The content director for the Dedicated Online Financial Integrity Network (DOLFIN) will play an important role in K2 Intelligence Financial Integrity Network’s (FIN) continued growth by serving as the content manager and editor for all products to be posted on DOLFIN, an online working environment for the financial crimes and sanctions compliance community. DOLFIN includes a reference library, policy papers, and continuing education, training, testing, and certification capabilities. The content director will plan, coordinate, and edit all content for publication on the DOLFIN platform, and will also support practitioners in client engagement and business development activities.
- Oversee and approve written and multimedia content for publication on DOLFIN on issues related to economic sanctions, Anti-Money Laundering/Combating the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT), and other illicit finance issues.
- Develop and drive the production plan for all substantive content on DOLFIN.
- Assign projects and products to DOLFIN associates and manage them throughout the process by setting and adjusting deadlines as necessary.
- Balance longer term strategic production with quick turnaround content based on breaking news developments.
- Coordinate work with other K2 Intelligence/FIN experts and managers whenever necessary.
- Provide quality control by reading, evaluating, and editing work products.
- Facilitate training for DOLFIN associates in writing, analytic tradecraft, and research techniques.
- Support practitioners in client engagements, business development, training programs, and workshops as necessary.
- Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure efforts are efficient and synchronized across the firm’s service offerings.
- A bachelor’s or master’s degree in journalism, English, marketing, or related field is preferred.
- At least two years of professional experience editing products of publishable quality and managing production teams, preferably for both print and multimedia content, including videos, webinars, and podcasts.
- Subject-matter expertise on sanctions programs, AML/CFT, and other illicit finance-related laws, regulations, and issues.
- Experience at a print or online publication related to FCC issues, the U.S. Department of the Treasury, or within the U.S. intelligence community is preferred.
- Excellent research, writing, and editing skills.
- Excellent analytical and organizational skills, with a high level of attention to detail.
- Resident in or around Washington, DC, or U.S. resident qualifications with ability to relocate to the Washington, DC area.
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