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2020 Graduate Information Developer

2020 Graduate Information Developer
by Admin on 02-26-2020 at 1:28 pm

Job ID #: 18131
Job Category: Technical Writing
Employment Type: Graduates
Division: Partner Enablement
Department: Partner Enablement – Tech Pubs
Primary Country: UK
Primary Location: Cambridge

Job Description

Does technology excite you? Do you enjoy writing? Arm’s Graduate Information Developers work with exciting and challenging projects that really impact the technological world. In an increasingly connected world, it is the fresh ideas of graduates and people early in their careers that help us shape these technologies. People at Arm are diverse, dedicated, and innovative, and we want you to join us and bring your fresh ideas, enthusiasm, and curiosity.

At Arm, as part of the wider Technical Communications group, Information Developers are responsible for creating the supportive technical content for all Arm products and solutions, including technical documentation, tutorials, and multimedia.

We have an opportunity for a graduate to join a growing team of information developers working with software technology and tools. You will join a larger community of Information Developers in the Technical Communications team, who can guide, train, and advise. Often you will be working together in a small team to deliver and publish content for a project. We nurture our people, and we provide one-to-ones, mentorship, and collaborative and friendly working environment.

You will be responsible for:
  • Identifying user requirements to build targeted content which helps our customers use our products to reach their goals.
  • Collaborating with domain experts in software engineering, support, and product management teams.
  • Improving the clarity and consistency of content targeted for a global audience.

Essential skills and personal attributes

  • demonstrable interest in technology.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills with strong attention to detail.
  • Flexible and pragmatic in approach.
  • Creative and insightful, with strong problem-solving skills.
  • Supportive team mate, who thrives in collaborative work environment.
About you

The skill we most value is your ability to learn and grow within the job and your commitment to use this knowledge to help your colleagues.
You should have a good degree or post-graduate qualification in a related area. For example:
  • Computer science, physics, maths, or software engineering.
  • English, linguistics, law.
  • Some familiarity with any of the following would be useful, but not essential:
  • Computer architecture and microprocessors, you might be experimenting with a Raspberry Pi or similar.
  • Software tools, gaming, graphics.
Apply for job

To view the job application please visit careers.peopleclick.com.

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