IT Technical/Proposal writer
Essential Duties/Tasks and Responsibilities:
· Write IT proposal content, including technical sections, management and staffing sections, Budgeting, resumes, and executive summaries.
· Understand the work required to be done in the RFP and write statement of work in a well elaborated manner in the proposal.
· Have to understand the technical terms of reference given in the RFP.
· Review and edit sections drafted by other contributors.
· Synthesize raw content from various sources into a cohesive and comprehensive passage.
· Ensure final submission is compliant with donor regulations and instructions in the RFP.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
· Good if having prior experience in preparing IT proposals.
· Understanding of the context of technical (IT) RFP.
· Proven Software technical writing skills and track record of creating compelling, clear, and succinct documents.
· Proven track record of developing Software user manuals.
· Experience in creating Software requirements specification documents.
· Understanding of Software engineering concepts & software development life cycles.
· Know-how of the software development tools like .Net, PHP, MySQL, MSSQL, Android etc.
· Exceptional organizational skills and an ability to manage competing priorities under tight deadlines.
· Proficiency in Microsoft Word.
Skills and Qualifications
· Bachelor’s degree in IT/ BSCS or relevant technical field.
· 1-4 years’ industry experience as an effective technical writer.
· Proven ability to quickly learn and understand complex topics.
· Previous experience writing documentation and procedural materials for multiple audiences.
· Superior written and verbal communication skills, with a keen eye for detail.
· Experience working with engineering to improve user experience: design and help refine content and create visuals and diagrams for technical support content.
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