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> appreciate any help from list members in getting ideas on tech writer job
> descriptions to help us do this. If you can send me some sample job
> descriptions from your company or refer me to some good resource I would very
> much appreciate it.
Tech Writer: Writes Technical Manuals.
Software Documentation Writer: Writes Software Documentation.
Online Help file Writer: Writes online help files.
Website Designer: Designs web sites.
Documentation Author: Sits around with her feet on the desk and puffs
on a cigar. Attends lots of meetings where committees are trying to
decide what to include in the book. Probably has an MBA, a hyphenated
last name, and belongs to the Sierra Club.
I know a couple of those who are looking for work right now. Let me
know if you need them.
writer -at- dhc -dot- net