JOB: Chicago, IL, Techncial Writer (Permanent)

Subject: JOB: Chicago, IL, Techncial Writer (Permanent)
From: "Leopold, Sam" <clrcom!clear-nt!sleopol -at- UUNET -dot- UU -dot- NET>
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 1998 11:17:21 -0600

Clear Communications, a leading Chicago area software solutions
developer for the telecommunications industry, is seeking a TECHNICAL
WRITER to join its Documentation and Training Department.

The technical writer will be responsible for creating, editing, and
maintaining paper, online, and help documentation for our software
products. The documentation includes, but is not limited to, customer
user manuals, technical user manuals, in-house engineering manuals,
product descriptions, release notes, and other supporting documents. The
technical writer will be expected to gain an understanding of how the
software is used, transform technical engineering information into
materials at a user level comprehension, and manage the entire
documentation process. The technical writer will be working on a team
that includes a product manager, software engineers, support engineers,
and a trainer.

3 or more years of experience technical writing (please have writing
samples available)
4 or more years in a technical environment
Understanding of telecommunications networks and terminology (exposure
to UNIX client/server software systems a plus)
Familiarity with MS Word, Adobe Framemaker, and Adobe Illustrator (use
of RoboHELP, RoboHTML and MS FrontPage a plus)
Must desire to work in a highly visible role in a dynamic environment
and have a high degree of self motivation
At least a BS/BA degree in Technical Writing, Communications, English,
or equivalent

Clear offers a competitive compensation package, excellent benefits and
is an EOE. Visit our web-site:

Please submit a cover letter and resume to:

Samuel Leopold
Technical Writer
Clear Communications
200 Tri-State International
Lincolnshire, IL 60069
FAX: 847-317-2525
EMAIL: sleopold -at- clear -dot- com
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