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  Technical writer/Bid writer; Permanent role

A client is looking for two technical writers—one in Melbourne and one in Brisbane—to join their bid writing teams. These roles would suit a mid-level writer (one with three or more years experience in technical writing).

You must be able to demonstrate:

  • exceptional writing and communication skills
  • sound document formatting and construction skills, including proficiency in the suite of Microsoft products, particularly MS Word
  • diligence, attention to detail and a desire to produce exceptional results
  • an ability to work self-sufficiently and autonomously, with excellent organisational and time management skills
  • an ability to work in a dynamic, stressful working environment under compressed time frames to meet immovable deadlines, and
  • a disposition that enjoys working as a part of a small, collaborative and energetic team.

A good package is on offer, including additional paid leave for going above and beyond, and a 5% commission on any revenue generated as a result of new clients you bring to the company.

Send your CV to cv@abelard.com.au. 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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  Technical writer/Bid writer; Permanent role

A client is looking for two technical writers—one in Melbourne and one in Brisbane—to join their bid writing teams. These roles would suit a mid-level writer (one with three or more years experience in technical writing).

You must be able to demonstrate:

  • exceptional writing and communication skills
  • sound document formatting and construction skills, including proficiency in the suite of Microsoft products, particularly MS Word
  • diligence, attention to detail and a desire to produce exceptional results
  • an ability to work self-sufficiently and autonomously, with excellent organisational and time management skills
  • an ability to work in a dynamic, stressful working environment under compressed time frames to meet immovable deadlines, and
  • a disposition that enjoys working as a part of a small, collaborative and energetic team.

A good package is on offer, including additional paid leave for going above and beyond, and a 5% commission on any revenue generated as a result of new clients you bring to the company.

Send your CV to cv@abelard.com.au. 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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Your CV should be an advertisement for you, showcasing your skills and talent as a writer and document designer. So treat it with the same respect as you would treat a document you were writing for a client. A poorly written CV will give the reader cause to suspect that you do not have the writing skills and attention to detail necessary to succeed in the technical writing profession.