Job Lead: Ann Arbor, Michigan

Subject: Job Lead: Ann Arbor, Michigan
From: Scott Herron <sherr19 -at- IDT -dot- NET>
Date: Thu, 16 Jul 1998 10:40:12 -0300

A former co-worker informed me of this TW opportunity at
Creative Solutions, Inc, located just outside of Ann Arbor, Michigan.

I cannot vouch for them other than to say that they successfully
lured at least two co-workers away from my former employer before
I left, hence my tenuous connection with them.

Here's the [lightly edited] ad from their website,

To apply for this position:

- E-mail your resume to us at: recruiting -at- CSIsolutions -dot- com -dot-
- Fax your resume to us at 734/426-6660.
- Phone our corporate office at 734/426-5860,
and ask for Human Resources.

We have an opportunity for a technical writer with the following

A Bachelor?s Degree in Technical Writing, English or related field,
excellent writing and editing skills, demonstrated attention to detail,
excellent interpersonal skills, ability to work on multiple projects
and meet tight deadlines, experience coordinating large projects or
multiple projects simultaneously, and experience developing Windows 95
online help systems.

The ideal candidates also have knowledge of tax and accounting
principles, experience using Ventura Publisher, WordPerfect, MSWord,
and RoboHelp 95.

Writers in our Technical Communications department work closely with
Product Development to update existing reference manuals and create
new product documentation and online help for our growing product

Creative Solutions offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes
health, dental, life, and disability insurance, as well as a preventive
care and eye care plan, 401(k) savings plan, profit sharing, vacation,
and more.


There's those durn "multiple projects" again! <Sigh>

Do not apply to me for this position, or I will come looking for you.

Scott Herron | sherr19 -at- idt -dot- net

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