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Technical Writer (Policy)

  • Location: London
  • Salary: £450 - £500 per day
  • Job type: Contract/Temp
  • Job reference: OB166940
  • Sector: Information Security , Interim
Job Description

Technical Writer sought with the ability to understand SQL and read simple ETL code for a Bank in London.  You will have experience as a policy / technical writer centred on compliance issues and documenting regulatory policies.

With experience of creating formal documents for company wide distribution you will also liaise with a variety of stakeholders to populate the documentation.

Criteria

  • Financial Services experience
  • Experience in documenting regulatory policies
  • Experience of BCBS 239 policies
  • Ability to understand SQL structures and ETL code

 

Interviews can commence immediately

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