Job Ad for Full-Time TW (Dallas, TX)

Subject: Job Ad for Full-Time TW (Dallas, TX)
From: LaVonna Funkhouser <lffunkhouser -at- HALNET -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 12 Apr 1996 13:20:52 -0500

The job ad below is for our Dallas, TX office.

Please see our web pages for the new fax number for resumes for
our Houston office.
Attendees of STC's 1996 Annual Conference in Seattle can arrange for
interviews there.
(I'd don't hire; please don't send me your resume.)

Job: Full-Time Technical Writer (Entry-level)

Location: Dallas, Texas, USA area

Note: Fax resume to 214-418-3772

Working Relationship: Employee will work at client site
in Carrollton, Texas

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: Create hardcopy and online documentation for Windows-based
software applications; generate field documentation for petroleum
service company

Required Skills: Ability to generate effective documentation that
is well organized and clearly written; proficiency in desktop publishing
software (FrameMaker or PageMaker).

Preferred Skills: Proficiency with RoboHELP 3.0; proficiency with
illustration software (e.g., CORELDraw); proficiency with Microsoft
Word; proficiency with Adobe Acrobat.

Equipment Requirements: Supplied by COREStaff Communication Services, Inc.

Software Requirements: Supplied by COREStaff Communication Services, Inc.

Contact Information: COREComm; Attn: Tom McNaught; Fax: 214-418-3772.
Resumes for the position in Carrollton will be accepted by fax only.

LaVonna F. Funkhouser, COREComm
lffunkhouser -at- halnet -dot- com (work)
You are invited to browse our web site:
as mentioned in John Gleick's column in the NY Times Magazine on 4/7/96.

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