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Subject:Jr. Tech Writers needed in Toronto, Canada From:Nicholas Russon <nrusson -at- LAVASYS -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 4 Oct 1996 15:37:49 -0400
LAVA Systems Inc. has the following positions available:
Junior Technical Writer - Job Code LT4510
You will perform writing tasks on complex documentation projects
requiring effective planning, scheduling, research and writing.
Minimum 1 year experience in a technical writing/documentation
environment combined with good research and writing skills,
applications knowledge, and user awareness. Broad understanding of
documentation process and ability to meet schedules while
maintaining quality of work. Good working knowledge of PC desktop
publishing and graphics, preferably FrameMaker or FrameBuilder.
Two positions available: one specializing in user documentation and
online help, one specializing in technical documentation.
Send resumes by email to awong -at- lavasys -dot- com or to:
LAVA Systems Inc.
2700 Matheson Blvd. East
Suite 300, East Tower
Phone: (905) 625-5924
Fax: (905) 625-1653
We will be contacting candidates to arrange interviews beginning on
Thursday, October 10.
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