Our client develops software to control machinery remotely, and it is looking for a Senior Technical Author to join its documentation team. You’ll be using RoboHelp to develop online Help and user guides for its software.
From time to time, you’ll be advising your colleagues, where appropriate, in producing documents efficiently. You may also need to research and implement new and better ways to assist users through technical documentation.
For more details, see: #4180 Senior Technical Author, Worcestershire, Up to £43K
We’ve just amended the job description for the contract vacancy #4175 Contract Technical Author, Swindon. This project involves working on Cloud-based applications, rather than enterprise software, which means the content will be written in Markdown rather than DITA.
Ideally, you will have experience in the following areas:
- Developing web-based online Help
- Working in an Agile environment
- Cloud-based solutions
- Video-based instruction (although is less important).
Apologies for any confusion caused.
See #4175 Contract Technical Author, Swindon.
A client is looking to recruit two new staff:
“You’ll be working as part of a team that mentors and coaches the developers and user experience specialists to improve their technical writing skills by providing style guidance and feedback. This role requires you to be the proactive subject matter expert for user interface writing and technical documentation, and to be able to introduce new ideas and practices to the company.”
See: #4174 Technical Author Lead, Cambridge, £40-£60K DOE
Our client is looking to recruit a permanent Technical Author to join a team of writers that provides global support documentation for its range of scientific products.
You’ll be part of the team that creates and updates service-related information for scientific instrument equipment. You’ll be involved in the installation procedures, as well as maintenance and diagnostics of the internal hardware and electronics.
For more information, see Job: #4156 Technical Author, Cheshire
May and June are shaping up to be very busy times at Cherryleaf, and we may be looking for additional people to work with us on some of our software end user documentation projects.
If you are a London-based Technical Author interested in a few weeks work in May and June, do contact us.
We’ve been asked to a find candidates for a fabulous permanent vacancy at one of our clients.
You need to lead and develop their vision of the role of User Assistance and content. This means treating content as a function of design (and user experience), with the appropriate information provided to users at all points during the customer journey. Your role will be discover and incorporate the best ideas and practices from other leaders in content creation into your team.
In effect, this means they are looking for someone who is currently:
- a content strategy manager (media manager/editor) with experience of developing user assistance for software, or
- a documentation/technical publications manager with experience of content strategy.
You can work in Buckinghamshire or in Cambridge, and you can work part of the week from home if you wish.
For more details, see:
#4144 Documentation Manager/Content Strategy Manager, Bucks/Cambs,£55K-£70K DOE
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.