How to register as a candidate at Cherryleaf

Looking for a job in technical communication?

Our specialist recruitment service offers permanent and contract positions in technical writing, training, API documentation, copywriting, developing training courseware and publishing content online.

We focus on job roles such as: Technical Authors, Technical Writers, Online Help developers, Web content developers, Training Courseware Developers, Content Curators, Content Strategists, Content Wranglers, Editors, Publications Managers and Copywriters.

This page tells you how you can:

  • Apply for a specific vacancy
  • Register as a candidate
  • Keep up to date with the latest news and salaries

Applying for a specific vacancy

  1. Send us an email.
    1. Tell us which vacancy you are applying for, and any other relevant information.
    2. Attach a copy of your CV via email (send it to recruit at cherryeaf.com). We will need a copy of your CV in Word format.
  2. We will confirm we’ve received your details, and review/process your application.

Registering as a candidate

Keeping you up to date with other vacancies

If you want us to tell you about other vacancies, we need your consent to receive this:

  1. You can:
    1. Send us an email saying you wish to be told about other vacancies.
      1. Tell us where you live (i.e which country).
      2. You can send us a copy of your CV, if you wish.
    2. Complete the form below.
  2. We will confirm we’ve received your details and keep you updated with details on any new vacancies that come in.

Subscribing to our monthly newsletter

Keeping you up to date with the latest news and salaries

If you want us to tell you about our salary survey findings, and the latest trends, we need your consent to receive this:

  1. Sign up to our newsletter:

 

You can unsubscribe at any time.

Please note

We can only act on your requirements in the covering letter, so be sure you put down all the relevant information (such as where you can work).

You need to be eligible to work in the client’s country – we cannot sponsor work visas.

Advice on writing your CV

We will not change your CV, other than to remove contact details and add our logo, before sending it out to prospective employers. Your CV will tell them a lot about how good a writer you are. This means that your CV should be as good as you can make it.

Your CV should include at least: Personal Details, Nationality, Education and Training, Employment History, Skills and Leisure Interests.

Start the filename of your CV with your name.

Your CV is your first chance to demonstrate your writing skills. You must be clear and concise. Don’t forget to check your CV thoroughly. Look out for any typographical, spelling and grammatical errors.

Limit your CV to two or three sides of A4 paper, if you can.

Writing your covering note

The covering email should contain information for Cherryleaf about your preferences, e.g. location and salary. We also need to know that, for contract work, you can prove your freelance status. We will not send your covering letter to a prospective employer unless with your express permission.

Data privacy

When you register with Cherryleaf, you must consent to us collecting and storing your personal information.

You will not be able to submit your enquiry or details to Cherryleaf without consenting to us storing your personal data. This may include, but is not restricted to: your name, nationality, phone number, email address, postal address; employment history, and education.

If you do not consent to Cherryleaf storing your personal data, please do not submit your CV for any roles advertised on our website. We cannot process your application without receipt of consent to process and store your personal information.

Cherryleaf will not share personal information or a CV with a third party without your explicit consent.

See our Data Privacy Notice.