Technical Editor on GSA STARS II Small Business IDIQ make all the necessary corrections in the papers for publications submitted to them by the technical writers with appropriate feedback. They pay attention to the details of the technical publication by reviewing and making corrections to the punctuation mark, spelling, grammar, and redundancy. They are responsible for the maintenance of the websites and the creation of new web content. Highly-experienced and responsible for giving editorial guidelines and tips to the technical writer to make sure that the content of the organizational document meets the standard of the organization. Ensure that technical documents follow the style laid out in the organization’s style guide and may be responsible for maintaining and revising the style guide. May have bachelor’s degrees in English language, journalism or other related certifications with years of experience in both technical writing and editing. Exceptional in reading through complex topics with the ability to make them comprehensible and appealing to non-technical readers. Possess the ability to define content goals and prioritize with the technical writers to accomplish the goals. Excellent and exceptional in proofreading and are proficient with word processing and other desktop publishing applications. Experienced and skillful in conducting research and familiar with all relevant content referencing styles. Ensure that the information contained in the article are complete and conduct audience analysis by taking an essential look into the characteristics of the readers. Stay abreast of new developments in the industry to ensure information accuracy and avoid misinformation. This position is for a technical editor in a large software house or an editor in a technical lab, which produces papers for publications. Newsletter, newspaper or magazine editors should not be matched to this position.
CLIN 115 Technical Editor
$75.17 / Per Hour
Technical Editor on GSA STARS II Small Business IDIQ responsible for content of technical documentation. Checks author?s document for spelling, grammar and content problems (e.g., missing instructions or sections; redundant or unnecessary sections). Accuracy of content may fall under this position or the programmer, depending on the expertise of the editor. Ensures that documents follow the style laid out in the organization?s style guide. May also be responsible for maintaining the style guide. Suggests revisions to the style guide as appropriate. Editor is often a technical writer who has moved to this position. Note: This description is for a technical editor in a large software house or an editor in a technical lab, which produces papers for publication. Newsletter, newspaper, or magazine editors should not be matched to this position.