Content Developer and Technical Writer
Tier2Tek Staffing and Recruitment Agency provides solutions for Content Developer and Technical Writer staffing.
The main responsibility of this role is to create and revise written documents.
What Does a Technical Writer Do?
Looking for a writer to handle documentation and revision of technical information? You are looking for Content Developer and Technical Writer staffing.
Firstly, the Technical Writer is a specialist in grammar and English (unless another language is applicable). They are the go-to with anything writing-based. When a company needs something written, the Technical Writer is there. This may include creating, reviewing and revising documents. These documents may surround systems engineering, system operations, testing and user documentation.
Furthermore, the Technical Writer may be asked to create and design instructional information.
For example, the Technical Writer may be assigned to write how-to manuals, website help sections, articles about products and other content. If you need something written in regards to anything technical, a Technical Writer is right for you.
- Firstly, prepares, reviews and edits briefings and technical documents for business or company.
- Secondly, edits documents to ensure grammatical correctness, appropriate tone, consistency in style and format and conformance with policies and procedures.
- Prepares, evaluates and/or rewrites documents to improve presentation of development of ideas and concepts, the reading and knowledge level of the intended audience, the method of expression and the overall quality of writing.
- Consults with higher ups to plan and advise on content, format and policy before final publication of documents.
- Develops technical material and facilitates team discussions in order to advance to final product.
- Performs creative writing and editing techniques to develop written materials.
- Assists team with developing statements of works for upcoming projects.
- Works to make decisions on routine writing matters.
- Forecasts and meets project deadlines and budgets.
- Takes the initiative to report on project status.
- Alerts manager and internal customers of potential project difficulties.