Senior Technical Writer

Boston, Massachusetts

Local Only

Full Time

$70k - $120k

My client is seeking a highly skilled and experienced Senior Technical Writer to join their Medical Products Division. They are 20,000 person semiconductor and medical device company that has had 9 consecutive quarters of record-breaking earnings. Their Medical Products division is one of the most heavily invested departments in the company, and they are building a brand new IoT product that will be used for real time heart monitoring for patients with heart diseases. This group is looking for an experienced Technical Writer.

As a Senior Technical Writer, you will play a crucial role in creating and managing all documentation related to the medical devices used for patients with heart disease. You will collaborate closely with the development teams throughout the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) to ensure accurate and comprehensive documentation that meets regulatory requirements and industry standards. The ideal candidate is able to commute to their office in Massachusetts twice per week, and has excellent communication skills!

Required Skills and Experience: 

  • Bachelor's degree in Technical Communication, English, Computer Science, or a related field. A Master's degree is a plus.
  • Proven experience as a Technical Writer, preferably in the medical device industry, with a strong understanding of the Software Development Life Cycle.
  • Familiarity with medical device regulations and standards, such as FDA regulations (e.g., 21 CFR Part 820) and ISO 13485.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to convey complex technical information in a clear and concise manner.
  • Proficiency in using documentation tools such as Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat, and version control systems.
  • Experience with content authoring tools, such as MadCap Flare or similar tools, is highly desirable.
  • Strong attention to detail and excellent organizational skills to manage multiple documentation projects simultaneously.

Posted by: Jordyn Kamara