Job Ad: Technical Editor, Cambridge UK

Subject: Job Ad: Technical Editor, Cambridge UK
From: Gisela Roberts <roberts -at- ATUK -dot- ASPENTEC -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 2 Nov 1995 09:09:42 GMT

(Cross-posted to WINHLP-L)

Full-time Technical Editor with experience of developing WinHelp
needed by leading process engineering software company in
Cambridge, UK.

Usual benefits, trips to headquarters in Boston, US: a great opportunity
for someone who wants to be part of a growing international
documentation team. At the moment, documentation in the UK office is
produced by several part-time writers and one editor. The person we are
looking for is adaptable, learns new software easily, and is happy to work
as part of a two-person editing team. You will need to be capable of
attaining a level of knowledge of our products that will enable you to
perform developmental edits (i.e., make organisational changes to
documentation, suggestions about structure, etc.), as well as performing
more traditional editing tasks.


Technical Editor

* Edits, rewrites, and helps to organize technical documents,
including online help
* Follows in-house documentation standards
* Works with engineers to check technical accuracy of documents
* Develops understanding of documents' purpose and audience
* Keeps knowledge of technical documentation practices

* Good general knowledge of technical editing practices
* Substantial experience developing online help for Windows
* Willingness and ability to learn about highly complex topics
* Ability to work cooperatively with many people throughout the
* Interest in working to achieve high quality documentation
Preference given to applicants who also have:

* Word/Doc-To-Help experience
* Experience with/knowledge of WinHelp 4
* Any background in process engineering or chemical

Apply in writing with CV (including salary requirements) to:

Gisela Roberts
UK Documentation Manager
AspenTech UK Ltd
Sheraton House
Cambridge CB3 0AX

Fax: 01223 366980

Email: roberts -at- atuk -dot- aspentec -dot- com

Previous by Author: Re: Sickness of the hyphen
Next by Author: Re: Reply: FrameBuilder and FrameViewer
Previous by Thread: Translation English PageMaker Docs to Japanese PageMaker ???
Next by Thread: Writing before the procuct...

What this post helpful? Share it with friends and colleagues:

Sponsored Ads