Jobs: Cable cars, cafes, snazzy new doc

Subject: Jobs: Cable cars, cafes, snazzy new doc
From: Sally M Martin <Sally_Martin -at- SMTPGATE -dot- TESSERACT -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 16 Feb 1996 16:50:15 PST

TesserAct Technology, San Francisco
Team Leader, Intermediate/Senior Technical Writers, Courseware Writers

TesserAct offers an unusual opportunity: Develop new documentation and
instructional material about leading-edge software, yet work at an
established, stable San Francisco company. We provide opportunities for
professional growth, including internal training and tuition

(1) Team Leader--Lead a five-person writing team, and provide project
planning and estimating.
(2) Intermediate/Senior Technical Writers--Plan and create new
documentation--both print and online--for a client/server,
object-oriented Human Resources system. Help create a new look for
TesserAct's documentation. Develop enhancements and additions to
existing documentation--both print and online--for legacy and
forthcoming HR applications.
(3) Courseware Writers--Help update an existing library of courseware
for Windows-based and mainframe versions of HR applications. Plan and
create new courseware for a client/server, object-oriented HR system.

Desired experience:
Familiarity with HR products, especially Payroll and Benefits.
Experience developing online help with RoboHELP or other online help
development tool. Understanding of client/server, object-oriented
technology. Proficiency in Windows, FrameMaker, and Word.
Courseware Writer--Also: Experience creating instructor-led
training materials in a software environment. Mac expertise.

Laila Tarraf, Corporate Recruiter
TesserAct Technology
475 Sansome Street, 21st Floor
San Francisco, CA 94111
fax: 415/981-8424
e-mail: Laila_Tarraf -at- tesseract -dot- com
"It's just a machine."
Sally Martin, Technical Writer TesserAct Technology, San Francisco CA
Sally_Martin -at- tesseract -dot- com 415.834.4176

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