Job: User Interface Designer / Usability Specialist

Subject: Job: User Interface Designer / Usability Specialist
From: jeansonj -at- DSTM -dot- COM
Date: Mon, 20 Jan 1997 09:34:00 EST

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: USER INTERFACE DESIGNER / USABILITY SPECIALIST

Datastream Systems, Inc., a rapidly growing software development
company, is seeking a graphical user interface designer/usability
specialist. Duties include the following:

ú Design and review user interfaces for software products
ú Build prototypes of new interfaces in Delphi
ú Design, conduct, and analyze usability tests on interface designs

THE POSITION REQUIREMENTS

ú Degree or advanced degree in computer science, human factors,
technical writing, or similar field
ú Experience in graphical user interface design
ú Experience in usability testing
ú Knowledge of localization issues helpful
ú Experience with Windows 95 helpful
ú Experience with Delphi helpful

THE COMPANY

Headquartered in Greenville, SC, Datastream Systems, Inc., is the
leading developer of maintenance and facility management software
designed to decrease maintenance costs by reducing downtime associated
with key equipment failure. The third quarter of 1996 marked
Datastream's 20th consecutively profitable quarter and the 17th
successive quarter of record revenues. Datastream was listed fifth
among BusinessWeek magazine's 100 Hot Growth Companies (May 27, 1996)
and ranked 34th among Forbes' 200 Best Small Companies in America
(November 4, 1996). Datastream holds over 40% of the units market
share among the top 10 CMMS providers, with over 24,000 units sold
worldwide.


THE APPLICATION

Send your letter of application with salary requirements and resume
to:

Mark Sullivan
Human Resources/Recruiter
Datastream Systems, Inc.
50 Datastream Plaza
Greenville, SC 29605

Internet: msulliva -at- dstm -dot- com
Fax: 864-422-5000
Datastream Web Page: http://www.dstm.com/

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