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TECHNICAL WRITER/EDITOR – CORE PROCEDURES ORG
REVISION NUMBER: 0 DATE: 7/22/2021
1.0 OBJECTIVE This work is to provide Technical Writing/Editing functions or program support services to WRPS. The individual performing the work is subject to controls, processes and procedures established by Washington River Protection Solutions (WRPS).
2.0 DESCRIPTION OF WORK-SPECIFIC This technical writer/editor position is to support the Core Procedures organization in the development, modification and periodic review of Administrative and Technical procedure types, including support functions associated with data gathering, issue resolution, monitoring and reporting. No hands-on field work activities will be performed. This position researches, writes, edits, indexes, revises and proofreads technical data for use in documents such as policies, plans, procedures and standards.
3.0 PERSONNEL QUALIFICATIONS
3.1 Required Qualifications/Skills
a) Education—Minimum Requirements (Select One Only)
A Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree is preferred; however, an equivalent combination of education and/or experience writing/editing technical procedures, instructions, documents or publications will be considered.
A minimum of 2 years of technical writing experience.
c) Certification (Select One) No Certification Required
d) Other Qualifications Proficient with Microsoft products (e.g., Word, Visio, Excel and Outlook)
3.2 Desired Qualifications/Skills Knowledgeable with electronic workflows, databases, and records management. Hanford Site Experience desired.
4.0 Training HGET is mandatory for work on Hanford Site and other WRPS or facility-specific training may be required.
5.0 Work Location/Potential Access This position will be located at 1820 Terminal Drive, Richland, WA 99354 and may include visits to offices located on site (e.g. 200 East or 200 West Areas). HGET is required for HLAN and site access.
6.0 Site Access/Work Hours Hanford personnel at the Hanford Site work a standard 4/10 schedule. The standard work week consist of ten (10) hours of work between 6:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. with one-half hour designated as an unpaid period for lunch, Monday through Thursday. Work performed outside normal operating hours shall be coordinated and approved in accordance to procedure TFC-BSM-CP_CPR-C-12