YouTube, Technical Writer for Google (San Bruno, CA)


Location: San Bruno (YouTube)

Team: Technical Writing


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This position is based in San Bruno, CA or Mountain View, CA.

The area: YouTube and Video

The first video posted on YouTube was a 19-second clip called “Me at the Zoo.” Today, more than 72 hours of video are uploaded every minute. The YouTube and Video team helps budding filmmakers and musicians build careers, creates products like Google TV and YouTube Live and runs collaborative projects like Life in a Day and the YouTube Space Lab. We are changing how people entertain, inform, share and change the world, one video at a time.

The role: YouTube, Technical Writer

Technical writers take complex information and communicate it clearly, concisely and accurately without relying on technical or corporate jargon to explain what they’re trying to say. With a unique cross functional perspective, our team of technical writers are the key link between our engineers, marketing associates, developer advocates and external users and developers who comprise the wide Google ecosystem. As a Technical Writer, you juggle a variety of projects, from reading and writing example code, to updating FAQs, to drafting product announcements. When a new technical challenge rises to forefront, you are there to defuse it with your clarifying pen (or keyboard, more likely).

The Big Picture

San Bruno (YouTube) office

Our San Bruno office is home to YouTube, where we aim to drive the evolution of video forward. Whether empowering citizen journalists to broadcast struggles within their country or enabling a global audience to discover the next great pop star, we’re enhancing the sharing and consumption of knowledge, entertainment and opinion around the world.

Location: San Bruno (YouTube)

Technical Writing

Take complex information and communicate it clearly, concisely and accurately.

Team: Technical Writing

YouTube, Technical Writer

Location: San Bruno (YouTube)

Team: Technical Writing


Apply now

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