polygraph: CI Poly a must

Education: Bachelor or Masters’ Degree with 10 years of intelligence analysis experience, or, specialized training & 4-8 years intelligence analysis experience, or, equivalent intelligence/academic experience.

Credentials: N/A

Required Skills:

Demonstrate experience and proficiency in the following areas:

  • Experience as an editor working DIA products

  • Experience as an all-source intelligence analyst

  • Comprehensive understanding of DNI Analytic Standards, and the Intelligence Community analytic production process, templates and guidance;

  • Knowledge of DNI and DIA style guides, templates, and standards

  • Experience with editing products for grammar, style, accuracy, and consistency of technical data

  • Experience conducting source checks and classification reviews for analytic products;

  • Experience with message handling applications like RMT, TAC, or Palantir;

  • Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel;

  • Proficiency in translating analytic production data into quantifiable metrics.

Desired Skills:

  • Experience with the Modernized Integrated Database (MIDB) and the National Production Workshop (NPW) interface

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Pluribus International Corporation is a small business, based in Alexandria, Virginia, that specializes in high-quality analytical, training, and operational support to Federal Defense, Intelligence, and Law Enforcement customers. Our clients today include the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), the Defense Security Service (DSS), the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), and the U.S. Army-Europe Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (USAREUR G2).

Pluribus International is founded on the principle that honesty and integrity in our actions and dealing with the customers, employees and industry partners is uncompromising. We place quality and excellence above profit and are totally dedicated to our belief that our commitment to our customers and pointed focus on their critical requirements will enable us to provide the highest standards of dedicated service and responsive support to our country's ever-changing requirements. At Pluribus we never seek growth for growth's sake alone. We possess a strong patriotic commitment to perform work that matters to our country.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Pluribus will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by Pluribus, or (c) consistent with Pluribus’ legal duty to furnish information.