Millennium Corporation

  • Technical Writer - Federal Proposals

    Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
    Posted Date 5 days ago(9/13/2019 1:58 PM)
    Job ID
    2019-1409
  • Overview

    Millennium Corporation is hiring a Technical Writer to support our Business Development and Proposal Teams at our Corporate HQ in Arlington, VA. 

    Responsibilities

    • Develop comprehensive documentation that meets organizational standards in support of federal government proposal and other related products.
    • Obtain a deep understanding of Millennium products and services to translate complex product information into simple, polished, and engaging content.
    • Develop and maintain detailed databases of appropriate reference materials, including research, usability tests, and design specifications.
    • Evaluate current content and develop innovative approaches for improvement.
    • Research, outline, write, and edit new and existing content, working closely with various departments to understand project requirements.
    • Independently gather information from subject matter experts to develop, organize, and write procedure manuals, technical specifications, and process documentation.
    • Work with development and support leads to identify all documentation repositories, revise and edit, and determine the best solution for data compilation and centralized storage.
    • Develop content in alternative media forms for maximum usability, with a consistent and cohesive voice across all documentation.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in relevant technical field.
    • 2-4 years’ industry experience (preferably in the federal government market) as an effective technical writer.
    • Proven ability to quickly learn and understand complex topics.
    • Previous experience writing documentation and procedural materials for multiple audiences.
    • Superior written and verbal communication skills, with a keen eye for detail.

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