Technical Documentation Engineer
Multiply the impact of industrial tech
Products of our customers solve real problems. Whether that’s saving workers on power plants from injuries, preventing oil spills, or reducing fuel consumption of facilities that in turn reduces their emissions.
Before they can do business, their products need to interface with internal systems of their customers. Building one can cost up to ~$500k and take ~18 months to complete. As integrations are a part of onboarding, they make the sales process of our customers slow and their products expensive, which ultimately limits the number of companies that can benefit from them.
Makini provides infrastructure that allows our customers to connect with hundreds of industrial systems all via one single API, eliminating the need for individual integrations altogether. We make onboarding low-touch, low cost, and we can usually deploy our product in a matter of weeks versus months. In a nutshell, we help our customers get their products into the hands of a much larger number of companies, and we do it at lightning speed!
In other words, we exist to multiply the impact of our customers so they can focus on creating value, instead of building complex integrations.
About the role
You'll be the one helping us achieve this mission. As a Technical Documentation Engineer, you will enable us to drive mass digitization of industrial operators and expand our footprint among CMMS partners.
- Review assets on industrial facilities and their structure.
- Put together technical recondation documents from OEMs, operators and other stakeholders.
- Do ETL on data and use internal company systems.
- Analyze and clean data.
We are looking for
- Good level of spoken and written English.
- Expereince with and understanding of OEM technical documentation like drawings, operational manuals and spare part catalogues.
- Curiosity about tech, automation, APIs, and using new software products.
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