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Leah Scampoli
Sr. level technical writer needed in Foster City

Essential Duties and Job Functions:

- Assist in developing and updating procedural documents such as SOPs, works instructions and best practices guidelines for the Biometrics department in-line with regulatory requirements and Gilead internal document standards.

- Contribute to other non-regulatory writing activities as required.

- Work directly with Subject Matter Experts to update and/or develop new SOPs and procedures.

- Work collaboratively with functional contributors (clinical, biometrics, safety team, regulatory compliance, etc.) to gather and incorporate review comments on new procedural documents.

- Work independently with minimal direction from Manager in Biometrics Standards group.

- Participate in both group and moderately complex Company-wide process improvement and development initiatives.

- Help develop Biometrics department change communication emails, and training materials.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Specific pharmaceutical:

- Typically requires a BA degree and minimum 10 years of relevant experience within clinical R&D or regulatory affairs such as pharmaceuticals/biotechnology, which includes 5 years of relevant experience in writing procedural documents.

General scientific:

- Typically requires a BA degree and minimum 10 years of relevant experience or a MS degree and minimum of 8 years of relevant experience or a PhD, MD or DVM degree and minimum 4 years of relevant experience.

- Demonstrated success in the preparation of various process documents.

- Highly developed and proven process development writing skills.

- Excellent verbal communication skills.

- Knowledgeable of regulatory document requirements/guidelines.

- Understands moderately complex document management, authoring and publishing tools and their applicability for workflow efficiency.

- Well-developed computer skills including proficiency in Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

- Use of project management tools and graphics packages also desirable.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Nathan Warstler

ACS Group | 2410 Camino Ramon Suite 139 | San Ramon, CA 94583

nathan.warstler@analysts.com

Direct 925-400-6744 | Mobile 217-474-1661
Thursday, 13 November 2014 18:48
 
Leah Scampoli
Technical Editor openings at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

We are currently seeking multiple Technical Editors to provide broad-based technical services in a wide variety of scientific areas to edit, write and/or rewrite technical articles, publications, presentations, and other materials to communicate clearly and effectively research findings, technical developments, and other news and information to a wide range of internal and external audiences. Selected candidates will also be responsible for completing a variety of large and/or complex editing and writing projects, and will be expected to solve problems of varied scope and complexity associated with specific editorial projects. Will coordinate complex production jobs and develop and implement project plans and schedules for moderately complex projects. Will make decisions regarding guidelines, practices, and procedures on project parameters. The selected candidates will interact with authors, SMEs, artists, compositors, and other editors.

They are looking for candidates with experience in these areas:

- BA/BS in English, communications, journalism, engineering or scientific area, or equivalent experience.
- Multiple technical communication areas.
- Editing/writing techniques for a variety of media including comprehensive knowledge of technical language, usage, and style conventions.
- Experience leading production and technical writing assignments.

Candidates who have a passion for scientific writing and editing are encouraged to apply at: https://careers.llnl.gov and search by job #12338.

Kelly Crawford
Recruiting & Diversity Program
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
7000 East Avenue, L-632
Livermore, CA 94551
Phone: 925-424-9777
Email: crawford27@llnl.gov
https://careers.llnl.gov
Monday, 22 September 2014 19:55
 
Leah Scampoli
Jr. Technical Writer (full time) at Polaris Wireless (Mountain View)

Entry-level technical writer to assist in:

· Development of online help for an Enterprise software application
· Monitoring of documentation bugs database
· Composition of slides for use in customer training

Knowledge of tools including MadCap Flare, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Bugzilla desirable but not required.

Visit our website: http://www.polariswireless.com/

This is a great opportunity for someone motivated to learn state-of-the-art tools and work with leading-edge technology.

To apply, contact Linda Lininger at the email address below:

Linda Lininger
Senior Technical Writer
Polaris Wireless
llininger@polariswireless.com
Wireless location-based software polariswireless.com
Monday, 22 September 2014 19:53
 
Leah Scampoli
TPW Instructor opening at SFSU

The Technical & Professional Writing program at San Francisco State University invites interested professionals to share their expertise with our students. We are recruiting a Lecturer to teach an upper-division course, TPW 555: Visual Rhetoric and Document Design, during fall semester 2014.

The course introduces students to document design principles and processes, with a focus on strategies for integrating text and graphics. Workshop instruction teaches publication design software, with an emphasis on Adobe InDesign. Students are assigned exercises and projects to do during lab, in addition to receiving classroom instruction.

TPW will provide the new instructor with a tested course plan and associated teaching materials, including use of an online course management system. The course is progressively designed to combine research-based theory with current practice.

Instructor will be hired to teach the course for fall semester 2014 only, although repeat employment is a possibility.

Qualifications:
- Expertise using Adobe InDesign
- Master’s degree
- Relevant work experience
- Teaching, training, or tutoring experience
- Education or training in design theory and practices

Schedule:
- Mondays, Aug 25 - Dec 15 (except 9/1 and 11/24)
- 6 – 7 pm: ​Office hour in the computer lab
- 7 – 9:45 pm:​ Classroom teaching

Applications:
To apply, please email resume or CV to

Neil Lindeman
Director, Technical & Professional Writing Program, SF State
email: lindeman@sfsu.edu
phone: 650/866.5364

Benefits of working for TPW: http://tpw.sfsu.edu/tpw/part-time-instructor-opportunities
Thursday, 17 July 2014 19:36
 
Leah Scampoli
Taulia is looking for a Senior Level Technical Writer/Info Developer (staff)

Contract and consulting Technical Writer, available in S.F. Bay Area

Taulia is one of the bay area's fastest growing start-ups. See: www.taulia.com

For information about this job, see:

http://www.jobscore.com/jobs2/taulia/technical-writer-san-francisco-ca/bqz_Ls-l4r456HiGakhP3Q

Taulia provides cloud-based invoice, payment and dynamic discounting management solutions that revolutionize the way businesses interact and partner with each other.
Sunday, 22 June 2014 18:31