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Nelson, Julie wrote:
>currently don't have a job title for anyone past senior level, so I'd be
>curious to to hear suggestions for entry level thru advanced level
>technical/documentation job writing titles. We're responsible for
>online documentation, web development for the retailer web site, a
>little bit of marketing for the retail computer system & paper docs.
Tech Writer I
Tech Writer II
Senior Tech Writer
I worked at another place where it was just Technical Writer and then
the next level up was Q&A Manager. With my limited experience, the
hierarchies are pretty flat...
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