Part-Time Technical Writer
Need a Part-Time Technical Writer?
Do you need an experienced technical writer, but don’t have the budget for a full-time commitment? Does having a part-time technical writer on board just make more sense for your project?
Yes? Then I would love to hear from you.
I know there are contract technical writers who won’t entertain the idea of part-time hours, but I’m not one of them. I’ve worked part-time on many projects, and it really isn’t a problem. In fact, there can be some benefits to a part-time arrangement (I’ll explain these further down the page).
Minimum 2 Days
For part-time projects, I need a minimum of 2 days per week to make it viable. It is really difficult to achieve anything in less than 2 days, as there’s always an amount of research to be done, and it usually means I will need to interview your subject matter experts (SMEs) or at least get a demo.
But am I the right man for your documentation project? I’d like to think so.
During my 20 year career, I’ve documented software, hardware, and processes and I’ve written marketing copy and training material too. I’m a certified MadCap Flare advanced user (V11) and I’ve used other leading tools too, including Paligo, Confluence, Adobe products, and Word. So I bring lots of technical writing skills and knowledge from past work to your project.
Can a Part-Time Technical Writer be Productive Enough?
Naturally, if I’m working as your part-time technical writer, it may take a little bit longer to complete the work. But you’ll be surprised at what can be achieved in just a few days. I have a lot of experience and a ‘get on with it’ attitude, so will be productive from day #1.
What Happens if a Full-Time Opportunity Comes Along?
But to make this feasible, I do have a minimum period of 2 days per week, and ideally I aim for 3 days per week.
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