Technical Writer

The Company

Charged Particles is a protocol that allows users to deposit ERC-20, ERC-721, and ERC-1155 tokens into an NFT.

A scarce NFT (e.g. Art, Collectible, Virtual Real Estate, In-Game Item, etc.) can now be transformed into a basket holding a number of other tokens. The Principal amount can be time-locked inside the NFT, and through integration with Aave’s aTokens, programmable yield from these DeFi yield-generating assets is just a few clicks away.

Charged Particles is backed by top web3 investors in the space, and the Protocol & DApp went live on Ethereum Mainnet on 17-Feb.

Our Team is growing, and we're always looking for passionate members to join!

The Position

Technical Writer to create and update internal and external-facing documentation. This position will be a key member of Engineering and Developer Relations functions.

Responsibilities:

  • Communicate with product designers and developers to understand product details

  • Analyze and manage existing and potential content

  • Create and maintain the information architecture

  • Make high-quality documentation that meets standards, is appropriate and easy to use

  • Produce and distribute tutorials to help end-users use a variety of applications

Required Skills:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills (English).

  • Proven ability to work well in teams in a remote environment.

  • Prior work experience as a technical writer or in another technical role.

    • e.g. Software Engineer, Solutions Engineer, Product Manager, UI/UX Designer

Nice to have:

  • Experience creating technical diagrams

  • Experience with smart contracts and Ethereum or another EVM-based blockchain

  • Proven video editing skills (for helping with the creation of video tutorials)

Other Info:

  • Competitive pay rate paid in Crypto Stablecoin (USDC)

  • Remote Only.

Interested candidates please email [email protected] with the following:

  • CV / Resume

  • Highlight web3 / ETH experience

  • Writing examples

  • Link to LinkedIn and/or Twitter

  • Answers to these questions: 1) Why do you think you're the best candidate to join Charged Particles? 2) Have you minted an NFT before? If not, which platform would you choose to mint one and why?