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Subject:Tech writer wanted (Toronto) From:Pat Anderson <panders -at- AW -dot- SGI -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 26 Jun 1996 10:59:08 -0500
As a leading developer of 3D and 2D content creation tools, Alias|Wavefront
has always followed an aggressive technology agenda. Alias|Wavefront is the
worldwide leader in high-end software with a long list of prestigious
customers that includes Industrial Light & Magic, Nintendo, BMW, Apple,
Rollerblade Inc. and Timex. We provide an innovative yet well-managed work
environment where dynamic individuals can truly impact future directions.
We're looking for creative and talented individuals who can help us define
and implement the digital future of the 90's.
Product reviewers of PowerAnimator V7, said "The documentation, tutorials,
and customer support are superb." Our goals for the future are even higher.
The technical writer will gather information from software developers by
email and interview; test the functionality from within the software
package; write and illustrate new feature reference documentation to
existing standards, formats, and presentation, and revise existing
documentation to cover changed functionality; help develop new tutorials in
coordination with Alias|Wavefront Assist; test, edit, and illustrate (where
necessary) the tutorials; develop and update online help and documentation
as well as print documentation from single-source FrameMaker files.
The preferred technical writer will have at least two years experience
writing and editing end-user computer manuals, graphics skills, the ability
in 3D, and be an enthusiastic customer advocate. Relevant degree work
includes journalism, programming, art, and rhetoric/linguistics/writing
courses. Experience working with FrameMaker, HTML, and online documentation
a major plus. Macintosh, UNIX experience a plus.
If you're looking for a sedate 9-5 job, this isn't it.
110 Richmond St. E., 4th floor
Attention: Human Resources
email: careers -at- aw -dot- sgi -dot- com
If you are submitting your resume by email, please send ascii text.
Technical Publications Manager
panders -at- aw -dot- sgi -dot- com
Alias | Wavefront, an SGI Company. Phone: (416) 362-8558 ext. 375
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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