2-3 years work related experience required. Someone who isn't shy about asking questions, is excellent communicator, and is comfortable being a strong advocate for users. More details in the job description you'll get from Jill. Demonstrated ability to write content in the designated area required. Must have the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Must be able to work under deadline pressure. Familiarity with one or more standard style guides required. Must have the ability to write to the specified style guide/format. Bachelors degree in Journalism, English, Communications or related area preferred.
Our client is a large technology company based in Redmond, Washington with a mission to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. They develop computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers, and related services. This company enables digital transformation for the era of an intelligent cloud and an intelligent edge.
Working here, you will be part of a company that values:
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Health Insurance(89 comments)
"Expensive premiums but decent coverage (Cigna)."
401K Plan(40 comments)
"Very good match (10%). Best benefit here."
Dental Insurance(13 comments)
"Aquent offers great dental insurance."
Current contract employee. Really appreciate the PTO and sick time. Insurance is subsidized and is with Cigna; coverage is quite good. Just wish the 401k match were more than 1% (The wording is a bit misleading; the match is a 1% match up to 10% of employee-contributed income, not a 10% match).
Pros: 401k with 10% match for 10% contribution + Health insurance Cons: No vacation, no paid holidays, 40 hours MAX a year for sick leave even if you have contributed and have more hours available.
401K with 10% match is the best thing about the benefits. Otherwise, premiums are pretty expensive and full-time contractors only get 5 paid days off per year and 5 paid sick days. The middling vacation time — it never increases AND is only accessible after an entire year of employment — combined with high cost of insurance and zero coverage for disability are disappointing. You also don’t get an HSA (just an FSA) or life insurance and I consider these very basic necessities for how hard we work.