technical writing concept worksheet pre-writing for technical documents

YOU MUST COMPLETE THIS TO PASS THIS CLASS.Assignment InstructionsNow that you’ve read about what the Technical Writing process, it’s time to put those concepts to use!For this worksheet, there are 3 parts.Part 1: First, imagine you are a technical writer looking for full-time or contract work. Many technical writers use job sites like flexjobs to search for open positions (which you can glance at here: Now, imagine you’re thinking about applying for the job in the below sample posting:Technical WriterJob Description: Technical Writer for Surgical Glove ManufacturerSeeking an experienced work-at-home technical writer to create product manuals, write online articles, and design system documentation. Bachelor’s degree and at least three years’ technical writing experience required.Job Details:Date Posted:09/23/XXRemote Work Level:100% RemoteLocation:N/AJob Type:EmployeeJob Schedule:Full-TimeCareer Level:ExperiencedEducation Level:Bachelor’s DegreeTravel Required:NoneCompany Accolades:Categories:Writing, Technical Writing, Medical Grade Sterile GlovesPart 2: Next, you’ll complete the below chart in a new document (see an example in section 4 of this week’s reading).Keep in mind you should be imagining what kind of document this employer needs a technical writer to make, and use the chart to analyze that. In other words, don’t use the chart to analyze the employer, but instead use it to imagine a document they might want you to create.Also be aware that many of the job postings (such as the above) don’t have a lot of specifics, so you can make educated guesses as to some of the answers as needed. QuestionAnswerWhat does the RFP that you are responding to request?Describe the organization or individual making the request.How will the organization or individual use the requested document?If the requesting organization will make the document available to others, who are those people and how will they get the document?What kind of document is requested? What is the purpose of the document?What are the characteristics of the target readers of the document (knowledge, background, experience)? Part 3: Next, write 2-3 complete paragraphs explaining what benefits you think completing this chart (if any) would have when creating a technical document.Your document should:Be 12 pt, Times New Roman font, 1-inch margins, double spaced.Be 2-3 paragraphs long (with a minimum of 3 sentences per paragraph).