Re: Agency and interviewing questions

Subject: Re: Agency and interviewing questions
From: wmblank -at- IX -dot- NETCOM -dot- COM
Date: Sat, 7 Dec 1996 22:16:20 -0800

On 12/07/96 22:51:38 David Demyan wrote:

>Linda Castellani wrote:
>--snip--
>> What do you, Melissa (or any of you), look for when someone
>> submits samples, that lets you know whether or not they are worth
>> interviewing? What impresses you? What guarantees a call from you?

>Linda and list:

>The following comments refer to my screening of technical writers'
>resumes for contract assignments with Fortune 500 clients.

>I like to see samples that reflect the writer's awareness of my
>client's business. For example, if I advertise for writers with
>Framemaker experience writing for the telecommunications industry,
>I like to see a resume that reflects some similar experience and
>samples of work that is close to what the client is looking to
>create. I would look for creative and appropriate use of Framemaker's
>features.

How do you tell what tools they used to craft their resume? Can you tell if they used Word or
Framemaker? Really?


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