Just me. (lara7) wrote,
Just me.
lara7

I have discovered the Loren ipsum of tech writing job ads

 
found June 7, posted here

Writer will use leverage existing content or create new content (content could be a process diagram) for the slated areas. In order to ensure consistency across the collateral the writer will need to leverage or develop a standard template.

The writer will need to cleanse content and ensure consistent use of terms. When creating instructional or process step guides, a more
(cuts off)

As the writing process is complete the writer will capture and collate terms and definition of for terms.

The writer will validate the quality of the written information by having users exercise the instructions, review procedures, and restate processes. The process used provide iterative enhancements to the content of the documents.

Found from ANOTHER company's tech writer recruiting ad. Note the repeat of "definition of for terms." I guess it could originate from the same company that uses multiple recruiters but somehow ignores  the little red line under "of for" in the emails it sends.

Use existing content or create new content (content could be a process diagram) for the slated areas. In order to ensure consistency across the collateral the writer will need to leverage or develop a standard template. If developed, it will need to be approved for usage. The component areas of the template will be reviewed by Stakeholders. The writer will need to cleanse content and ensure consistent use of terms.
 
As the writing process is completed the writer will capture and collate terms and definition of for terms.

The writer will validate the quality of the written information by having users exercise the instructions, review procedures, and restate processes.

Perhaps I should be looking for a job as a Content Cleanser.


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