Technical Writer

Location: Warsaw, PL

Your responsibilities:

  • Conversion and formatting of end user documentation (Change Items), based on input from developers
  • Managing Change Items library and publishing it quarterly for our Clients
  • Enhancing automation scripts
  • Working with teams of developers to clarify and adjust their input to Change Items
  • Constantly learning and developing yourself and your outcome
  • Collaborate with colleagues to use collective knowledge sharing and efficient problem resolution

Your qualifications:

  • Knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript
  • Prior experience working with CMS systems (MadCap Flare, WordPress, etc.)
  • Familiarity with version control systems (e.g. Git)
  • Fluency in English (written and spoken) and strong collaboration skills
  • Strong analytical and design skills
  • Ability to work independently and in small teams
  • Ideally you have also experience in the Financial Industry or interest therein and want to further develop in this area  
  • Knowledge of Agile principles and experience in being part of an Agile team is an advantage
  • Personal qualities: proactive, team player, self-sufficient, fast-learner, persistent, with high quality and automation mindset


  • Flexible working hours – possibility to work from home
  • Private medical care (Medicover)
  • Sharing the costs of sports activities (Multisport Card)
  • Life insurance
  • Possibility to develop your career in an international environment
  • Professional training and courses
  • English and German language classes
  • Integration events and charity projects

About us

SimCorp is a leading provider of the front-to-back investment management system, SimCorp Dimension (SCD). SimCorp is a global company with more than 170 clients that includes many of the top-tier buy-side asset managers. All clients rely on SCD to manage their complex investment universe, SimCorp continuously enhances SCD to remain at the forefront of industry technology and trends.

The Standard Platform Product Area (PA) consists of 30+ members in 5+ geographical locations. We follow the lean-agile principles to organize the way we work. You will be part of a professional development organisation with more than 700 employees, and with locations in Denmark, Germany, United Kingdom, Ukraine, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, France and Poland.