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Technical Writer Interview Questions

"Employers hiring technical writers want candidates with the technical knowledge and written communication skills to simplify complex concepts. In an interview, be prepared to discuss your writing experience and provide an example of a time you explained a difficult idea to a group or classroom. Your interviewer may also quiz you on technical concepts or ask you to engage in a written exercise."

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When did you graduate from college?

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Questions involving knowing how to react under different scenarios--most likely measuring your ability to adapt.

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What was the worst experience i've had on a job.

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Why do you think you're a good fit for this job?

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No difficult questions, just a comfortable professional interview.

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All three interviews were quite straightforward. Review of previous documents written and discussion of my experience and ability to perform the job.

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Tell me about a time you encountered difficulty in your life.

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No surprises. In-depth questions about experience and familiarity with professional tools FrameMaker and Author-IT

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"I gotta guy that speaks almost no English. How do you explain process steps to him in a manner that will make him understand?"

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How much experience do you have with Subversion and MadCap Flare?

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