The AWS Documentation team is looking for a senior technical writer for Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). Amazon S3 is an object storage service that offers industry-leading scalability, data availability, security, and performance. Ideally, you have a demonstrated ability to deliver high-quality technical documentation. Any experience you have with web services, AWS, Amazon S3, Linux, XML, and GIT is also a bonus.
Your responsibilities will be:
As a writer, you will work alongside your team documenting new features for existing services, improving existing documentation, and managing feedback loops with customers. As an AWS technical writer, you own your content and are responsible for delivering documentation that helps our customers successfully implement AWS services. You will collaborate with project managers to understand our customers’ needs and work closely with our software engineers to understand the services. You will also work with other technical writers and editors to improve your writing and grow professionally.
The AWS Documentation team writes and provides support for a diverse audience consisting of developers, DevOps professionals, IT professionals, technical program managers, and scientists. We have both the technical background and the writing background that enable our team to deliver high-quality technical documentation. On behalf of our customers, we do much more than just write the docs. We innovate, we research, we learn, and we experiment. We collaborate with product managers to understand our customers’ needs. We partner with software developers to learn the inner workings of AWS services so that we can influence the design and the customer experience. We know that what we do makes a difference in the successful adoption and implementation of AWS services.
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