This position will join the User Education team in creating excellent user documentation, help files, and training materials for a diverse group of users across many departments throughout the Church. Types of deliverables include online help and printed manuals for software applications; one- to two-page quick reference guides based on needs and roles of users; screencasts; contextsensitive help and on-screen help text; and blogs and web articles.
Since the candidate will be a member of my team here, I'm recruiting for it in hopes of getting the best possible teammate. If you're interested in applying, go to https://lds.org/church/employment. In the sidebar, click Browse Jobs. Then search for "technical writer" or the job id #68550. (Note: You have to be LDS and temple worthy for this position, as is the case with all full-time LDS Church jobs.) If you know of any brilliant LDSTech technical writers, please let them know about this opportunity.
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