Permanent Position Available - Dallas, Texas

Subject: Permanent Position Available - Dallas, Texas
From: Melanie Futrell/FASTTAX <Melanie_Futrell -at- CLR -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 1997 18:08:52 EDT

Computer Language Research, Inc. is seeking a documentation analyst for our
Dallas (Carrollton) office.
- Develop and maintain online help systems for Windows 3.11, 95, and NT
products using Microsoft Word and RoboHELP
- Develop and maintain online guides using Adobe Acrobat Exchange
- Develop and maintain printed supplemental product materials such as product
feature documents and installation guides
- Edit online documentation and printed supplemental product materials
- Produce online and printed release notes for windows software products:
including collecting information, routing information to appropriate parties
for approval, and delivering the final versions.
- Proofread printed and online documentation
Required Qualifications:
- Ability to organize and present complex information in a clear and concise
- BA/BS degree in English or Computer Science or a related field (preferably
with a specialization in Technical Writing) or comparable experience
- Proficiency in a Windows environment
- Proficiency with a Windows word processing package (preferably Microsoft Word
7.0 or 97)
- Ability to work with subject matter experts from whom you will obtain
information necessary to document the products
- 0-3 years of experience in technical writing/help development
- Desire to learn about how our products work
- Desire to continue developing technical communication skills and stay up to
date with leading-edge technology

Please e-mail, fax, or mail your resume to me.

thanks - Melanie Futrell

Melanie Paschetag Futrell
Senior Documentation Analyst
Computer Language Reseach, Inc.
2395 Midway Road, M.S. 585
Carrollton, Texas 75006
fax 972-250-7376
Melanie_Futrell -at- clr -dot- com

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