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> My boss would like to see other companies job descriptions to get an
idea of what to include and how to word it. Does anyone have or know of
a source for tech. writing job descriptions (any level, although sr.
would be most useful).
Other favored names are 'Information Developer', and in Europe, =
'Technical Author' (which is used instead of 'Technical Writer').
Of a more humorous note, at one site the sales people, who were always =
asking for my help when they got writers block in the middle of their =
proposals, referred to me as 'The Word-Smith'.