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RUSH Technologies, Inc. is currently looking for a Technical Writer

Department: Tech

Understanding the Role

Effective communication is key to a business’s internal workings, but more so for SaaS providers who are constantly working on technical innovations. Thus, the Technical Writer plays a crucial role in RUSH; they must collaborate with tech and cross-functional teams to produce comprehensive documentation and easy-to-understand technical specifications, all to ensure that everyone is taking the proper steps in building the envisioned solutions.

Salary: Php 30,000

Basic Qualifications

Academic Background:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in I.T., Computer Science, Engineering, or any related course.

Relevant Work Experience:

  • Minimum 1-2 years experience in technical writing of software documentation
  • Proven working experience in technical writing of software documentation

Technical Skills:

  • High familiarity in reading API specifications
  • Basic familiarity with the SDLC and software development

Communication Skills:

  • Excellent written skills in English

Interpersonal Skills:

  • Positive, solution-oriented, open-minded, driven, and collaborative

Overall Characteristics:

  • Delivers high-quality  documentation down to the exact details
  • Quickly grasps complex technical concepts and makes them easily understandable in text and pictures
Duties & Responsibilities
  • Works together with internal and cross-functional teams, including Tech leads, BAs, QAs, Designers, and Developers, to obtain a detailed understanding of the product and documentation requirements
  • Produces high-quality documentation that meets applicable standards and is appropriate for its intended audience
  • Analyze existing and potential content for areas of improvement to spot reuse and single-sourcing opportunities.
  • Creates and maintains RUSH’s information architecture