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Subject:Job Posting: Indianapolis From:Danna Cardwell <DLCardwe -at- SOFTART -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 6 Dec 1996 10:57:57 -0500
Software Artistry, a growing software company specializing in help
desk products, is looking for an experienced technical writer to work
on our commercial software products. This is a full-time position
offering a competitive salary in Indianapolis. Check out Software
Artistry's web site at http://www.softart.com.
If you are interested in this position, please contact Danna Cardwell
at 317-574-5856 extension 1252. Or send me e-mail at
dlcardwe -at- softart -dot- com -dot-
Responsible for planning, organizing, writing, and editing user
documentation and technical documentation (both printed and online)
for commercial software products.
* Bachelor's or Master's degree in Technical Communication, Technical
Writing, English, or related discipline.
* Minimum of two years of applicable experience.
* Experience developing user and technical documentation for
applications with a graphical user interface.
* FrameMaker, RoboHelp, Acrobat, Win 95, a plus.
* Willing to write to a house style, comply with standards, and use
* Experience using the Information Mapping writing method is a plus.
Scope of Responsibility:
Under occasional supervision of technical communication management,
assume responsibility for documentation assignments of significant
scope. Exercise judgment within defined procedures and practices to
determine appropriate actions and approaches. Work well with a variety
of documentation assignments and be able to coordinate multiple tasks
and projects simultaneously. Must work well in a team-oriented