We offer you challenges, learning experiences, independence, and a great team to support you.
Working on a variety of clients and moving from project to project makes for some of the richest work experience possible. You get a chance to use different tools, work in different methodologies, and write in different tones. From scientific instruments, through manufacturing, all the way to fancy gadgets and toys, and anything in between. Each field calls for different skills and attitudes.
We offer you challenges, learning experiences, independence, and a great team of colleagues to support you. Whether you are experienced, or just getting started, we are looking forward to meeting you.
We are always busy finding new projects and developing our customer relationships. We are steadily growing our in-house teams in Woking, Krakow and Edinburgh, and are constantly building our network of technical communications specialists who are potentially interested in freelance, contract and permanent work. So if you haven’t sent us your CV for a while or updated us regarding your current status, then please do get in touch by emailing us at email@example.com.
We particularly value relationships with specialists who invest in their own expertise, through active membership of professional associations and online professional networks, and through spending time learning about new tools, methods and industry developments. 3di are active in, and particularly recommend, the www.istc.org.uk, the UK’s leading professional association for technical communicators.
We welcome applications and questions if you are a recent graduate or considering a 2nd career. Get in touch if you have a technical or scientific background and a talent for accurate, clear and concise communication. If you are known for turning complex ideas into a meaningful explanation, we want to hear from you.
Please email us today at firstname.lastname@example.org and send us a copy of your CV or profile.
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