Technical Writer II (19-00753) – CA – South San Francisco

The *** Personalized Healthcare Informatics seeks a talented and motivated Technical Writer/Communication Specialist to support the Imaging team within PHC Network.
Responsibilities:
Draft, proof and finalize documents to support compliance and business process
Understand workflows, document change summaries in clear, understandable redlines without specific guidance
Effectively track and communicate ideas, project goals, results, status and document changes, and drive required escalations
Assisting with preparing scripts, FAQs
Gather business process content, develop and deliver clear communication messages
Proactively respond to communication requests
Preparing ad-hoc presentations
Receive only general instruction and works independently to complete tasks
Create operating instructions, how-to manuals, assembly instructions, and “frequently asked questions” pages
Work with computer hardware engineers, scientists, computer support specialists, and software developers to manage the flow of information

Minimum Required skills:
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Biomedical Engineering, or a similar discipline
Must have at least two years of technical writing experience
Demonstrated superior writing abilities and attention to details
Excellent communication and presentation skills is a must
UX experience is a must
Experience with clinical imaging in multiple therapeutic areas such as Oncology, Ophthalmology, and Neurology would be preferred
Experience with medical image formats (e.g., DICOM, nifti) would be preferred
Desired Qualifications
Journalism, public relations and media writing skills
Experience writing for multicultural and age-specific audiences
Language skills, and writing certification, a plus
Experience writing about health, environment, science and technology, arts, and entertainment a plus
Experience in business development and marketing
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