Web Content Writer (Ref: 780)

Company Name:
Professional Technology Integration Inc
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Position: Web Content Writer (Ref: 780)
Location: Chester, VA 23836
Duration: 3 Months 25 Days - Contract
Openings: 1
Pay Rate: $40.00/hr
We are looking for a Web Content Writer, that can talk with (Cyber)Security experts and create/write the content for a website.
Over a 90-day period, develop content for cyber security website
Provide content reflecting 100% quality in spelling, grammar and content accuracy
Consult with technical experts and key stakeholders to obtain information regarding cyber security
Include in content IT security developments around threats, vulnerabilities and countermeasures with a focus on privacy of financial and medical records, phishing, ransomware, mobile devices, etc.
Develop content for the average audience in a non-technical tone
Research and incorporate best practices in cyber security into content
Combine disparate materials into content that flows logically and speaks with one voice
Work with subject matter experts to resolve content issues or gaps
Translate complex security concepts and solutions into every-day Web content for citizens and large and small businesses
Develop frequently asked questions (FAQ) and answers to assist citizens and businesses with cyber security
Work closely with the Web developer to ensure information is posted in a manner that is easy to navigate
Required / Desired Skills
Content creation for websites (Required 5 Years)
Translate complex security concepts into every day web content (Required 2 Years)
UX design skills (Nice to Have 2 Years)
Strong writing skills for technology web presence (Required 2 Years)
Writing, knowledge of IT Security concepts (Nice to Have 2 Years)
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