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Technical Writer Part-time Undergraduate

Job/scheme locations: 
Cambridge
Type of opportunity: 
Immediate job
Application deadline: 
31/01/2021

Perhaps you've heard of us, perhaps not. Look at your smartphone, digital camera, smart TV, gaming console, or your saved images in the cloud. Guess what, you’ve already got an Arm-based device or are connected to one!

Get a buzz out of learning new technologies? Do you enjoy writing? Arm’s Information Developers and Technical writers work with exciting and results-oriented projects that really impact the technological world. The fresh ideas of undergraduates and people early in their careers can help shape these technologies. People at Arm are diverse, dedicated, and innovative. We'd like you to bring your passion and curiosity to our company, and share your ideas! In return, we'll provide training, coaching, and a challenging environment to start your career. You'll be exposed to technologies that will be the foundation for innovative products for years to come! At Arm, we encourage our undergraduates to strengthen their proficiencies while advancing their education. You can build a career as unique as you are, with your team mates and leaders right there supporting you, even when the world throws us curveballs.

Arm Information Developers and Technical Writers create different types of technical content, including web content, specifications, tutorials, and multimedia. This content helps our customers and ecosystems to design and develop with Arm products and solutions.

Arm has a range of vacancies for enthusiastic undergraduates with ambitions in writing and technology. You will be part of a larger community of writers, who can guide, train, and give suggestions. We nurture our people, we provide one-to-ones, and a collaborative and friendly working environment. Our leaders are open to sharing their career experiences and also giving feedback for your development.

To be considered for this role, you should be an undergraduate in a related subject. Subjects relevant to Technical Writing include, but are not limited to:
  • Electrical & Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or any of the sciences.
  • English, Philosophy, 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.

In parallel with your studies, for approx. 8 hours per month, you will be required to perform some project work, ambassador activities and participate in learning and development relevant to a career at Arm. This will be followed by longer period of full-time employment during the summer holidays where you will be aligned to a business group

Arm is an equal opportunity employer, committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal opportunities are available to all applicants and colleagues. We are a diverse organization of dedicated and innovative individuals, and don’t discriminate on the basis of any characteristic.

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More about this vacancy

Region: 
East of England
Number of vacancies: 
Up to 5
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