We’ve added some new vacancies to the Cherryleaf website today: See: #4200 Lead Technical Author, APIs, WFH/Central London, circa £60K #4201 Contract Technical Author, APIs, WFH/Central London
We received an email today: Having read your paper titled ‘How many technical writers should we have in our organisation?’, I was wondering if you ever did the follow up the final results from you survey as mentioned in the paper and if they are available? This refers to an article we wrote in 2003,… Read more »
Simon Morisawa-Bostock pointed me towards an article on gender bias in job advertisements (You Don’t Know It, But Women See Gender Bias in Your Job Postings): A scientific study of 4,000 job descriptions revealed that a lack of gender-inclusive wording caused significant implications for recruiting professionals tasked to recruit women to hard-to-fill positions underrepresented by women. Researchers… Read more »
#4138 Technical Author/API Documentation Writer, City of London, £37K-£40K DOE 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 Technical Author with a passion for technical communication. #4137… Read more »
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.