The demand for API documentation writers continues to increase, and we have a new vacancy for a contract API documentation writer on our books. In this case, you need to have a background in/a good understanding of the C programming language.
We may have another requirement for a similar person, again working from home, coming up very soon. If you’d like to be informed of this and other similar vacancies, simply register with Cherryleaf’s Recruitment team.
We’re seeing an increasing demand in UK organisations looking to recruit technical communicators who can write API documentation. If you’re based in the EU, you can be kept up to date with details on these opportunities by registering as a recruitment candidate with Cherryleaf.
This is an opportunity to join a technical writing team within a fast-growing, independent software company. Our client develops Web-based financial trading software for the world’s largest financial institutions. They have an immediate vacancy for a Junior Technical Author/API Documentation Writer with a passion for technical communication.
You will developing end-user documentation for a range of products, producing user manuals, online Help and API documentation.
You need to have one years experience working in an IT environment, and some experience of writing technical documentation. You also need to be able to demonstrate you have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and outstanding attention to detail.
You will have:
- experience of writing technical documentation from scratch
- familiarity with Agile development approaches
- some knowledge of Java, C, C# or C++
- an understanding of Web application development tools and methods: HTML, DOM, CSS
More information: #4134 Junior Technical Author/API Documentation Writer, City of London, £28K DOE