Vacancy: #4525 Contract Technical Writer WFH/London

A UK government department is looking to recruit a contract technical writer to create and manage technical documentation for service teams, and to document its decisions and how things work. They need someone who will: Write technical documentation for internal users and government services, including API documentation and technical guidance Understand GOV.UK style and write… Read more »

Vacancy #4514 Contract Technical Author, WFH UK, 3-6 months

Our client is looking for a Technical Author who can work with them for the next 3-6 months to provide revisions to their public documentation for their next release. They develop event streaming technology (similar to Apache Kafka) that pushes and optimises the delivery of data to Web, mobile, and IoT applications. The company is… Read more »

New contract Technical Author opportunity

We have a client looking for a UK-based contract Technical Author for 40 days – from January until end of March 2021. You would work from home. The work relates to creating an open data standard for a group of local authorities. You won’t need government experience but you’ll need to be familiar with the… Read more »

Vacancy #4197 Contract API Technical Author, 6-12 Months

(Updated description) A client of ours has a requirement for a contract Technical Writer based in the UK. It’s a 6-12 month contact working for a government department. The role involves documenting internal tools for end users, and providing technical documentation for developers. It’s similar to the [GDS Technical Writer role](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/technical-writer). This includes: Using GitHub… Read more »

Are you a freelance UI/UX designer?

One of our clients has created some mock UIs (currently 5 screens) for demo/testing of their APIs. They want to add a professional UI/UX look and feel to them. They’ve asked us if we can provide a professional UI/UX designer they could call upon (and provide some pricing). The client is based in central London…. Read more »