Technical Writer

  • Anywhere
Organization: ArdenVent
Closing date: 31 Mar 2022

We are a non-profit organization building an infrastructure to develop, manufacture, distribute and operate remote-controlled ventilators and oxygen concentrators designed to address the specific challenges of developing countries. These devices will be distributed on a charitable basis. For our Mission we need your help. If you are motivated by the description below, we encourage you to apply for this opportunity using our internal system at

Your Impact
Our Device must be delivered with a user instructions manual and a service manual which we need help assembling. Most of the content can be inspired from existing devices and is largely prescribed by international standards but it is still a lot of work to assemble the final document, proofread and translate it into other languages (Hindi). We must focus on bringing the product into market and need a technical writer who can help us assemble these documents

Your Responsibilities
In the long term, more devices will need documentation. As our team is expanding we found the need to document our project properly to make the best use of our volunteers, satisfy the needs of regulatory agencies such as the FDA and prepare the fundamentals of operating and servicing manuals we are looking for hardware/software engineers with the ability to improve and add to the existing documents that have often been put together in a hurry and now need refurbishment.
Our documentation is hosted on Confluence, so this is a good opportunity for anybody who would like to add this professionally highly regarded software experience to his resume. However, some documentation also needs to be added to the code itself.


If you meet the above requirements, are curious about the innovative technology that we are developing, and want to contribute to saving lives, please reach out to us.

Required Weekly Time Commitment: 5

How to apply:

Become part of our mission by filling out our application form at

That others may breathe!