Re: Re; Description

Subject: Re: Re; Description
From: "Parker, Cassandra M. (EXCH)" <CMPARKER -at- INTERMEDIA -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 9 Mar 1998 19:06:08 -0500

Sawyer,

I agree with comment below and again, we need more info.

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>From: Sawyer[SMTP:sawyer91 -at- BELLATLANTIC -dot- NET]
>Sent: Monday, March 09, 1998 3:32 PM
>To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
>Subject: Re; Description
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>I need a description so I'll know what is expected of me when I show up
>for work Monday. I'm working for a company that is automating training
>programs at an Army base. I am the only writer. I've done some research
>so I know basically, I think, what I'll be doing.
>Cathy
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>> "Description of a technical writer" is WAAAAAY too broad. What kind of
>> writer (software, hardware, medical, scientific, oil and gas, and on and
>> on)? Then what are "basics" (online, paper docs, engineering specs,
>> release notes, etc.)? Do you want a description for someone who works in
>> a one-writer startup or a large, structured environment with lots of
>> other writers (the descriptions would be very different)?
>>
>> Next question, what do you want it for? Is it to use as a guideline in
>> your company, to put on a resume, to use when placing an employment ad,
>> etc.? The purpose makes a difference, too.
>>
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