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Entry Level Technical Writer - B.S in E.E or M.E required

Volt


Location:
San Diego, CA
Date:
09/21/2017
2017-09-212017-10-21
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Entry Level Technical Writer - B.S in E.E or M.E required | Volt

Entry Level Technical Writer - B.S in E.E or M.E required

San Diego, CA

Location:San Diego, CA
Category:Computer Industry
Employee Type:Contingent
Duration:0 weeks
Pay Rate:N/A
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Date Posted:9/14/2017
Job ID:41909
Contact:Volt
Phone:619/471-1463
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Description

 

Major aerospace company is seeking multiply entry level technical writers but candidates must have a 4 year degree with a B.S in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering or aerospace engineering. The ideal candidate will function as a technical writer to prepare unmanned aircraft and ground control station (GCS) technical documentation and manuals, to include operator and maintenance, aircraft flight operations, aircraft and GCS maintenance, training documentation, and other ground and support equipment manuals as required. The Technical writing duties include researching, documenting, and developing detailed procedures to include operator, maintenance, troubleshooting, fault isolation, checklists, technical specifications, field alert bulletins, training materials, and other procedures and reports to military requirements. Develop and review technical documents for content, accuracy, and format. Planning, coordinating, and leading the efforts of a small team to complete the project and may provide direction and training to less experienced staff.

Volt is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Requirements:

Working with Arbortext Editor, Microsoft Office Suite, Visio, Adobe Illustrator, Visio, SGML-based writing and other applications, including interactive manuals and desktop publishing. Technical writing source material comes in the form of engineering drawings, software description documents, test plans, design specifications/documentation, as well as discussions with engineers, pilots, technicians, and military/civilian customers. Hands-on experience in aircraft flight and ground operations, maintenance, and system troubleshooting, and technical writing experience in the development of technical manuals and training documentation for military aircraft systems. Specific experience in operations and/or maintenance of aircraft systems, such as avionics, mechanical/engines, electrical/electronic, RF, EO/IR, and weapons systems.

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