Write and revise operator’s manuals, service manuals, software release notes, and administrator guides for a variety of medical devices used in blood centers, plasma centers, and hospitals. Ensure work instructions and style guides are followed. Perform a variety of tasks under the mentorship of senior technical staff.
PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES PERFORMED BY THE INCUMBENT.
Study drawings, specifications, mockups, and devices and run simulated procedures to revise manuals for legacy devices and to develop manuals for new devices.
Translate technical information and system requirements into text and graphics comprehensible by the end user.
Prepare charts, graphs, flow charts, or forms for illustrative content and assist with photo shoots and instrument screen shots.
Work with employees from various departments (e.g., Research and Development, Clinical Education, Quality, Regulatory, Marketing, etc.) to identify the technical information to be conveyed to customers or service personnel. Manage reviews of manuals with these same functions.
Control versions of manuals in development and work with Proofreading and Document Control to release final, approved versions in the electronic document management system.
Experienced in Adobe Pro, InDesign, and Illustrator
Proficient in Microsoft Word
Project management skills
Time management skills
Ability to manage multiple projects concurrently
Prior medical device experience preferred
A certain degree of creativity and independence is expected.
Fresenius Kabi is a leading global health care company that focuses on pharmaceuticals and medical devices used to care for critically and chronically ill patients inside and outside the hospital. Fresenius Kabi products include intravenous specialty and generic medicines, transfusion technologies, infusion therapies, clinical nutrition and related medical devices. The company's roots go back more... than 100 years to the founding of Fresenius SE in Bad Homburg, Germany, where the company is headquartered today. With a corporate philosophy of “Caring for Life,” our goal is to improve the patient’s quality of life.