Writing Position in Southwest Florida

Subject: Writing Position in Southwest Florida
From: Phillip Wilkerson <phillipw -at- ALLENSYSGROUP -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 1997 11:37:04 -0500

Allen Systems Group, a leading software provider in Naples, Florida
is seeking qualified candidates for a new Technical Writer position
currently available. Requirements and experience for the position
include:

--Three to five years of technical writing in a software development
environment. Entry level candidates with a recent degree in English,
Journalism, or Technical Communications may also be considered.

--FrameMaker for Windows 95, including the ability to create books,
conditional sections, create templates, perform conversions from
WordPerfect 5.2+ for Windows, and create hypertext documents as
Acrobat Portable Document Files.

--Adobe Acrobat, including Distiller, Exchange, and Reader.

--Creating online documentation and developing standards for online
documentation.

--WordPerfect 5.2+ for Windows experience (we are presently migrating
to FrameMaker).

--Degree in English Composition, Journalism, or Technical Communications
preferred.

Principal references and writing samples will be requested.

Please submit cover letter, resume, and salary history to:

Allen Systems Group, Inc.
750 11th St. South
Naples, Florida 34101
Attention: Human Resources
Fax: (941) 263-1952

Visit our web site at: http://www.allensysgroup.com
Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug Free Workplace
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