The Technical Writer will be responsible for the creation of technical documentation for both technical and non-technical users.
These documents may include user guides, references, data dictionaries, manuals, release notes and instructions.
Explain technical ideas in simple language. Ensure technical verbiage is easy to understand and appropriate for the target audience.
Ensure document flow matches the business process. Prepare graphs, charts, flowcharts, and diagrams. Utilize departmental and company standards for documentation formatting, including fonts, colors, formats, table of contents, appendices, and footnotes.
Partner with technicians, customers, implementation managers, and product managers to understand requirements, message, desired content and deliverables.
Study product samples, specifications documents, and mockups to gain understanding of project work. Submit draft copies to peers and management for feedback.
Utilize document versioning. Provide updates and different editions as necessary. Forward documents to department lead for release following final approval.
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Superb written communication skills.
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Strong verbal communication skills. Ability to grasp new concepts quickly. Ability to work with cross functional business teams.
Ability to accept feedback and apply it to work product. Willingness to learn from mistakes. Creativity and ability to think outside-
the-box while defining sound and practical solutions. Technical knowledge of database principles and SQL query language preferred.
Bachelor’s degree, preferably in a technical or communications field. 2-3 years of relevant and progressively more challenging work experience may be considered in lieu of education.
The above declarations are not intended to be an "all-inclusive" list of the duties, responsibilities, skills, and abilities required to perform the job.
Rather, they are intended only to describe the general nature of the job, a reasonable representation of its activities, and the requirements to perform it.
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