Part time Job in Tennessee

Subject: Part time Job in Tennessee
From: Rita Johnson <rbjldj -at- USIT -dot- NET>
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 1997 08:18:34 -0500

I am posting for my company. You can e-mail me or fax directly to our HR
department.

Rita
rbjldj -at- usit -dot- net

Zellweger Uster, Inc. of Knoxville, TN, a worldwide leader in textile
technology, has a career opportunity for:

PART TIME
TECHNICAL WRITER

The successful candidate will be responsible for designing, creating,
editing, indexing, and publishing both paper and on-line versions of the
Instruction, Spare Parts, and Service Manuals for hardware and software
marketed by Zellweger Uster, Inc.

Job Qualifications: The successful candidate will have a college degree
preferably in technical communications with at least three years experience
in writing and editing technical documentation. Applicant must have proven
writing and editing skills, be extremely detail oriented and be able to
work with little supervision to produce quality documents. Proficiency
desired in DOS and Windows (NT/95); applications tools to provide the
necessary hard copy ready for printing; help authoring tools to provide
on-line documents; mastering software to create CDS. Ability to use the
following software packages: WordPerfect, RoboHelp, Corel 5 and Hijaak.

We offer an excellent career opportunity as well as a competitive salary
and benefits package. Qualified candidates are asked to submit a resume
and salary history to:

Director, Human Resources
Zellweger Uster, Inc.
P.O. Box 51270
Knoxville, TN 37950-1270

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