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Subject:Position: Technical Writer, Albany New York From:John Russell <jrussell -at- COMMSOFT -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 23 Apr 1998 10:27:35 +0100
Meet the challenge of working in the Telecommunications industry! Join us
at Commsoft, Inc., a dynamic, high-growth leader in developing software and
consulting services for the telephone, cellular, and cable industries.
Commsoft offers an excellent benefits package, competitive salaries, and an
exciting work environment in an explosive growth industry.
Mid-level position requires BA/BS or MA/MS in a communications related
field with two to four years of technical writing experience, preferably in
the software development industry. Candidates should be well organized,
have strong communications and interpersonal skills, and be curious about
technology. Experience with desktop publishing using FrameMaker and Adobe
Acrobat is a plus; experience with Windows help development (winhelp or
html help) is also a plus.
NO SNAIL MAIL PLEASE!
DO NOT RESPOND TO ME!
EMAIL RESUMES TO: RMoore -at- commsoft -dot- net
Commsoft was selected as one of the TOP TEN COMPANIES TO WORK FOR in the
Capital Region in 1997! Commsoft was also recognized in 1997 by the Capital
Region Software Alliance for MOST SIGNIFICANT GROWTH in 1996 (100% growth
in 1996; also experienced 100% growth in 1997). Commsoft was also
recognized in 1998 by the Capital Region Software Alliance for ECONOMIC
CONTRIBUTION to the software industry in the Capital Region.
K. John Russell
Technical Writing Team Leader
Albany, New York 12211