Chicago Technical Writer Position

Subject: Chicago Technical Writer Position
From: L E Storey <lstorey -at- OPENPORT -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 11 Jul 1996 10:24:04 -0500

OPEN PORT TECHNOLOGY, INC., located near Water Tower on Michigan Avenue in
Chicago, seeks a TECHNICAL WRITER for an immediate full-time opening.
Projects will include user guides for Windows, Mac, OS/2 Warp, X (Motif)
client applications and system administration manuals for NT Server and UNIX
applications. Online help development from doc source to platform-specific
and HTML formats. Potential involvement in system design and planning.

Candidates must meet the following requirements for consideration:
* 4 year degree in English or Communications.
* 3+ years SOFTWARE documentation experience in client/server, user and
system administration guides.
* STRONG editing skills.
* GUI application doc experience -- particular to screen shot manipulation
and insertion into documentation
* Independent worker -- must quickly / accurately research and assimilate
information from developers (verbal and written source).
* Expert level usage of the following software:
- Windows NT (or 95)
- MS Office for 95 (32-bit -- specifically Word 7.0)
- CorelDraw Suite -- CorelCapture and Corel Photo-PAINT
- ftp, pkzip / WinZip
* Working comprehension / understanding of:
- DocToHelp 2.0 (preferred -- v1.x acceptable)
- Windows NT (server)
- Client / server applications
- Email
* Pluses:
- OS/2 Warp Connect familiarity
- OS/2 screen capture utilities
- RoboHelp95
- AppleGuide development
- Mac screen shot utilities

For consideration, forward cover letter, resume and salary history to:
Email: lstorey -at- openport -dot- com
Fax: 312.867.5131
Mail: Documentation Position
Open Port Technology, Inc.
676 North Saint Clair Street, Suite 900
Chicago, IL 60611
NO CALLS PLEASE. Open Port Technology, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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