Urgent - Job wanted

Subject: Urgent - Job wanted
From: Terri Rubin <ter -at- KGC -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 29 Jul 1994 17:24:08 PDT

Tuesday, August 2, my company will cut its size in half, so I'm looking
for work in the Silicon Valley (California). I've checked the STC
listings and have a few leads already, but if you'd be willing to help
out by looking over my background, forwarding it -- if appropriate --
to your manager, and letting me know of any opportunities you know
about that may be a match inside or outside of your company, I'd really
appreciate it! Thanks in advance. I'll be online until Tuesday
morning, 8/2. (After that, you can reply to me indirectly using the
email address Kevin_D_Teixeira -at- ccm -dot- hf -dot- intel -dot- com -dot- )

Terri Rubin (ter -at- kgc -dot- com)


Desired Position: Senior Technical Writer

o 10+ years technical writing experience
o Desktop publishing familiarity with FrameMaker, Interleaf, Microsoft
Word and other applications
o User knowledge of UNIX, MS-DOS, Macintosh, VAX VMS, CDOS (Calma)
and Prime desktop publishing environments
o Experience with computer graphics, database software, and C,
PASCAL, BASIC, ALGOL-W and assembly programming languages
o Exposure to graphics library software, virtual reality, hypertext
environments, data communications and networking principles

Writing, illustrating and editing hardware installation, owner's,
user's, and service manuals and release notes, and software
user, programmer, and system administration manuals and release notes

B.A. - double major, Linguistics (language structure) and Writing
A.S. - Electronics (microprocessor emphasis)
Courses in programming, systems networking and technical writing

Companies Where I have Worked
Kubota Graphics Corporation
Frame Technology
Altos Computer Systems
A.G. Associates
Systems Control
GE Calma
American Microsystems, Inc. (AMI)
Grinder, DeLozier and Associates

Thanks again.

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