MOSAIC is seeking a Sr. Technical Writer 3 to work in the in the Annapolis Junction, MD area.

Position Summary:

  • Responsible for the preparation, review, revision, and maintenance of technical documents including software and systems engineering, system operations, testing, and user documentation.
  • Writes and edits technical documentation for all of the project’s hardware and software to include installation, configuration and how-to documentation.
  • Creates code documentation for software; produces implementation guides and end- user guides for capabilities; provides field, data definition, and data flow documentation and formats technical publications from pamphlets, technical drawings, and consultations with technical personnel and other available resources.

Position Duties:

  • Assist in preparing and maintaining operations documentation, user guides and manuals and technical publications
  • Understand basic concepts (to include basic grammar concepts), responsible for writing technical copy for various types of documents
  • Gather technical information, prepares written text
  • Maintain a current internal documentation library
  • Use multiple word processing and presentation tools such as MS Word, PowerPoint, and Visio etc.
  • Prepare and maintain operations documentation, user guides and manuals and technical publications
  • Work with developers to produce quality documentation and training materials
  • Work on all phases of documentation
  • Understand basic concepts and write technical copy for various types of documents for a program/project of similar complexity
  • Prepare reports, responses, and briefings targeted to a wide range of audiences
  • Coordinate layout and design of documents
  • Research highly technical subject matter, organizes information from multiples sources, and express technical information in written form that is comprehensible to a wide audience of readers
  • Under general direction, write technical copy for various types of documents for a program/project of similar complexity
  • Apply concepts for technical writing based on engineering drawings, technical information from engineering documentation, consultations with engineers and subject matter experts, and other available sources
  • Produce defense acquisition documentation, user manuals, training manuals, and other documentation utilized by the end-user community of DoD electronic equipment and systems
  • Interpret engineering and maintenance drawings, operational procedures to understand and blend large quantities of computer related information
  • Produce technical documentation for Cryptologic programs or projects developing analytic tradecraft methodologies
  • Apply technical manual standard for DoD work products
  • Provide expert oversight of technical writing and editing to all phases of acquisition and technical documentation for the Program, Project, or Contract
  • Work independently preparing and maintaining highly complex systems, programming and operations documentation, procedures and methods
  • Act as project leader for projects with complex or voluminous documentation and may provide or coordinate special documentation services as required
  • Review work products of others for compliance with technical manual DoD Data Standard

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a technical discipline from an accredited college or university is required. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two (2) years of experience, reducing the requirement to six (6) years of experience. Four (4) years of additional TW experience may be substituted for a bachelor’s degree
  • Eight (8) years experience as a TW in programs and contracts of similar scope, type, and complexity is required.
  • Active TS/SCI with polygraph

Full-Time employees have a choice of 3 different medical plans, 1 medical supplement plan, 2 different dental plans and vision coverage. All plans are ala carte, so you can choose what fits for you and your family.

  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
  • 401(k) Matching Program
  • 11 Paid Holidays 
  • Paid Time off (PTO)
  • Short-Term Disability and Long-Term Disability paid for by MOSAIC
  • Term Life Insurance 
  • Training and Career Development Reimbursement Opportunities
  • Referral Incentive Program

 At MOSAIC Technologies Group each team member is a key player.  MOSAIC provides consulting and technical services to Government and commercial clients in the areas of management, mission and technology. We know the value of our talent, and we work to provide challenging opportunities for each member that will cultivate careers as well as develop people.  Our familial environment, competitive salary and benefits are a few of the ways that we take care of our people.  If you believe in supporting your community, growing your career and working with committed colleagues then join us. MOSAIC wants you in the family.

MOSAIC is an EEO/Affirmative action employer and is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. 

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