Employment Opportunities, Houston, TX, USA

Subject: Employment Opportunities, Houston, TX, USA
From: LaVonna Funkhouser <lffunkhouser -at- HALNET -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 11 Mar 1996 08:34:15 -0600

We are seeking full-time and consultant technical writers in
the Houston, TX area. (Some technical expertise required, as noted.)
Please reply to the address below.

>EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
>TO: DISTRIBUTION
>FROM: DAVID PARNELL, VICE PRESIDENT, CORESTAFF COMMUNICATION SERVICES
>SUBJECT: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
>DATE: MARCH 10, 1996

>Ladies and Gentlemen:
>COREStaff Communication Services is a technical marketing and documentation
>firm. We have offices in Houston, TX; Dallas, TX; and Duncan, OK. We currently
>employ 30 full-time technical communicators (writers, editors, designers and
>project managers) as well as 30 consultants who work as telecommuters. (For
>more information about our firm and business philosophies, please review our
>home page at http://www.corecomm.com/corecomm/.)

>We are experiencing tremendous growth in our Houston-based operation, and we
>are accepting applications for full-time and contract employees. I retrieved
>your name from the STC Contractor List for Region 5, and I invite you to
>submit an application for one of the following positions:

>Job Classification: Technical Writing Consultant (3 openings)
>Location: Houston area
>Working Relationship: Telecommuter on an at-will basis (bi-weekly visits to
>office for interaction with subject mater experts and project managers)
>Compensation: $25.00 per hour; paid weekly; W-2 basis
>Duration: 6-months (40 hour work week)
>Task: Generate field documentation for petroleum service company; emphasis on
>logging and drilling applications

>Skill Requirements: Ability to generate effective operations manuals
>following established engineering project management processes; ability to
>read schematics and engineering drawings; experience in petrochemical
>documentation; advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word; working knowledge of
>COREL Draw or similar graphics-generation software; working knowledge of
>Microsoft Excel; familiarity with telecommunications software

>Equipment Requirements: IBM-compatible personal computer; laser printer; modem
>Software Requirements: Microsoft Windows 3.1 or Microsoft Windows 95;
>Microsoft Office; telecommunication software; graphics generation software

>====================================================

>Job Classification: Full-time Technical Writer (2 openings)
>Location: Houston area
>Working Relationship: Telecommuter on an at-will basis (bi-weekly visits to
>office for interaction with subject mater experts and project managers)
>Compensation: Based on experience and industry standards; bonus
>opportunities; comprehensive benefit package including vacation pay,
>disability insurance, dental insurance, medical insurance, and matching 401K
>program
>Task: Generate field documentation for petroleum service company; emphasis on
>logging and drilling applications

>Skill Requirements: Ability to generate effective operations manuals
>following established engineering project management processes; ability to
>read schematics and engineering drawings; experience in petrochemical
>documentation; advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word; working knowledge of
>COREL Draw or similar graphics-generation software; working knowledge of
>Microsoft Excel; familiarity with telecommunications software

>Equipment Requirements: Supplied by COREStaff Communication Services, Inc.
>Software Requirements: Supplied by COREStaff Communication Services, Inc.

>If either of these opportunities has sparked your interest, please submit your
>resume from the job application form found on the COREStaff Communication
>Services' home page (http://www.corecomm.com/corecomm/). If you do not have
>access to the world-wide web, please fax your resume to 713-624-2486.
>COREStaff Communication Services, Inc. is an equal-opportunity employer and
>follows all local, state, and federal guidelines regarding employment
>practices.

>Regards,
>David Parnell

>david_parnell -at- msn -dot- com






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