Technical Publications Manager Salary in Vancouver, Washington

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Average Salary for Technical Publications Manager in Vancouver, Washington

The average salary of a(n) Technical Publications Manager in Vancouver, Washington is $99,973.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Technical Publications Manager in Vancouver, Washington is $48.06.

The average bonus of a(n) Technical Publications Manager in Vancouver, Washington is $5,688.00.

Job Description:

Manages and coordinates activities of workers engaged in preparation and layout of a technical publication and assures the quality and timely delivery of required material. Studies materials to determine the most effective form of presentation and number and type of illustrations required, in accordance with specifications and accepted standards of composition, limitations of equipment, and available funds. Oversees activities of various media types that may include desktop publishing, documentation manuals and software, electronic publishing, illustrations, marketing materials and activities, repair guides and manuals, sales materials, software presentations, translations, users manuals, and related materials. Coordinates technical liaison services between management, production department, sales department, and customers with newly developed techniques or practices in processing company products, and to inform customers of new types, specifications, and end-uses of products. Confers with production department managers to assist in specific classification of products from quality assurance position, report on new product or process technology of competitors, and to discuss new specifications required by customers. May direct investigation of customer complaints regarding quality, tolerances, specifications, and delivered condition of products. Records, analyzes, and informs concerned personnel of production quality assurance, and sales departments of status and disposition of customer complaints and claims. Negotiates settlement of claims for which company is responsible, within limits prescribed by management. May survey potential markets to increase sales. Less

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