As a Technical Writer, you'll work with cross-functional stakeholders to lead documentation efforts, focusing on documentation that other developers and Google Trust and Safety analysts use to mitigate abuse. You'll help define the information architecture for the anti-abuse platform and tools sites, create documentation best practices for the organization, and guide engineers to produce good documentation, define concepts, and how-to guides. You will work with the engineering teams to fill out content for the site. You will also work with the Google teams who are using the platform and tools to understand their needs and incorporate it into the documentation.
The Counter Abuse Technology (CAT) organization builds solutions to protect Google products from abuse. Our mission is to create safe experiences for all users on all Google products.
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