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Freelance Technical Content Writer (f/m/x) - for QA topics

RemoteGermany, Berlin, BerlinMarketing

Job description

What we do

Bird Eats Bug is a no-code SaaS tool that allows even non-technical people to create interactive data-rich bug reports that help engineers deliver better software faster. After a successful feature on Product Hunt and our first round of funding, we grew to a team of 11 people, 5 of whom are engineers. This means that you will have the opportunity to create plenty of impact, make your own decisions, and help shape the company's future. Furthermore, you get to experience the development of a growing early-stage start-up.

We believe in empowering our employees to do what they do best. For engineers, this includes options to explore your talents and interests in frontend, backend, or both. We are also pragmatic, keep processes lean, and cut back on unnecessary meetings. This means that you will not only be encouraged to pursue your interests, but will also receive the necessary space to do so.

What you'll do

Have a knack for writing about software testing? We’re looking for software/QA testers who’d like to support us with the creation of various medium-to-long-form content (blog posts, guides, and other) that distills technical information with ease and clarity. Someone to help us raise the quality level of our content even further. This is a paid part-time position. We want to build long-term relationships with writers who care about their subject matter and their work.

Passionate software or QA testers who love writing informative content. We’re looking for original content—we will not republish anything that's been published elsewhere.

Your role involves tasks such as:

  • Write thorough, engaging, and well-researched articles/guides
  • Evaluate and update existing content for republishing
  • Write new content in the style that is most suitable for each of our target audience

Job requirements

  • Strong knowledge/experience in topics such as QA, software or web application testing, etc.
  • You're a native English speaker or can write English at a native level
  • Experience with explaining technical things to non-technical people, gathering information independently
  • Intermediate to advanced experience in creating technical content (please share with us some samples of your work in your application - those with no work samples will not be considered)

In case your topic proposal gets rejected, do not hesitate to apply again with another topic!