Technical Writer

Myriad Genetics, Inc.
Job Location
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Job Description

MGL Operations is seeking an experienced Technical Writer to join our team. The Technical Writer’s key responsibilities include; creation and major revisions of MGL SOPs and Policies, aiding in the launch and tracking of documents in the Master Control document system, and adhering to all QSR and regulatory requirements as they pertain to document management.




  • Creating and revising technical SOPs, laboratory policies, and other documents utilizing content direction from departmental subject matter experts.
  • Following all existing MGL policies governing document creation and control.
  • Executing administrative duties as they pertain to documents; upload and track documents in MasterControl, follow up on document approval status, maintain document records and revision histories as required by MGL policy.
  • Understanding and following MGL Quality System requirements as they pertain to documentation
  • Meeting regularly with Operations and QA departments to understand document needs
  • Bachelor's degree in genetics or a physical, biological, or medicinal science preferred. Bachelor’s degrees in English, communications, publications will also be considered.
  • Experience in scientific writing and/or editing
  • Experience in working in a QSR or highly regulated laboratory environment
  • Experience working with FDA documentation a plus
  • Strong competency in word processing, and spreadsheets
  • Strong written communications skills.
  • Ability to maintain multiple assignments, and manage changing priorities to deliver high-quality work on tight deadlines


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