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someone who can perform (egolessly) any function in getting a project done,
from flunky stuff like taking screen caps and proofing, to creating all or
parts of multiple documents, to suggesting better ways of doing things to
meet the project, to communicating information to others on the team as need
From: Dianne Blake <write-it -at- home -dot- com>
>My belief is that they are looking for someone with the following
> * Someone who doesn't have to be supervised all the time (e.g.
> no babysitting required)
> * Someone who can contribute ideas without getting over protective
> of their own ideas
> * Someone who is productive - e.g. can work lots of extra hours
> without complaint
> * Someone who won't rock the boat (no compaining about processes
> or policies please)
> * Someone not afraid to try new things and jump in and do tasks
> that are not necessarily in their job description