Amanda Wyllie M.A.
Our Support Team provides critical assistance in Operations, IT, Marketing, Communications, Technical Writing, Project Management, Client Support, Engineering Technology, Finance and Human Resources. They enable the company to meet client needs by maintaining the highest standards in business practices and company procedures.
Ms. Amanda Wyllie is a Technical Writer and Report Editor with 30 Forensic Engineering. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and History from the University of Guelph, and a Master ’s of English Language and Literature from Queen’s University. Amanda has extensive experience in technical writing and editing for expert science and engineering reports, focused on ensuring clarity and consistency, and additional expertise editing complex documents, reorganizing information, and converting technical speak into audience-appropriate language.
SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES
- Technical Writing and Editing
- Substantive and Stylistic Editing
- Process Documentation
- Proposal Writing
- Audio Transcription/Dictation
- Client Relations
Master’s Degree in English Language and Literature, Queen’s University, 2015
Bachelor of Arts in English and History, University of Guelph, 2014
“Eight-Step Editing,” (Webinar), Editor’s Canada, 2018
30 Forensic Engineering
Technical Writer/Report Editor
February 2018 – Present, Toronto, ON
- Provide specialized, professional services to engineers and experts in the form of exceptional writing, editorial, analytical, and researching skills
- Work as a highly effective collaborator, alongside engineers and support staff to meet deadlines in an efficient manner
- Demonstrate a style that favours clarity, concision and readability in order to facilitate the production of a comprehensive, well-crafted product
Sheldon & Milstein LTD.
Technical Writer and Audio Transcriptionist
December 2016 – February 2018, Markham, ON
- Develop proposals and/or technical narratives to support activities that are consistent with the missions of their respective firms, through persuasive and articulate writing, process documentation, audio transcription, and research and editorial skills
Teaching Assistant, English Language and Literature
September 2014 – April 2015, Kingston, ON
- Prepare and develop learning materials to assist with the instruction of post-secondary literary courses
Academic Accomplishments, Recognition and Publications
- Poetry Institute of Canada and Young Writers, Publication, 2007
- Ontario English Teachers Association, Young Authors, 2006-2009
- Indigenous Canadian Studies, Gender and Decolonization Seminar, Queen’s University, 2015
- Literary Intern, Kingston’s Writer’s Fest, 2014
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