9 months
01/03/2024 - 31/12/2024 Belgium
  • Technical Writer Junior
  • French Nice to have
  • English Native or bilingual proficiency
  • Author-it and Adobe FrameMaker Nice to have
  • Attention to editorial details Advanced
  • Continuous improvement mindset Advanced
  • Critical thinking and curiosity Advanced
  • Knowledge of Medical Device Regulations Beginner
  • Microsoft Office package Advanced


As a Technical Writer, you will join the Documentation team within the Innovation and Development department at our Belgian headquarters in Louvain-la-Neuve. You will generate and keep up-to-date high-quality technical documentation (Clinical User Guide, System Description, System Maintenance Accelerator Operator’s Guide, Installation manuals, and others) related to Proton Therapy, RadioPharma, and Industrial Solutions activities.

Challenges we trust you with

You will perform an important role through a collaboration with a vast range of stakeholders within the organization, including but not limited to project engineers, architects, managers, scientists, and technicians to obtain a very good understanding of the products and the documentation requirements.

What we value

You have:

  • A Master’s degree in engineering/sciences in electricity/electronics, electro-mechanical, biomedical, or physics 
  • At least one year of experience as a Technical Writer (or Scientific Writer)
  • Excellent command of English;
  • Ability to quickly grasp complex technical concepts and make them easily understandable in text and pictures according to the audience
  • Good level of abstraction to understand and maintain the information architecture of the manuals
  • Focus on reuse and single-sourcing opportunities
  • Continuous improvement mindset regarding the processes and technical writing-related matters
  • Critical thinking and curiosity
  • Attention to editorial details
  • Analytical mind and a holistic view of looking at situations
  • Strong overall organization skills: able to plan efficiently and multi-task
  • Great communication skills to facilitate day-to-day information exchange and foster trusting relationships with stakeholders
  • Very good knowledge of the Microsoft Office package

And you also are:


Cherry on the cake


  • You have a Ph.D. degree 
  • You have proven writing skills, e.g., authored peer-reviewed articles 
  • You speak French
  • You have knowledge of Medical Device Regulations
  • You have experience with the Author-it and Adobe FrameMaker tools 

Life at IBA

Diversity is fundamental to our culture. We value the uniqueness of individuals and the different perspectives and talents they bring to IBA. We learn from and respect the cultures in which we work, promote diversity within our workforce, and have an inclusive environment that helps each and every one of us to fully contribute to IBA’s success.
The identity of IBA is characterized by a group of colleagues driven by motivation, curiosity, creativity, the desire to learn on a daily basis, by technical challenges and above all by a highly developed team and family spirit that makes the daily life smoother and more enjoyable!
By joining a team of about 40 nationalities and working on more than 45 different sites on 3 continents, IBA offers you the opportunity of a meaningful career with a direct impact in the fight against cancer.
We are driven by: 

  • Innovating in a cutting-edge technology environment
  • Developing professional and personal skills by learning on the Job; by participating in challenging projects; top class courses 
  • Evolving in a friendly culture environment based upon solid values (dare – share – care – be fair) 
  • Acting autonomously and belonging to motivated teams with good work-life balance 
  • Contributing to a company where sustainability, safety and well-being are key to our success

If you are passionate, cause-driven, you can make this quest yours by joining our dedicated colleagues and give your career a new meaning.