Technical Writing Job Posting, Portland OR

Subject: Technical Writing Job Posting, Portland OR
From: Melissa Burton <melissa -dot- l -dot- burton -at- BANGATE1 -dot- TEK -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 27 Dec 1995 08:37:52 PST

Technical Writer

Tektronix, headquartered in Wilsonville Oregon, currently has several
opportunities for technical writers. Tektronix is a global high-technology
company based on a portfolio of measurement, color printing, and video and
networking businesses. For more information on Tektronix consult the

Purpose of Position:

This position is responsible for creating, editing, and verifying product
documentation for our video and networking business.
Documentation products include:
-- hardware and software user and service manuals
-- on-line help and tutorials
-- programming documents
-- reference documents

Key actions include:

-- Authoring hardware and software documentation featuring audio, video and
graphics and producing visually appealing publications using the latest
communications technologies and tools
-- Planning, estimating, and tracking projects; meeting all product
development schedules
-- Establishing and maintaining rapport with design engineers to assure
timely responses to technical changes
-- Maintaining an understanding of leading industry trends in information
management and presentation (hypermedia, HTML, SGML, WinHelp, MPEG, etc.)
--Tools include: FrameMaker, MS Word, RoboHelp and HTML

Requirements Include:

-- 5-10 years technical writing experience for senior positions, less for
junior positions
-- Bachelor's degree (electrical/electronic engineering, computer science,
or technical communications preferred)

Location of Job:

Beaverton, Oregon (in the Portland Metro area)

Salary Range:

Tektronix offers an excellent salary, benefits, and relocation package.
The specific salary depends on experience

If Interested:

Contact by phone, e-mail, or fax your resume to:
Melissa Burton, Staffing & Workforce Planning Department
503-685-3961 (fax)
e-mail: Melissa -dot- L -dot- Burton -at- Tek -dot- com

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