The AWS Documentation team is looking for a technical writer to document Amazon FinSpace, a data management and analytics service purpose-built for the financial services industry (FSI). Customers use FinSpace to collect and catalog data by relevant business concepts such as asset class, risk classification, or geographic region. From there, FinSpace makes it easy to discover and share data in accordance with compliance requirements. Customers define data access policies in one place and FinSpace enforces them, while keeping audit logs to allow for compliance and activity reporting. FinSpace also includes a library of 100+ functions, like time bars and Bollinger bands, to help prepare data for analysis.
We're looking for a technical writer who can work directly with development teams in a cross-functional, distributed environment. You'll need a technical background that enables you to work effectively with software development engineers, product managers, and technical program managers. In addition, you'll need excellent communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to deliver high-quality technical publications.
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