Technical Writer


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Zeppelin leads the industry in developing standards for architecting and deploying smart contract systems in public blockchains. We build open source infrastructure and conduct in-depth security audits on high-impact smart contract systems.

We proudly build the most widely used open source infrastructure tools: the OpenZeppelin smart contracts library powers 3000 public projects and has over 6500 Github stars, while the ZeppelinOS development toolset is leading the way in upgradeability and secure code reuse.

What you'll do

  • As the technical writer, you will be developing technical documentation, guides and much more for our community. Specifically, you will:

  • Write technical documentation for our products including "how to" guides, reference manuals, technical overviews, and more. Clearly communicate complex and technical features by taking a user-centric approach.

  • Interact with product developers, advocates, ecosystem developers, project managers, and especially users. You must be able to communicate technical details to internal and external audiences alike.

  • Structure and write content for product and launch materials—websites, blog posts, white papers, major releases, features, and everything in-between.

  • Contribute to and implement style guides and shared nomenclature across Zeppelin.

  • Help your colleagues at Zeppelin write more and better by providing tips, feedback, and playbooks. Develop content strategies and copywriting for non-product-related initiatives, including efforts targeted at specific audiences or brand positions.

Who we're looking for

  • You possess 2+ years of experience writing technical documentation.

  • You are able to write long- and short-form copy and for a diverse user base with different levels of technical experience.

  • You are knowledgeable of the different approaches to documentation (technical writing fundamentals such as the target audience, the document structure, document formats, etc.)

  • You are able to create concise, task-based user documentation.

  • You may have some knowledge of blockchains\cryptocurrencies.

  • You may have experience as a developer\tester\analyst in IT is a plus.

  • You may have some basic knowledge of git, HTML & CSS, and Markdown.

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