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Technical Writer Sr

Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation - Savannah, Georgia

8/9/2018 6:30:08 PM
137302
Engineering Support


Unique Skills:

Applicants having any of the following skills or experience are likely to be successful if chosen for this position:

(1) Strong fault isolation background or Avionics troubleshooting on modern aircraft systems preferably Gulfstream 550/650.

(2) Experience with identifying and verifying fault isolation procedures by referring to engineering drawings, technical manuals and similar publications.

(3) Ability to learn new software applications and specialized computer requirements necessary to support fault isolation activities.

(4) Ability to find answers to technical questions from various sources and business units (e.g. vendor manuals, Engineering, Tech Ops, Etc.)

Education and Experience Requirements:

Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience in the authoring of technical publications required. Four (4) years Technical Publications writing experience. Three (3) years of Standard Graphic Markup Language (SGML) or SGML-related software applications experience required.

Position Purpose:
Responsible (either individually or with other team members) for the writing of major portions of technical publications. Supports the complete workflow process to ensure successful completion of each revision cycle and distribution of technical publications. Complies with established quality processes to ensure accuracy, ease of use and timely delivery of each revision cycle content.

Principle Duties and Responsibilities:

Essential Functions: 1. Write technical publications content as directed. 2. Conduct reviews and analyze technical documents to gain a thorough understanding of how complex systems operate and how they are to be integrated into technical manuals to provide the end user with the level of text and graphics to support the efficient return to service of the aircraft system. 3. Consult with internal, external customers and Engineering to create/revise technical manuals to support the department/corporate operating priorities. 4. Provide input to management on new processes or technology for integration into the technical publications business model. 5. Assist in developing solutions for overcoming the technology/technical issues introduced by outside suppliers for incorporation into existing manuals. 6. Work with management, other departments, and team members in the development of specific project data. 7. Provide liaison with Completion Center, Technical Operations, Production and/or Completion Engineering, Service Center to obtain the necessary approval for technical information prior to its release to customers. 8. Participate with publications team to ensure all internal department workflows and business processes are followed for issues relating to producing and delivering technical publications and associated Computerized Maintenance Program (CMP) data. 9. Work with internal/external customers in the development of specific project requirements of source data to ensure a seamless incorporation of new data in the publications environment. Perform other duties as assigned.

Other Requirements: 1. At least three (3) years of Standard Graphic Markup Language (SGML) or SGML-related software applications.
2. Strong technical writing and communication skills are required. 3. Ability to read and interpret blueprint and Engineering Orders. 4. Must have a thorough knowledge of aircraft tools, test equipment, vendor coding, parts nomenclature, maintenance procedures, and of aircraft equipment and maintenance.
Languages Required (in addition to English): [[cusLanguage]]

Additional Information

Requisition Number: 137302

Category: Engineering Support

Percentage of Travel: None

Shift: First

Employment Type: Full-time

Posting End Date: 08/17/2018

Gulfstream does not provide work visa sponsorship for this position, unless the applicant is a currently sponsored Gulfstream employee.



Savannah, GA

Savannah, Georgia





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