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Scope of Duties · Author/develop customer facing technical reference documents in industrial control industry · Documentation includes, but is not limited to, Installation, Startup, User Guides, Maintenance and Troubleshooting, How-to, and System Guides · Optimize engineering design documents, principles of operation, and application guidelines to gain a working understanding of the products · Uti...
6 Month Contract in Northridge CA Job Title: Technical Writer-855 Job Duties: • Creates business process documentation • Creates installation guides • Creates operational run books • Creates procedures manuals • Creates training manuals • Creates user manuals • Documents systems or programs • Interfaces with users, developers and trainers Skill Sets: Required: Education Level: • Undergraduate Degr...
OUTREACH ONLY – THIS POSITION WILL BE POSTED ON USAJOBS UPON COMPLETION OF OUTREACH The Western Wildland Environmental Threat Assessment Center is currently conducting outreach for qualified individuals to fill a Natural ScienceTechnical Writer-Editor, GS-1083-09, for a 2 year Term position. This position is located in the Ochoco National Forest facility in Prineville, Oregon, but teleworking may...
Position Description: Write, rewrite, edit, and proofread federal proposals and other business development documents. Proofread all artwork in consultation with Graphic Artist and Proposal Writer/SME developed for and incorporated in federal proposals and other business development documents. Must possess the ability and skill to write, edit, and prepare clear, concise, and acceptable technical an...
Description: must have experience documenting IT Infrastructure related projects (knowledge of network devices/hardware) 6 month contract Technical Writer El segundo, CA The role of the Technical Writer is to coordinate with subject matter experts and various department representatives to author, edit, and maintain system documentation, processes and procedures, and maintenance instructions in a t...
DEA is currently seeking a Technical Writer II to join our project team onsite with our client in Portland, OR. This Technical Writer II position is located within the client’s IT Asset Management and Engineering Applications organization. The role of the Technical Writer is to coordinate with subject matter experts and various department representatives to author, edit, and maintain system docume...
Attimo Research and Development Group is a small business located in the New River Valley and specializes in the development, implementation, and program/project management of multi-collaborative research projects with a diverse set of clients, including academic institutions, government agencies, and, research groups in scientifically developing countries. The management team provides technical c...
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Prepares written content by researching, organizing, and composing information; developing creative ideas; verifying facts; following style, grammar, and legal guidelines.
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Organizes information by establishing information categories and sequence; preparing outlines.
Researches information by evaluating sources; studying documents; visiting locations; setting-up and conducting interviews; verifying facts; compiling information; developing fictional content.
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