Her specialty skills are:
- Providing freelance technical writing, editing and communications services in Wellington.
- Helping businesses and the Government to create clear, plain English content, documents and communications.
- Writing easy to read content for websites, processes and a range of channels.
- Developing easy to read policies, frameworks, standards, procedures, processes, plans, guidelines and reports.
- Making complex information simple.
Specialty areas: Business, compliance, digital/web content best practice, plain English and technical.
20+ years' experience in writing, editing, communications, marketing and management.
Freelancer since 2008, including:
- NZ Police Te Pae Oranga/Iwi Community Panels Project, 2018 (Senior Technical Writer/Policy/Communications).
- Standards NZ, 2018 (Technical Writer).
- MBIE Health and Safety Event Reporting Project, 2017 (Senior Technical Writer/Communications).
- NZTA Hyperion Replacement Project, 2016 (Senior Communications Advisor).
- Immigration NZ Website Redevelopment Project, 2015 (Senior Web Content Writer).
- Consumer Affairs Consumer Law Review Project, 2014 (Web Content Writer).
Rosalie’s writing has been published in many trade magazines and websites including LawTalk, Public sector magazine, Build magazine (BRANZ), Kiwi Families website and Her magazine.
Type of work required
Providing freelance technical writing, editing and communications services in Wellington.
- Simplifying technical information and providing clear and easy to read content for documents, websites and communications.
- Developing policies, standards, procedures, processes, plans, guidelines and reports.
- Providing specialist communications and writing support to projects.
- Developing internal and external communications material across channels: Stakeholder Engagement and Communications Plans, customer communications, FAQs, media releases, articles, case studies, social media and newsletters.
- Copywriting, editing and publishing feature articles and case studies.
Posted on TechCommNZ website 20 January 2019.