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22nd Jul

Bid Author

— Innovating, progressive company

Location:
Bristol
Type:
Salary:
£25000 - £27000
  • Based from Bristol’s tech hot spot
  • Working closely with data scientists and developers
  • Opportunity to develop your skills within the company

My client is currently looking for a Bid Author to join their growing team, based in the heart of Bristol. You’ll be working within the R&D team, getting involved with the entirety of the development process. This position gives a unique opportunity to both document and help shape future products.

My client is extremely flexible, and happy to consider someone with no prior experience.

What you need in this role

  • Desire to work in a scientific environment
  • Educated to degree level 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication

What are your responsibilities  

  • Writing and improving content for user guides, e-learning, web and help systems
  • Working with various product teams – scientists, software developers, engineers, and other writers to ensure good information flow
  • Creating video, graphical and photographic material to support the technical information
  • Being a cross-functional skilled communicator, with an interest in the technical writing world

If you are interested in applying for this job or finding out more, please give Mia a call on 0117 926 9530 or email her on Mia@adlib-recruitment.co.uk

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