Technical Author

Posted a week ago by VGC

Location:
Manchester, Greater Manchester
Salary/Rate:
£220 - £240/day
Posted:
A week ago
Agency:
VGC

Job Role: Technical Author

Location: Manchester

Duration: 6 months rolling contract

Day Rate: £220 - £240 (PAYE)

Summary of the Technical Author:

I am currently recruiting for a Technical Author with a strong rail background to work for a Tier 1 company on a long term Civils project.

Responsibilities for the Technical Author:

  • Producing the mandatory documentation to support the design projects, working alongside Design Engineers and Project Engineers.
  • Creating a modification procedure from the project design drawings, survey photographs and existing rail vehicle information.
  • Creating new maintenance procedures as necessary from the design drawings.
  • Assessing any existing maintenance instructions and amend as necessary.
  • When necessary, creating new Client templates in MS Word to support the above.
  • Stand-alone production of technical documentation for project tasks.
  • Assists with authoring of risk assessments across the project.
  • Preparing high quality technical reports based of the output of various tools and processes already within the business.

Requirements for the Technical Author:

  • Degree educated OR equivalent experience
  • At least 5 years Rail experience
  • You must own your own vehicle and be willing to use this
  • Significant relevant Rail industry experience to work in a stand-alone role
  • Previous experience writing all processes and procedures for the rail surveying for a major project

If you feel as though you are the right person for this Technical Author role, then please apply with an up to date copy of your CV and we will be in touch with you soon.

We look forward to hearing from you!

"VGC Personnel are acting as an employment business in relation to this vacancy"

Type:
Contract
Start Date:
ASAP
Contract Length:
6 months+
Job Reference:
2380_1614091188
Job ID:
213235301
Applications:
Less than 10

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