Seeking tech writing position in Oregon

Subject: Seeking tech writing position in Oregon
From: "Brown, Anne C" <brownac -at- JMU -dot- EDU>
Date: Sun, 19 Jan 1997 15:45:57 -0500

As a senior at James Madison University in Virginia, I
graduate this May with a Bachelor's Degree featuring
technical communication. In May, I plan to move to the
Portland, Oregon area and begin a challenging career in
technical writing and editing.

My accomplishments in technical communication include

-Producing user manuals for complex telecommunication
systems at Comdial Corporation

-Cooperating with marketing and engineering staff at
Comdial to ensure accuracy in all publications

-Developing newsletter layout and design for the College of
Sciences and Mathematics at James Madison University, as
well as editing the text of the newsletters

-Designing web page for the technical writing program at
James Madison University

I am proficient in

-Adobe Acrobat, Pagemaker, and Photoshop
-Corel Draw & Corel Ventura
-HTML Writer
-Microsoft Office & Microsoft Word
-Netscape
-Quark XPress


I really appreciate any help and advice anyone could offer
me for finding an entry-level tech writing position in the
Portland area.

I will be in Oregon from March 3-8, and would be happy to
meet with prospective employers during that pre-move trip.

For more information, you can contact me directly at
"brownac -at- jmu -dot- edu".

Thanks in advance,
Anne

--
Anne C. Brown
brownac -at- jmu -dot- edu

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