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Major fortune 500 Technology Company is seeking an experienced Technical Writer with a minimum of three practical years of experience. Applicants must be able to create, develop, write, validate, and edit highly technical material for operational, instructional, maintenance or test procedures for web-based publication and in support of technical training. .
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Serves as a seasoned professional who applies, analyzes and interprets standard theories, concepts, methods, and techniques to work with illustrators, engineering, tech support, technical training, marketing and others to develop technical content for operation, troubleshooting and maintenance procedures, topic-based documentation, and training materials.
Applies professional and technical experience and knowledge for developing, managing, tracking, and updating content for highly re-purposed informational products.
Researches and translates technical information into product documentation for both non-technical and technically advanced users.
Works with engineers in lab and test environments to learn product functionality, interviews technical staff to collect source data, and conducts procedure validation with technical experts for use in the field.
Responsible for working with product program teams to develop product specifications, field procedures, and software and hardware user documentation.
Produces information products that are compliant to industry, corporate, safety and quality assurance standards…