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  Technical writer with Mechanical Engineering Barckground: Remote Contract

We’re currently looking for a technical writer with qualifications in mechanical engineering to assist a client prepare instructions for an OEM to assemble air conditioning equipment. The work—which can be done remotely—is primarily to provide textual elaboration of a series of CAD drawings so that the OEM assemblers have a good idea of what part does what and where it needs to go. You will have direct access to the design engineers as your subject-matter experts.

Send your CV to cv@abelard.com.au. Make sure you include a contact telephone number and email address in your CV.

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

bullet  Technical writers/Bid writers; Permanent role

A client is looking for two technical writers—one in Melbourne and one in Brisbane—to join their bid writing teams. These roles would suit a mid-level writer (one with three or more years experience in technical writing).

You must be able to demonstrate:

A good package is on offer, including additional paid leave for going above and beyond, and a 5% commission on any revenue generated as a result of new clients you bring to the company.

Send your CV to cv@abelard.com.au. Make sure you include a contact telephone number and email address in your CV.

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

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It's the same in nearly all professions: the majority of jobs just don't get advertised. They are filled by agencies selecting candidates from their resources database. (This database is populated with details supplied by previous applicants and by those who send in their CV unprompted).

CV iconYou are welcome to send us your CV even if you are not applying for any of the jobs listed on this page. By doing so, your details will be added to our resources database. You will then be matched against each job we get to fill, including those that do not get advertised on this page.And if there is a good match with your CV, we will contact you about the job.

Your CV will be treated with strictest confidentiality. It will only ever be forwarded to those of our clients who are seeking to recruit a writer, and only after we have got your approval to do so.

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Click here to open your email application, and attach your CV to the email you send us. Tell us whether you are looking for a contract or a permanent position, and when you will be available. Make sure you include a contact telephone number and email address.

Be careful ...

Your CV should be an advertisement for you, showcasing your skills and talent as a writer and document designer. So treat it with the same respect as you would treat a document you were writing for a client. A poorly written CV will give the reader cause to suspect that you do not have the writing skills and attention to detail necessary to succeed in the technical writing profession.