Events

September TechComm Networking Event

Join your fellow technical communicators and user experience communicators in a special session to start off the 2019 – 2020 activities for the Wisconsin Chapter.

Let’s work together to grow your career and help others grow theirs. We are looking forward to exploring ideas for programs that have meaning to you in the coming months – topics, where to meet, times that are convenient for you with your schedule.

We hope you’ll join us; we want to get to know you!

Refreshments provided by corporate sponsor, Ken Cook Co.

RSVP at the Wisconsin Technical Communicators Meetup

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Employment

Job Opening: Agriculture Manufacturing Documentation

TW-1134: Manufacturing Technical Writer – Fulltime Staff – Racine, WI

A global translation and documentation company is adding a fulltime staff technical writer (intermediate to senior level) to create equipment operation and repair manuals, update technical illustrations, etc.

Requirements

  1. Experience creating manufacturing/industrial documentation (Required)
  2. Experience with structured authoring is a plus (Required)
  3. Experience documenting agricultural equipment is a plus
  4. Experience with illustration tools is a plus

Notes

  1. This is a full-time salaried position.
  2. To be considered, email your resume (or questions) to Kevin Meglic <Kevin.Meglic@ProspringStaffing.com>
Events

January 9, 2018: Revitalize STC Wisconsin

Community Volunteer Leaders Needed

The Society for Technical Communication is the largest association of technical communicators in the world. The STC Wisconsin chapter has a rich history of volunteer leaders committed to the fulfillment of our charter.

Do you value Face-to-Face networking?  Do you want to learn more to advance your career?  Will you share your ideas, energy, time and talents to rebuild our chapter?

Over the years we have worked with the community to offer educational programs, and increase awareness of our changing profession.  “F2F networking” was fun!

Join us for networking, dinner, and some re-energizing discussion on how to revitalize our chapter.  No charge!

MSOE Campus Center

1025 N Broadway

3rd floor Multipurpose room

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Registration 5:30

Light dinner 6:00

Meeting 7:00

RSVP at admin@stcwi.org to help us plan for dinner. You can also leave a message so we can take your thoughts and ideas to the group for discussion on Tuesday night.

Thanks to our sponsors: MSOE User Experience and Communication Design Program, and the Ken Cook Co.

We look forward to seeing you!

STC Wisconsin Chapter Advisory Committee