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Subject:Job Opening, Technical Editor From:"tmweditr -at- world -dot- std -dot- com" <tmweditr -at- WORLD -dot- STD -dot- COM> Date:Sun, 14 May 1995 22:13:51 GMT
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Engineering Magazine Seeks Technical Editor
Test & Measurement World, a monthly magazine for engineers
involved with test and quality of electronic products, seeks a
technical editor. Based in Newton, MA, T&MW has 75,000 readers
who perform design, production test, and quality control
T&MW needs a technical editor to cover the automatic test
equipment (ATE) market. Responsibilities include writing and
feature articles and short "test tips" articles. Also, you will
review and edit manuscripts submitted by industry experts for
publication. The job also requires you to pick products for
coverage each month, write 3-5 product announcements. You will
also write a staff column, book reviews, and possibly product
You should have BSEE with industry experience at testing ICs and
analog and/or digital board-level products, preferably in a
production environment. Experience with ATE such as that made by
GenRad, Teradyne, LTX, or H-P is preferred. You should also have
some experience writing test procedures, documentation, and
possibly application notes and sales literature. In other words,
you should like to write.
You will be based in Newton, MA, five miles from downtown Boston.
Travel to trade shows 4-5 times a year is required. If you're
interested, send resume and cover letter by snail-mail to:
Test & Measurement World
275 Washington St.
Newton, MA 02158
Be sure to mention in your cover letter that you heard about the
job from Martin Rowe. Thank you.
* Martin Rowe * / \
* Technical Editor * / \ /\
* Test & Measurement World *___/ \ / \ /\ ___
* tmweditr -at- world -dot- std -dot- com * \ / \/ \/
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