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The position involves the planning and creation of technical documentation for key product releases, including both technical manuals and online help. In addition the position involves interfacing between the development and marketing teams, as well as assisting in the creation of material for technical training.
The following qualities would all prove an advantage:
Intelligence – a successful candidate will probably have or be expecting an 2:1 or 1st from a top university.
The ability to function well in a small team, this requires self-motivation and the ability to work well under pressure.
Excellent writing skills and the ability to explain complex subjects to an unfamiliar audience’s
Good computer skills, ideally with familiarity of Adobe FrameMaker or Author-IT.
Whilst work experience in the field of technical writing would prove useful it is not essential.