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Subject:JOB: Courseware Developer - Ft. Lauderdale, FL From:BKOjobs <BKOjobs -at- AOL -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 8 Dec 1997 16:42:58 EST
We are currently working with a top notch Ft. Lauderdale company who is in
need of a courseware developer to create instructional manuals for the
organization. The position requires a very technically savvy individual with
project management skills. A technical knowledge of Windows NT and related
projects is necessary for this opportunity. The company has told us that
perhaps a former programmer or engineer who made the switch to technical
writing might be an ideal candidate for this slot. Former courseware writing
experience is a plus but is not mandatory.
The company offers a competitive salary along with outstanding benefits
including stock options, stock purchase plan, paid sick days, education
assistance, 401-K, casual work environment, and all of the following
insurances: major medical, dental, vision, life, short and long term
disability. A healthy relocation package is also extended to out of area
candidates the company wishes to hire.
Interested and qualified candidates should forward their resumes with salary