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From: Sharon Fuller <sharon -at- SYNTAX -dot- SYNTAX -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 20 May 1997 10:44:08 -0700

Please post the following job opening:

JOB TITLE: Intermediate Technical Writer - 1 Position Available


Research technical information, write and edit original documentation, and
complete graphic layouts; prepare specific sections of complex or
technical manuals, or update current manuals to reflect new product
releases; organize and prepare the content of original software
documentation; examine software for usability and logic accuracy, and
report any bugs to product development. Will work exclusively with UNIX
operating system.


Bachelor's Degree in Communications or English plus 3 years experience as
a technical writer, or the equivalent: or a Master's Degree in Computer
Science or a related field plus 1 year experience as a technical writer,
or the equivalent. Six months technical writing experience on advanced
network concepts. One year working with UNIX operating system.
Experience may be gained concurrently in an academic or working

SALARY: $35,500 - $45,000/annually, approx. 40 hours/week/8:00am - 5pm

LOCATION: Same as below

RESUME TO: Sharon Fuller
840 South 333rd Street
Federal Way, Washington 98003

This notice is being provided as a result of the filing of an application
for permanent alien labor certification for this job opportunity. Any
person may provide documentary evidence bearing on the application (such
as information on available workers, wages, working conditions, and any
other information that is felt to be pertinent) to: Employment Security
Department, ET Division, PO Box 9046, ACE Unit, Olympia, Washington
98507-9046: or Employment & Training Administration, Region X, US Dept.
of Labor, Certifying Officer, 1111 Third Avenue, Suite 900, Seattle,
Washington 98101-3212.

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