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Technical Writer


Financial / Trading

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ABOUT THIS ROLE

  • / London, UK
  • / Contract
  • / £550 - £600
REF: HS10737

Technical Writer

London/Remote – 3-Month Contract Inside IR35

One of Orbis’s financial/trading clients is looking for a freelance technical writer on an initial 3-month contract, starting ideally ASAP.

3 + days p/week in the City of London/Remote.

The client is looking for someone who has strong experience working with Startup/scale-up organisations & someone with a good eye for UX/UI & interested in creating cool content.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Compile and maintain a comprehensive mapping of technical processes and procedures
  • Work closely with the CTO to document the architecture/workflow
  • Produce clear and accessible documentation for technical staff & executive management
  • Financial markets, particularly in relation to trading platforms, are a plus but not essential.

Contract:

  • 3 – 4 days p/week in the office, City of London + remote
  • £550 – £600 p/day Inside IR35, flexible depending on experience
  • 3-month initial contract, extensions likely
  • ASAP start

 

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