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  Technical writer; 6-month contract; Start mid- to late-April

We need a technical writer for a large project in Brisbane. Ideally, you will have experience preparing documents in the heavy engineering field (preferably relating to rail infrastructure) and experience preparing tender responses. You will be providing the raw technical information that a dedicated team of tender writers will then finesse into a tender response.

Send your CV to Make sure you include a contact telephone number and email address in your CV.

For further information, contact Geoffrey Marnell on 0419 574 668.

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