I have the Editor ranks that were thought up in the last thread:
-Agents: the ones that makes the bulk of the jumpers. Trained in various info-gathering skills, as well as covert ops and combat maneuvers.
-Field Operatives: The Agents that are usually sent into other realities, from the organization's reality. Usually is the jack-of-all-trades, from setting up a 'base' to killing a MS.
-Sleeper Operatives: Agents who are either a local recruited to the organization, or field operatives that stayed behind to monitor further changes to the reality in question. Sometimes they work like Delta Green, cut off from support most of the time and must make do with whatever's in the field.
-Editors: Senior Agents who have learned how to manipulate reality, although not as disastrous as MS does. They are expected to use their powers to minimize damage to the reality, although some have gone rogue and turned MS themselves.
-Overseers/Administrators: the higher-ups in the organization, they decide which team of agents to send to a reality, whether to recruit from a reality, and ruling stuff like that. They also keep a close eye on each other, because due to the power under their command, they could easily turn into MS in their own reality, which would be disastrous.
-Proofreaders: People of specialized type, sometimes Editors, sometimes Agents, it is less a job as much as a medal. If you claim you are a fan of a series, book, or that you have memorized it's originality, you have a chance to be declared a proofreader, who will direct Editors and Agents, instructing them on what the setting allows, what part of the setting is broken, and how to fix it- and if the Sue is clever enough not to be obvious, you are the one to fish them out. Disabled Agents with no other abilities may become Proofreaders as a job, if they wish to still work for the Agency, in which they will memorize tomes to keep the settings in line, but otherwise will be discharged to civilian life.