Jacobs Technical Editor - Tideway - FTC in London, United Kingdom
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The Technical Editor for Operational Integration (OI) is a resource specialist in managing the production of major documents, from draft and review to publication, for the System Commissioning and System Acceptance programmes of the Thames Tideway Tunnel project.
Major documents include the System Commissioning Plan (SCP), the System Acceptance Plan and various supporting components that are being drafted by subject matter experts in Operational Integration and the wider commissioning teams.
Works with the OI Commissioning Manager in planning the System Commissioning documents production programme
Drafts the core document for the SCP and compiles the components that make up the plan
Manages OI document reviews in line with set processes to meet Interface Agreement and Works Information requirements
Advises authors on the use of templates and structure of documents to be produced Recommends use of layouts, graphics, tables, charts or storyboards to amplify or clarify publication objectives
Reviews material by others and recommends revisions or changes in approaches, scope, format and text to ensure Tideway standards for publications are applied
Researches content for use in documents, presentations and other material
Writes documentation, creates presentations, graphics and spreadsheets as needed
PIMS author for the Operational Integration library in the Programme Information Management System
Please note this role is being offered on a 2-year Fixed Term Contract.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Extensive experience in professional/technical writing/editing
Document production and publication
Working with technical project/engineering teams to produce multiple documents
Document control systems (Asite)
Water industry and/or commissioning background
Skills and competencies
Technical writing, editing, document layout and formatting
Expert in MS Word, using styles and formatting, creating templates
MS Office applications (Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint), MS Visio, SharePoint, Adobe Acrobat and graphics packages
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