FREELANCE EN TECHNICAL WRITER

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

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FREELANCE EN TECHNICAL WRITER: MEDL10N

Whether already part of the industry, or ready for a brand new challenge, MEDL10N is looking for an enthusiastic individual to join the organization and play a key role in servicing its clients. Applicants should have a strong customer focus as they may be dealing with external clients as well as various departments within the company. 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: 20 June 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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