Job Opportunity - Instructional Designers/Courseware Developers

Subject: Job Opportunity - Instructional Designers/Courseware Developers
From: Maxwell Miller <mhm -at- DCEZ -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 10 Jun 1996 11:55:50 -0400

ProSoft has immediate openings for full-time (employee) and part-time
(contractor) positions developing courseware for end-users, systems
engineers, and developers.

These positions are for our Washington D.C./VA office. Contracting positions
can be done off-site as long as you are located in the Washington, DC area.

Applications for these positions will be accepted from candidates who have
experience developing instructor-led courseware and training materials including
manuals and software documentation. Instructional Systems Design background is
preferred. Relevant degree and excellent writing and organizational skills
are a must.

Must be knowledgeable in the following areas:

- Microsoft's Windows and Windows 95 operating systems
- Internet and Web client software applications for FTP, Gopher, Email, WWW,
WAIS, Telnet, Archie, Newsgroups, Mailing Lists, IRC, etc...
- Netscape Navigator 3.0 (Atlas)
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 Beta
- HTML, HTML 3.2, Netscape and Explorer extensions

Some Experience in the following areas is a plus:

* Front Page or other high-end Web publishing tools
* Instructional Technology and Multimedia
* Cognitive Psychology and Human Factors
* Internet Training
* Programming (C, CGI, JavaScript, Java)
* Graphic Arts and Desktop Publishing

To apply for a courseware developer position, please respond via Email with
a resume, your availability, and salary requirements or hourly rates. All
applications and information you provide will be held in the strictest

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