Technical Writer (Contractor) - C201903

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Job Title:            Technical Writer (Contractor)                                  

Department:       Product Management

Region:               Sunnyvale                                                                                                

COMPANY DESCRIPTION:

Quanergy is Inc. is a privately-held Silicon-Valley-based technology company leading the development of 3D-LiDAR sensors and smart sensing solutions for real-time 3D perception, including object detection, tracking, identification, classification and mapping. We are disrupting the LiDAR space, and accelerating the growth of the IoT ecosystem with more affordable, better performing, and smaller LiDAR sensors. 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Technical Writer is responsible for writing and maintaining customer documentation for Quanergy’s LiDAR and perception software products.  Must be adaptable to working in a fast-paced start-up environment.

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Applies knowledge and skills related to writing and current technology to complete a wide range of technical writing tasks.
  • Develops, writes, edits, and maintains documents, including user manuals, APIs, proposals, reports, functional descriptions, system specifications, guidelines, Wikipedia content, and/or other project deliverables.
  • Confers with subject matter experts and converts knowledge received to audience-specific deliverables.
  • Researches and gathers other technical and background information for inclusion in project deliverables.
  • Adheres to industry standards and in-house style sheet to ensure common look and feel in terms of order, clarity, style, and terminology.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:

  • 5 years of writing or related experience in a technical organization. Experienced with writing customer facing technical documentation for both hardware and software products. Examples of writing samples from past projects will be required.
  • Familiarity with Ubuntu and Windows operating systems preferred.
  • Experience with AI based software solutions.
  • Familiarity with LiDAR sensors or similar technology preferred.

EDUCATION REQUIRED:

  • Bachelor’s degree in English, Technical Communications or related field

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES:

  • Excellent, user-friendly writing and editing skills.
  • Works independently without much specific instruction to accomplish assignments.
  • Ability to organize tasks and adjust priorities in dynamic environment.
  • Experienced with Microsoft authoring, indexing, and illustration tools.
  • Familiarity with Confluence and JIRA
  • Resilient: Adapts to management priorities, maintains effectiveness in response to changing or unknown program requirements, and makes progress even with general or incomplete information.
  • Flexible: Comfortable switching gears for a varying hardware, software, firmware, and business emphasis.
  • Motivated: Quick learner with ability to work under minimal supervision.
  • Proactive: Identifies opportunities to improve products and processes.
  • Interpersonal: Communicates and cooperates with peers and product developers.
  • Focused: Consistently meets deadlines and delivers high-quality materials with attention to detail.

 

 

 

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