Armenia / Yerevan
We are looking for a highly motivated, technically skilled, and passionate-about-writing individual to join our Documentation team. The ideal candidate has a basic development background, can produce technical content in English, is eager to learn, and works well in a team.
As a Tecnical Writer You Will
- Study the product and its features: interview developers, examine the source code, and test the product manually
- Share your feedback to improve the product’s architecture and design
- Review support tickets and communicate with support engineers to learn about the client needs
- Create and maintain documentation that targets developers and helps them learn efficiently: API reference descriptions, concept articles, tutorials
- Write code snippets and sample applications
- Write blog posts and create video lessons
- Manage the documentation’s life-cycle from drafts to published documents
- Excellent command of English
- Clear, consice, and accurate writing, excellent grammar and spelling, strong editing skills
- Ability to quickly grasp complex technical concepts (related to architecture, code, UX, etc.) and communicate them clearly to the developer audience
- Excellent problem-solving and interpersonal skills: a can-do and open-minded attitude, a determination to communicate efficiently, resolve problems, and deliver results
- Ability to work in a fast-paced and collaborative work environment with minimal supervision
- Ability to work across time zones with distributed teams
- Passion for writing, coding, and technology
- Focus on quality. Strong attention to detail. Obsession with technical accuracy
How We Work
- We follow the “Documentation as Code” philosophy
- Work in VSCode
- Write documents in Markdown
- Store changes in Git
- Utilize automated processes (API generation and synchronization, user feedback processing, doc testing, validation, issue tracking)
- Use Agile Software Development practices
If you wonder whether technical writing is for you, take a look at these articles from “I’d Rather Be Writing”, Tom Johnson’s tech comms blog:
- Tell me about your career as a technical writer…
- Should you get a degree in a tech comm program? Two considerations to keep in mind
- Simplifying complexity
- Documenting APIs: A guide for technical writers and engineers
- Native library APIs
Review some of the documentation we write: https://docs.devexpress.com/.
- Official contract depends on the Labor Code of your country of residence. Our level-based salary rates ensure that your compensation adjusts to your growing skillset
- 40-hour work week. Flexible schedule and location (remote work)
- Invest in your health and wellness: 100% paid sick leaves, private health insurance, gym compensation, etc.
- A powerful laptop from the company
- Various forms of compensation for online classes and other means of self-education and work-related personal growth
- Company-sponsored team-building retreats. Our annual company-wide events are unforgettable
We Are Hiring
We are seeking motivated individuals who are willing to learn and ready to help others. If you are ready for a challenging position within a customer-focused organization, we want to hear from you.
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