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Plans, writes, and edits technical and administrative communication products e.g., reports, brochures, websites, proposals, procedures, manuals, proceedings, and training materials for both print and online/electronic publication. Specific duties include conducting communication needs assessments, interacting with customers to analyze and develop content, and advising customers on Laboratory publication policies and procedures.
Typically requires a bachelor's or master's degree in English, journalism, technical communication, or a physical/social science and 12 years of experience. • Ability to work independently on a variety of communication projects, working from very general instructions and taking initiative to ask questions and clarify expectations as necessary.
• Experience as mentor and/or coach to other writer-editors
• Advanced skills to proactively problem solve to help meet customer needs
• Ability to facilitate stakeholder and subject matter expert (SME) individuals, groups, or teams to extract knowledge gain collaborative consensus for procedure development or modification
• Advanced process mapping and flowcharting skills
• Advanced technical editing and writing skills.
• Experience developing procedures for contractors and organizations involved DOE Complex M&O work
• Advanced knowledge, experience, and judgment required to suggest to management ways to resolve conflicts, solve problems, increase efficiency, and improve services and products
• Expertise in juggling the demands of multiple work priorities and working effectively under pressure
• Ability to deliver high-quality communication products to customers on time and within budget