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On Tue, Jun 28, 2016 at 12:15 PM, Robert Lauriston <robert -at- lauriston -dot- com>
> This one? It reads like a marketing job to me.
> Creative Technical Writer
> Our client located in Seattle has an opportunity for a Creative
> Technical Writer to join their team.The role is responsible for the
> creation, sourcing, curation and distribution of various technical
> content across multiple communication platforms. Candidate should be a
> creative, detail oriented, and actively stays ahead of industry
> This individual uses their understanding of the marketplace to advise
> and lead internal partners through the proposal, conception, and
> implementation of technical program promotion campaigns via the
> various internal communication channels. This individual will partner
> with subject matter experts and developers, leveraging common
> information in the development of complementary documentation.
> â Participate in social media strategy â how best to package and
> deliver technical content
> â Manage a communications plan with various communication deliverables
> for multiple programs
> â Write and collaborate on technical content, such as:
> o short posts for internal promotion of a service or technical concept
> o perspective pieces --- doing external and internal research on a
> technical trend (like Cloud or the Internet of Things), synthesizing
> that information and composing articles for internal publication.
> These may be written from scratch or collaborated on with Enterprise
> Architecture leads.
> â Collaborate with partners to create content-driven solutions to fit
> marketing and promotional needs
> â Participate in creative brainstorms
> â Presentation design
> â Participation in team meetings, briefings to articulate creative vision
> â Content creation using Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign,
> for a variety of digital mediums including e-mail communications,
> dashboards and presentations
> â Utilize communication collateral for promoting department programsâ
> content to encourage participation as required by the programs
> Community Management
> â Moderate internal social/communication platforms to encourage
> conversation, engage with each community, remove spam content, respond
> to reader questions and assist with customer service questions in a
> real-time fashion.
> â Identify opportunities to better communicate with our audience as
> themes reappear in messages, posts, and questions.
> â Coordinate and manage meeting schedules, agendas, attendees,
> materials and follow-up plans.
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