Fwd: Need for Technical Writer

Subject: Fwd: Need for Technical Writer
From: AlumsHubby -at- AOL -dot- COM
Date: Mon, 11 Aug 1997 09:04:02 -0400

Per a local colleague's request. I can add that Columbia, SC, while not the
big time, is a comfortable place to live and work.

Bill McClain (mailto:alumshubby -at- aol -dot- com)
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From: BDAVIS1 -at- scana -dot- com (DAVIS, BARBARA J)
To: alumshubby -at- aol -dot- com ('alumshubby -at- aol -dot- com')
Date: 97-08-08 17:26:45 EDT

Bill,
Nice talking with you earlier this week.
Following is the posting for the technical writer person we need.
I appreciate you sharing this with TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV !

Position Description:
Person with a programming background and excellent writing skills to
write backup and restore, restart, and recovery scripts for new CIS
jobs. The scripts will be used in the testplan for restart and recovery.

Must be able to read COBOL, and JCL. DB2 experience would be very
helpful.

The technical writer might also assist Technical Architecture Team in
documenting the migration paths for our various
development/parallel/pilot/full production environments. This
documentation will aid application programmers in finding code and
datasets.

The technical writer may also write procedures for the ISD Help Desk,
documenting common problems and resolutions, and publishing CIS Updates,
which publishes problems and resolutions to the general user community
of approximately 400 people.

The person filling this position must be organized, have excellent
interpersonal skills,
and experience working in a team environment.

Length of Assignment: 6 months or more.

Best Regards,

Barbara

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