Re: job in Western New York

Subject: Re: job in Western New York
From: Ron Brown <alfa -at- CEI -dot- NET>
Date: Mon, 16 Mar 1998 22:16:14 -0600

Mary,

A question about the job posting. From the description, it looks as
if the company is looking for folks with formal education in one of
the technical areas listed. In other words, it looks like they are
looking for degreed technical people who also know how to put words
together on a page. Is this correct?

I ask this in an academic sense only, as I am still a student. When
I see an ad like this, it makes me wonder just how far my
Technical Comm degree will take me, since I don't plan on
coupling it with an additional technical degree. If I attempted
something like that, I might just be able to retire here at school.
8-)

Your input and response to this email will help at least one tech
writing student [ me ] with those difficult little career/education
decisions that we all have to face.

Sincerely,

Ron Brown

_________________________


> Date: Mon, 16 Mar 1998 14:21:56 -0500
> Reply-to: Mary <durl -at- BUFFNET -dot- NET>
> From: Mary <durl -at- BUFFNET -dot- NET>
> Subject: job in Western New York
> To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU

> Hi folks,
> Gelia, Wells & Mohr asked me to submit this ad to this list for them.
> Please contact Carl directly.
> Thanks,
> Mary Durlak
> Erie Documentation Inc.
>
> Attention! Writers wanted! Technical and Commercial Advertising
> Copywriters wanted for Gelia, Wells & Mohr Marketing
> Communications, the leading business to business communication company
> in WNY. Broad background in areas such as
> telecommunications, computer, engineering, and chemical disciplines
> important. Salary DOE. Interested people should send
> resume & cover letter to: Carl Kiedrowski, Senior Copywriter, at Gelia,
> Wells & Mohr, 11342 Main Street, Clarence, NY
> 14031-1791 or fax to: 716.759.0933
> Carl Kiedrowski
>




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