Posted in Media - Journalism - Newspaper 12 days ago.
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Location: Seattle, Washington
We are a company of passionate individuals striving to improve healthcare and patient experiences. Our medical content and software tools empower doctors and nurses to make the best decisions for patients, and our work makes a difference in people’s lives.
The Technical Writing team is trusted and respected by their peers in Development and Product and as MCG has grown, so has the demand for their support. They are valued for their ability to understand the systems, distill the impact of changes to users, and translate those changes into meaningful content. We’re looking to bring a new Technical Writer onto that team, does that sound like you?
We work in an Agile environment, so you’ll spend a lot of your time meeting with product owners and developers, rather than reading and translating requirements. You’ll be responsible for engaging with these teams to identify and capture changes as early as possible which often means sitting with developers, participating in daily stand ups, and joining quarterly planning events. You’ll identify the work to be done and negotiate timelines with product owners, adapting as needed to changing business needs. In this specific position you’ll largely be responsible for writing developer facing content so experience documenting APIs, SDKs and a good understanding of webservices is preferred.
In this role you will:
We’d love to hear from you if:
We’re excited to see this team expanding! We are a very purpose driven organization and see so much opportunity for you to make a difference both in our company and our industry. If you’re a passionate, collaborative Technical Writer and want to work collaboratively as part of a team where you are valued and respected, this is the opportunity for you. Apply today and we’ll take it from there!
We embrace diversity, equal opportunity and are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. It is only with diverse thoughts and ideas that we'll be able to create the change we want in Healthcare. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be for it.