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Subject:Job: Technical Writer in DC area From:Judy Neyland <judyn -at- UU -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 30 Apr 1998 17:55:49 -0400
We are currently seeking a Technical Writer to support the Network
Operations Center of UUNET Technologies (http://www.usa.uu.net).
If you are interested in and qualified for this position, please send your
resume to Judy Neyland (judyn -at- uu -dot- net).
Position: Technical Writer
Location: Fairfax, VA
Job Reference ID: 98-239
Department: Network Operations Center
Status: Full Time
This individual will be responsible for developing, producing and
updating system, user, and training documentation for UUNET's Network
Operations Support group. The individual will document network
management tools, database integration tools, and project plans using
Microsoft Word or FrameMaker. The individual will also document Internet
products using web-authoring tools. Must work closely with the technical
staff to analyze our documentation structure and needs, and provide
guidance on effective writing.
A Bachelor's Degree in a technical discipline with coursework in English
or Professional Writing. At least three years experience at technical
writing. The applicant must have outstanding written and verbal
communication skills and experience in applying the rules of grammar,
punctuation, and style. Understanding of technical applications and
concepts, and ability to translate these into clearly understandable
Experience or a basic understanding of SGML, HTML, or other tagging
languages is advantageous. Experience with UNIX and using Windows PCs to
do word processing, text editing and help file creation.