Technical Author - IEC 61187

Location
Bournemouth
Salary
£30 - £35 per hour
Posted
05 Jan 2018
Closes
02 Feb 2018
Ref
1147230
Contact
Matthew Gibbs
Clearance Level
SC
Sector
Nuclear
Job Type
Contract

Modis are currently recruiting for a Technical Author, who has the ability to gain SC level security clearance, for an exciting organisation based in Dorset working on Nuclear projects.

Role: Technical Author

Location: Dorset

Rate: up to £35 per hour

Duration: 6 months initially

Start Date: ASAP

Clearance: Must have the ability to gain SC level

The client is an established leader in the design, manufacture, supply, support, lifetime extension and decommissioning of I&C systems for the worldwide nuclear industry. Their specialist areas relate to safety systems and include Reactor protection and control, Neutron flux detection, specialist cables and nucleonics and radiation detection instrumentation.

The Role

The Technical Author produces a range of technical documentation required to support the clients products and systems throughout the equipment lifecycle. This includes technical specifications, product / system definitions, test procedures, document templates, installation instructions and method statements. Much of the documentation will be customer focused.

Skills Required

  • Strong eye for detail and capacity to understand the needs of the end user.
  • Sound understanding of Microsoft Word, and proficiency with other MS software, including Excel, Visio and Powerpoint.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills - along with the ability to network and build relationships internally and externally.
  • Must be able to ensure technical content adheres to and complies with any required national and international standards, typically BS EN 61010 / IEC 61187.

If this role is of interest, please contact Matthew Gibbs at Modis (Bristol office) by submitting an application. We will always contact you prior to submitting a formal application to the client to discuss the role in more detail. Alternatively, please call 01179 330 420.