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Technical Writer Staffing

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Tier2Tek Staffing Agency will source and find the ideal Technical Writer for your organization. The Technical Writer specializes in the documentation of technology products and services. Moreover, they evaluate current document prose and make improvements as necessary.

For Experienced Recruitment

Tier2Tek recruitment firm has a great deal of experience staffing Technical Writers. Documentation is vital for any organization in order to maintain consistency. Therefore, we ensure our candidates have the utmost experience in technical writing and a background in documentation.

We look forward to working with your organization and assisting with your hiring needs. Please contact us to speak to an account manager and browse the other positions that we staff for.

What Does a Technical Writer Do?

The technical writer documents all necessary processes and procedures in the IT department and beyond. Furthermore, they prepare instruction manuals and other supporting documents to communicate the company’s standard operating procedures (SOPs).

Moreover, they provide documents that help technical and non-technical users with the usage of their systems.

Additionally, they also proofread and edit previous technical writings and update them to modern standards.

According to GlassDoor, the average salary of a Technical Writer is $68,106.

Average Salary

According to GlassDoor, the average salary of a Technical Writer is $68,106.

Sample Job Description for Technical Writer Staffing

Ultimately, the Technical Writer is responsible for all technical documentation, editing, user and help manuals for all deliverables to the Technology Services.

  • Composes IT informational documents and computer user guides.
  • Prepares flow charts, graphs, and related explanatory materials that may be included in documents or online help systems.
  • Translates technical terminology into a narrative more easily understood by an audience that may lack a technical background.
  • Writes or drafts special reports, articles, or related material on products of a technical or administratively complex nature based on consulting with developers and trainers, research, investigation, analysis, and knowledge of complex or technical products.
  • Coordinates with others to establish priorities and develops work plans, activities, and timelines to ensure project goals and deadlines are met.
  • Performs other writing tasks such as writing text about the organization to support the organization’s strategies and goals relative to communications.
  • Reviews, proofreads, or edits complex or technical writing of others.
  • Uses a variety of graphics software applications, tools, and techniques to support the organization’s strategies by designing graphic elements for web pages.

Sample Technical Trainer Job Description

Technical Trainers are responsible for preparing, conducting, and evaluating technical training programs. The Trainer develops materials to be used in training programs and designs exercises to enhance the learning experience for the recipient.

  • Prepares and conducts technical training programs.
  • Assesses training needs and certification requirements.
  • Deploys training to targeted personnel.
  • Prepares training material and classroom agenda as well as instructor materials (course outlines, background material, instructional materials, and training aids).
  • Assists in the design of computer-based and multimedia curricula.
  • Mentors other instructors in the subject matter, content, and course delivery techniques for assigned technical courses.
  • Ensures the quality and consistency of course content throughout the course life cycle.
  • Plans and directs training.

Experience Level

Overall, a Technical Writer is considered an entry-to-mid-level job in regard to experience. Ultimately, if the writer has fluency in the language, they can be trained to write about anything. While it may take background knowledge about the specific subject or product to exceed expectations and move up the ladder, that can always come with time. Therefore, the writer may be brought on without preceding knowledge and learn about the product while writing about it.

Common Certifications for Technical Writer Staffing

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Related Jobs and Career Paths

Overall, a Copywriter is a company’s writing expert. They are called upon to both create and edit any company product that involves English (or any other applicable language). Henceforth, whether working on advertisements, website content, press releases, or social media posts, the Copywriter is there to make sure everything is accurate and engaging.

Unlike the technical writer, the copywriter deals more with advertising and website content.

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These writers have SEO tactics in mind, making sure the online content adheres to corresponding keywords and other rules to make sure the site ranks well on search engines and gets in front of the correct eyes. For example, a content developer is the one writing the page you are currently on (me).

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Firstly, SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. The SEO Analyst is an expert in all things internet presence. They are employed to help increase a company’s online following and help raise the website to the top of search results. For example, if you want your company to be included as the top result when you search for local businesses on Google, the SEO Analyst is the one to pinpoint that process.

Secondly, the SEO Analyst works to fill in any gaps within your website, build backlinks with other websites and help create new content. They are the main pillar of company website building.

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