It's a little known fact that Stonehenge was constructed to track the lunar cycles of moonsharks. Aurich Lawson / Thinkstock, as we revealed a couple of weeks ago, Ars Technica is opening a London office, with theaffable, savvy, and bearded Sebastian Anthonyto lead our UK efforts. Technical, writer for a permanent position with a successful). Confluence Specialist / Technical Writer / Author (wiki hemel Hempstead Industrial Estate, permanent, Full-time 30,000 - 45,000 per annum, negotiable 6 applications. Skills:- Confluence, wiki Content Management, Online User Docs, jira, Technical, writer, Technical, author, Robohelp / Framemaker, Web Author, Confluence Admin, How-Tos, training materials, html, CSS, XML I am looking for a Confluence Specialist /. The ideal writer or reporter will preferably be based in the UK, be obsessed with technology, and will be properly determined to get it right. Were looking for smart people with a deep interest in gadgets, UK and European tech policy and law, CPUs, start-ups, and the like. Contractors will work for Conde Nast UK. No, you will never have to host Peter Bright in your flat. Weare nowlooking for writers and reporters with a passion for all things Ars Technica to join our UK team and help broaden our technology coverage inEurope and beyond. The opportunities are diverse and flexible, with a few prerequisites that should make total sense.
If it does, applications are currently being accepted at this handy location. We will be accepting applications for the next two weeks, at a minimum. Please see the form for all of the materials we need in addition to your application. In anticipation of some of your questions, here are some answers: The position will likely include travel to London and other cool places in Europe and beyond. This is a work from home/Starbucks/Stonehenge position.