nearForm is very excited to welcome our latest new hire, writer in residence Orla Shanaghy.

Orla’s job as a member of the marketing team is a combination of content curator, writer, social media specialist, editor, proofreader and blogger. She comes to us with a wealth of international experience as an editor, writer and translator at technology multinationals Ericsson and SAP, followed by over ten years as a freelance writer and translator for large tech companies and advertising agencies.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts in German and English from Trinity College Dublin, and a Master of Arts in Translation Studies from Dublin City University.

Orla’s mission at nearForm is to help technical team members present their work in clear, compelling written content that supports and drives the company’s strategies. “I’m thrilled to be part of a company that puts its money where its mouth is in terms of top-quality content,” she says. “My plan is to add value at nearForm by helping to ensure that all our written content is flawless in terms of language, that it showcases our professionalism as an organization, and that it makes a positive contribution to the company’s bottom line.”

Orla Shanaghy

“My plan is to add value at nearForm by helping to ensure that all our written content … makes a positive contribution to the company’s bottom line.”

nearForm COO Paul Savage says: “We are very happy to have the writer in residence role at the company. It underscores our commitment to professionalism in all the content we produce. We want our written output to be as precise, professional and effective as our code.”

Want to work for nearForm? We’re hiring.


Email hello@nearform.com

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Phone +353-1-514 3545

Check out nearForm at www.nearform.com.


 

By: Kevin Quinn

Kevin Quinn has over 15 years' experience managing projects. This includes PM roles in Europe with organisations like AMS Germany (now CGI), Telecom Eireann (now Eircom) and the TSSG; and in the US, with organisations such as AMS Inc and Nextel (now Sprint). Kevin has a Ph.D. from Trinity College Dublin, an M.B.A from the Waterford Institute of Technology and has achieved the P.M.P. certification.