Technical Communication Job Summary November 24, 2012

Happy Thanksgiving to all of our American friends!

Remember to keep on top of the Technical Communication job postings even during the festive season. The need for Technical Writers, Instructional Designers and Developers may slow down, but it doesn’t disappear.  So don’t stop networking and looking for roles during this period.

Recruiters and companies are still posting roles in the Technical Communication industry and particular cities have seen an increase, such as Houston, Texas.

Here are the technical communication openings in the software, energy, education, oil and gas industries:

Technical Communication Featured Job

  • Technical Writer – URGENT (Dallas, TX): The technical writer will be responsible for working closely with subject matter experts, including network engineers, application managers, and business managers, to create user guides and online help systems for software applications.

Latest Technical Communication Jobs

Technical Writer

  • Technical Writer (New York, NY): The Technical Writer will develop the work plans and spend plans, and statistical analyses. As well as write and edit the results of surveys and statistical studies.
  • Technical Writer (Washington D.C.): The Technical Writer will write technical documents and marketing materials for consistency, clarity, and technical accuracy. Determine what portions of reports should be revised, rewritten, omitted, or added to reports.
  • Technical Writer (Charlotte, NC): The Technical Writer will write original content and edit existing technical reports, procedures, and/or training manuals for internal distribution, customer reference, or publication.
  • Technical Writer (Dallas, TX): The Technical Writer is responsible for designing, writing, revising and/or the editing of documentation (i.e., application papers, product descriptions, catalogs, manuals/guides, commercial applications, brochures, product articles, etc.) for users, either technical or non-technical.
  • Technical Writer (Houston, TX): The Technical Writer will design, develop, write, and deliver end-user product documentation, incorporating testers and team feedback and best practices to enhance product usability.
  • Senior Technical Writer/Author (Houston, TX): The Senior Technical Writer will work with proposal teams, business development managers and operations managers to develop KBR responses to strategic federal government solicitations.
  • Technical Writer (Folsom, CA): The Technical Writer will develop web pages,  update web pages, troubleshoot preproduction and production environment build and tool processing failures.
  • Technical Writer 2 (San Francisco, CA): The Technical Writer 2 will create, develop, plan, write and edit operational, instructional, maintenance, test or user manuals for paper, multimedia or web-based publications. Contributes to the timely design, production and delivery/completion of product documentation and document sets.
  • Technical Writer (Seattle, WA): The Technical Writer will develop,  produce documentation for web services, SDKs, or API libraries.  As well as independently follow designs and standards to develop and deliver documentation for AWS products.
  • Instructional Support Developer (New York, NY): The Instructional Support Developer will manage design and delivery of professional development   for schools across the network.

Instructional Designer

  • Sr. Instructional Design/Learning Solutions Consultant (Houston, TX): The Sr. Instructional Designer will work with SME’s develop, deploy, and maintain learning and development tools for formal learning using various methods, media and technology.
  • Instructional Designer (San Diego, CA): The Instructional Designer will design and develop interactive courseware for customer training, as well as ensuring the integrity of task analysis, training requirements, training hierarchies, instructional materials, and evaluation plans.

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