WRITER-EDITOR (TRAINING PUBLICATIONS)
U.S. Marine Corps
Twentynine Palms, CA
$105,224 – $136,791 a year – Full-time
Anyone who wants to know why the Federal Government costs so much can see it right there. Compared to private sector pay for writers and editors that’s a $60k a year jobs at most, and that before Federal benefits.
Still, it does require a certain amount of inventiveness:
You will prepare and coordinate assigned doctrine and training publications.
You will prepare briefings and status reports on doctrinal and training publications being researched and developed.
You will develop concepts that serve as blueprints that describe the focus of the Service?s future Combat Service Support (CSS) operations, capabilities, and requirements emanating from tactical to strategic level operations.
You will manage shaping and writing working groups by being an authoritative consultant and troubleshooter, and service as the lead in Integrated Planning Teams (IPTs) that address issues that cross multiple functional areas.
You will successfully communicate and correlate on multiple projects with other SMEs in related fields.
You will take initiative to seek out solutions to known or perceived problems in the logistics community.
How many ways can you write “Do what the Gunny tells you”?