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Graduate Job TECHNICAL WRITER

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Data Connection
Reference: KS2
Salary: ú26,000  

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Data Connection is an internationally renowned technology company specialising in the fast-moving world of telephony and data communications. Established in 1981, we now employ over 300 people, and have created a relentless and unrivalled track record of commercial success. Our head office is in Enfield (North London) and we have satellite offices in Chester, Edinburgh, San Francisco and Washington DC. Our leading-edge technology powers networks around the world, and our continued innovation places us at the heart of the dynamic global communications revolution. In 2005, we have been voted fifth in The Sunday Times æ100 Best Companies to Work ForÆ and third by the Financial Times æBest Workplaces, UKÆ. We would like to recruit someone with the potential to be a top-flight technical writer to join our highly skilled Documentation Group. We are looking for talent and enthusiasm rather than experience. The role of Technical Writer involves working alongside our world-class developers to produce a variety of complex technical documentation. Our Documentation Group are also responsible for maintaining our external websites. Members of the team therefore have the opportunity to learn and use HTML, JavaScript, graphics production, search engine optimisation techniques and design skills. The successful candidate will have a strong academic record (a minimum of three AÆs at A-Level) and a degree in any discipline. An aptitude to understand complex technical concepts, and the capability to explain these clearly and concisely is extremely important.

Location: London (inner and outer)

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