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7 months ago
Morson International
Salary: £30.29 per annum
Location: Cumbria
Job type: Contract
Contact: Matthew Crook
Sector: Electronics
Category: Author Technical Jobs

Job Description

This is an electrical Technical Author's role, updating electrical related workmanship documents., Dreadnought. This role will work with electrical subject matter experts across the Programme, Operations, Engineering and Quality functions to produce technical documentation and processes, enabling the Operations teams to manufacture and construct against engineering design and the relevant quality standards.

The successful candidaite will be reviewing and refreshing specific electrical workmanship standard documentation as well as the creation of new documentation and processes, discrete to the Dreadnought design and build.

Technical authoring activity will be specifically electrical-based, with extensive liaison across key stakeholders in Operations, Engineering, Quality, Safety.

The Individual

Demonstration of technical writing skills.

Ability to extract technical information from design based data to write detailed standards and manufacturing instructions.

Ability to effectively communicate across stakeholder groups.

Ability to problem solve and interpret complex information.

Must have electrical technical author experience. Ideally worked within the marine sector, especially Submarines, although the candidate requires an electrical background.

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