Sony-Brussels looking for technical communicator

Subject: Sony-Brussels looking for technical communicator
From: Guy Thomas <guy -at- TARANTINO -dot- SONYTEL -dot- BE>
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 1997 07:44:39 -0600

SOCOM is a Sony Research & Development centre in Brussels, involved
in the field of operating systems and interactive audio-visual
services. These roles offer an exciting opportunity to become involved
in the core R&D of a leading consumer electronics company within a
multicultural environment, where English is the working language.

Currently, SOCOM is looking for a full-time technical communicator
that will be located in Brussels.

Your English, which is excellent, is coupled with outstanding
technical writing skills and a strong desire to quickly acquire
knowledge of the fields mentioned above. Experience in a fast-paced
software development environment is an asset. Of course, you must have
the ability to work as a member of a team.

The primary authoring platform is UNIX and the primary authoring tool
is Framemaker. Knowledge of C, C++, objected-oriented concepts and
scripting languages such as Perl would be helpful.

In return, we offer an attractive remuneration package commensurate
with a company of our size. To apply, please write with full CV to

Hedwig Van Houts, SOCOM
Sint-Stevens-Woluwestraat 55
1130 Brussels

and contact by email Guy Thomas, the Documentation Home Base leader.

Sony is an equal opportunity company.

Guy Thomas
Sony Objective Composer (SOCOM)
Sint-Stevens-Woluwestraat 55
B-1130 Brussels

tel: +32 2 7241982
fax: +32 2 7262686
email: guy -dot- thomas -at- sonycom -dot- com

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