Senior/junior level technical writing

Subject: Senior/junior level technical writing
From: John Posada <JPosada -at- book -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2003 10:25:52 -0500

Hi, guys

Below is a discussion I had with someone offline...names have been deleted.
The issue I'd like to address is the part about senior/junior writers.

>From my perspective, the senior designation isn't based on the position
hierarchy at a location, but the writer's ability to perform their job at
varying degrees of complexity and independence and with certain levels of


John Posada
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> Well, I was thinking if you're the senior,
> then there must be at least one junior
> position.

>> Allowing isn't the issue. You wouldn't be able to
>> do the things you need to do. I'm allowed to
>> telecommute, yet I rarely do because I wouldn't
>> be as effective.
>> Besides...the job is taken :-)

>>> Thanks for replying, John. NYC and NJ, eh? Those would
>>> be long commutes.
>>> Would you know if they allowed telecommuting?

>>>> Hi, xxx...I work for the .com part of B&N...the
>>>> web site. Actually, Barnes& is a separate
>>>> company, traded separately on the NYSE,
>>>> and 99% of the operations is in NYC and NJ.


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