TC Employment Opportunities

Subject: TC Employment Opportunities
From: Bill Bledsoe <bill -at- ENVISION -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 11 Mar 1996 12:15:04 -0600

Fellow Techwr-lers,

Just a note to pass along some really neat technical communication
opportunities with our firm, Envision:
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Technical Writer/Trainers

Envision currently has multiple openings with one of its clients for
contract Technical Writer/Trainers to develop and deliver a wide variety of
technical communications services for an enterprise-wide systems
implementation. The main duties include:

* developing documentation, manuals and other support materials for a
large
SAP implementation (both online and paper delivery)

* developing and delivering training in a structured classroom format
in support of a large SAP implementation

And now a word about Envision...

Envision is a technology consulting organization with corporate
headquarters in St. Louis, MO. We focus our efforts on solidifying
technologies which are
contemporary yet proven, in order to provide the highest level of service
and expertise. We offer very competitive compensation and a complete
benefits plan for our consultants.

If you want to learn more about Envision, I encourage you to visit our web
site at: www.envision.com. And don't forget to wear your 3-D glasses when
you visit!

To contact us about these positions, please forward your indications of
interest and resume to:

Envision - Technical Writer/Trainer (WB)
Rena' Storr
12977 N. Outer 40 Dr.
Suite 310
St. Louis, MO 63141
ph: 314-878-4777
fx: 314-878-4775
email: rena -at- envision -dot- com

Email resume submissions in .rtf or ASCII text only please!

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Good Luck!
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Bill Bledsoe "Junk moved on line is still junk. You can
Documentation Specialist bet that if they didn't read the printed
Envision version, they won't read the online version
bill -at- envision -dot- com either." Dr. Conrad Gottfredson, online
or documentation guru-guy
intlidocs -at- mo -dot- net
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