FREELANCE EN TECHNICAL WRITER

  • Full Time
  • San Francisco
  • Salary Guide: $28,125 - $45,000

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FREELANCE EN TECHNICAL WRITER: MEDL10N

If you’re a people person with the drive to deliver excellent customer service, this may be the role for you. MEDL10N encourages applications from all backgrounds and communities and is committed to having a workforce that is made up of diverse skills, experiences and abilities. Any relevant industry experience or qualifications that you have will be considered. Please visit the website for further information about this role.

Position: Freelance En Technical Writer
Location: San Francisco
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: $28,125 – $45,000
Last Updated: 26 April 2022
Job Category: Scientific

Technical Writer Role:

Writes about technical subjects for technical and nontechnical audiences.

Other Duties:

  • Creates scripts for video tutorials.
  • Tests and updates existing documentation.
  • Adheres to and updates in-house style guide.
  • Creates infographics and screenshot markups.
  • Writes, edits, and updates User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) copy.
  • Creates and builds out user assistance infrastructure, including how-to sections, FAQs, and Help sections.
  • Updates, edits, and proofreads written materials such as product manuals, user manuals, how-to guides, and FAQs.
  • Works closely with subject matter experts, engineers, developers, and product marketing team.
  • Monitors analytics on usage of online product training materials as well as those embedded within the product.
  • Collects user data to determine areas of documentation that need revision and updating.
  • May serve on quality design, product development, or user experience teams.
  • Writes explanations of care interventions that are understandable for patients, families, and medical personnel at all levels of expertise.
  • Works with scientists and researchers to draft grant proposals and write articles for non-specialist readers.



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