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Technical Writer

We're seeking a Technical Writer to work with our Federal Government client in the Boise, ID area. You will support team members across the organization by providing documentation for products, features, processes, and policies. You are a technical writing professional, able to turn complicated subjects into easy-to-use and impactful performance supports. You are comfortable managing multiple projects and can adjust priorities on the fly. You have diverse communication skills and can successfully use them in varied contexts including interactions with technical teams, SMEs, trainers, management and at-large team members.


You will develop internal and external documentation for our client's systems. Working in the agile software development cycle, you will work with product managers, developers and QA professionals to accurately document new products, features, and workflows. You will work with representatives for the six audiences for the documentation to develop a custom set of release notes tailored to their team’s needs. You will then proactively integrate the new or changing information into the company knowledge base.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Write and proactively maintain documentation, including but not limited to User Manuals, release notes, new feature write-ups, system command documentation, report documentation, and technical bulletins.
  • Plan and design layouts and content for new product documentation.
  • Develop on-line help screens.
  • Develop standards and templates for use in all documentation deliverables.
  • Execute copy editing and quality assurance reviews, including proofreading for grammar, style, context, spelling and content accuracy.
  • Aid in the planning, design, development and execution of test plans and procedures for new and existing products and features.


  • Bachelor’s  Degree, preferably in English or a technical field
  • 3+ Years of Experience
  • Ability to effectively communicate with, facilitate, and advise, senior management
  • Strong experience in advanced use of Excel, PowerPoint, Project, and SharePoint (or equivalents)
  •  1 Year of experience editing training content and preparing materials for distribution to the public and customers.
  • 1 Year of experience developing presentations and learning objectives for a variety of training materials.
  • 1 Year of experience assisting in the development and design of course training materials in order to achieve desired outcomes.
  • 1 Year of experience preparing and formatting MS Word and PDF for 508 compliance and distribution.


Centeva offers a competitive benefits package following a probationary period including

  • Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance; Centeva pays 80% of all premiums
  • PTO and all 10 Federal Holidays paid time off
  • 401(k) with up to 4% company matched contribution
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