TW-Opening - Phoenix, AZ

Subject: TW-Opening - Phoenix, AZ
From: Bill Bledsoe <bill -at- ENVISION -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 16 Oct 1996 16:03:34 -0500


Due to project growth, we have an immediate opening for a technical communicator to work on one of our Software development teams in our Mesa (Phoenix) AZ facility. The job entails working with our OO Software Developers developing and managing:

Software Design Documentation
Software Reference Documentation
Software Test Documentation (including some test verification)
Operators Guides for software modules

The tools you will need to know for this job include:

MS Office95
FrameMaker for Win95
some exposure to basic UNIX commands

Things that would put you ahead of the crowd:

Adobe Acrobat (Including Distiller, Catalog, etc.)
HTML Development
Information Mapping(R)
Previous Exposure to Software Development for OO projects
Any C++ experience

Your audience will range from operator level to high-end C++ developer. This is definitely a job for someone who's willing to pitch into a team effort to get the job done. The nice part about it, you won't have to convince our developers what the role of a Technical Communicator is in the software development project, they already know... and it has nothing to do with Typing 101.

Envision offers full benefits, training allowances, and many more solid compensation elements that make working for us a really good experience.

If you're interested, we need to hear from you right away. Please send a resume via email to:

bill -at- envision -dot- com

In MSWord, FrameMaker, PDF or HTML formats only please. Send me email privately if you cannot provide one of these formats.

Thanks, and good luck!

Bill Bledsoe
Envision Advanced Technologies Group
Technical Communicator
bill -at- envision -dot- com
intlidox -at- anet-stl -dot- com

"I'm out on a limb where the fun begins"
Adrian Belew/The Bears

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