Serves as a primary interface between project teams and Technical Documentation Department, acts as liaison to project leader, conducts formal meetings, track project status and resolves any communication barriers.
Designs, develops, tests, and maintains documentation associated with the design, manufacture, test, release, installation, and distribution within established -schedule and budget targets.
Creates, writes and edits high quality text and graphics, using easy-to-understand grammar, excellent writing structure and good punctuation.
Uses desktop publishing tools skillfully to produce efficient and accurate documentation.
Assists in ancillary services and interdepartmental activities or applications required for publication, preparation, storage and delivery of documentation.
Assists in the maintenance of translated documents, updates and storage as required.
Maintains departmental tools, processes and libraries.
Helps maintain all desktop publishing tools that are required to skillfully produce efficient and accurate labeling documentation.
Authoritative knowledge of current US and International regulations as it pertains to documentation (e.g., FDA, ISO, IVDD and 21 CFR 11), and control of electronic records.
Specific job knowledge of Technical Publications activities and requirements, change control and configuration management.
Excellent skills in communication, negotiation, motivation and persuasion required.
Must have excellent technical writing skills and knowledge of desktop publishing and online help, including, but not limited to, Word, FrameMaker, RoboHelp, and WebWorks. Illustrating, graphics, and screen capture experience (PhotoShop, Corel Draw, Paint Shop Pro) a plus.
Knowledge of word processor, spreadsheets, project management, and electronic document management software
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