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Working closely with both the Development & Technology Departments, you will take responsibility for writing and editing technical documentation including but not limited to netflows, security gaps analysis, and workflows. As you master how our system works, you individually create documentation that is well written, presented, and communicates efficiently to the end-user. When creating, updating and enhancing the documentation, the virtuoso technical writer will adhere to format, content and style guidelines, giving consideration to usability and ensuring accuracy, consistency and quality.
Ability to follow up with technologists, developers, directors, and VP’s with busy schedules. With excellent organization, communication and writing styles the ideal candidate will have an eye for detail. This position require highly motivated
individuals that are able to grasp complex software and learn quickly. It also requires the ability to work within tight deadlines. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint is essential, while HTML and Technical Writing experience is required. Experience with Imaging Software (Photoshop) for screen capturing is essential. General functional knowledge in
one or more of the following areas are desired: Publishing, Networking, or Software Documentation.