Work from home (3)

Jobs 1 and 2:Technical writer; 3+ months

A client has a need for 2 technical writers for 3-month contracts (possibly extending to a year). You need to have considerable experience in the civil engineering field (preferably with knowledge of techniques for building concrete bridges). Experience writing training materials (at AQF levels 2 and 3) would be advantageous. All the work can be done remotely.

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

Apply to cv@abelard.com.au.

Job 3:Technical writer; 6+ weeks

We need a writer ASAP with experience writing compliance instructions. You need to be comfortable with, and able to, interpret legal requirements, extract the embedded obligations and flesh them out into easy-to-read procedures. Itís the policy-to-procedures scenario, where the policies could cover laws, regulations and industry standards. This is not an especially technical job. The primary skill we're seeking is a talent for writing simple, plain, utilitarian English.

The length of the contract is uncertain at this stage, but it is likely to be a couple of months (with ongoing parcels of work after that). The entire project can be done remotely.

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

Apply to cv@abelard.com.au.

Melbourne jobs

Business analyst or technical writer; 6+ months

A client in the far-eastern suburbs of Melbourne is looking for a technical writer or business analyst with substantial experience writing software requirements specifications. Working with product managers and SMEs, you will need to document interface requirements, functional requirements, non-functional requirements, use cases and so on, and construct a variety of standard specification diagrams (such as sequence, data flow and state-transition). You will need to work on-site for most of the time.

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

Apply to cv@abelard.com.au.

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