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  Technical writer; 3+ month contract; mid-eastern suburbs

We are looking for a technical writer to produce end-user documentation to accompany state-of-the-art medical equipment. You must have a good working knowledge of Adobe FrameMaker and Adobe RoboHelp.

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For further information, contact Geoffrey Marnell on 0419 574 668.

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  Technical writer; 3+ months, potentially much longer; power generation sector; start ASAP

We are looking for an experienced technical writer to work with a longstanding client (Origin Energy). A great deal of business process mapping (and associated documentation) is required. You will need to work primarily on site (at Milton), interviewing subject-matter experts, producing process maps, testing them and spinning out the necessary work instructions. Some travel may be required.

You will be required to:

  • liaise with key stakeholders (process owners, SMEs, etc.) to extract information to enable definition and development of processes
  • attend process development workshops and other sessions as a precursor to documenting process requirements
  • develop business process documentation using document templates and
  • improve the companyís business development approach (including modernising, augmenting and fine-tuning document templates).

Ideally you will have:

  • strong technical writing experience ( and solid competence using Microsoft Word)
  • process mapping and documentation experience
  • the capability to work effectively with diverse teams
  • a talent for uncovering tacit knowledge and
  • some knowledge of the electricity-generation sector.

Contract length: approximately 3 months, but is very likely be extended for the right person.

For more information, contact Geoffrey Marnell on 0419 574 668.

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