Job opening, Northern New Jersey

Subject: Job opening, Northern New Jersey
From: Rick Lippincott <RJLIPPINCOTT -at- DELPHI -dot- COM>
Date: Sat, 4 Feb 1995 18:50:47 -0500

I've had the following job info sent to me by a friend. She included the
text of an ad run in some NJ papers, but included the additional info "the
ad mentions certain software packages but strong writing ability without the
software experience would be fine."

I don't know anything about the company or the position, other than what is
in this ad.

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Technical Writer
Hr/Payroll Products

We do MORE than meet customer expectations...WE EXCEED THEM!
Software Plus is a dynamic, 12 year old organization offering software
solutions on a variety of platforms including IBM, UNIX, and client/server.
Our dedication to client service and support has enabled us to become one of
the leaders in the HR/Payroll industry. We are currently seeking highly
motivated applicants for the position of:

*** User Documentation Specialist ***
This individual must be able to write, edit, and desktop publish end user
and on line documentation. Responsibilities include updating existing
documentation to reflect system modifications and creation of documentation
for new product offerings. Candidates should have at least two years of
experience and be accustomed to working in a development environment.
(Knowledge of Ventura Publisher, CorelDraw!, and Human Resources/Payroll a
plus.)

Software Plus provides highly competitive compensation packages which
include excellent benefits. Successful applicants will also be eligible for
our bonus/incentive program, designed to recognize and reward achievement.
We invite your inquiry. Please send resume along with salary requirements
to:

SOFTWARE PLUS
Carol Bradbury
Meadows Office Complex
301 Route 17 North
Rutherford, NJ 07070
FAX: 201 933 3365.
Equal opportunity employer m/f.


Please note: this is a full-time, on-site position


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