Tech Writer position open - Cambridge, MA USA

Subject: Tech Writer position open - Cambridge, MA USA
From: Karen Molloy <Karen_Molloy -at- I2 -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 21 Jul 1998 11:24:40 -0400


The Cambridge, MA, office of i2 Technologies is currently
searching for a technical writer with at least three years of
experience writing for programming audiences. Our doc team is
just emerging from the informality of being part of a small startup
company to being more structured but still fun. The company is
very successful in a very hot market, namely supply chain
management software; see < > for more info.

If the following job description interests you, please
contact Janice Kutz at 617-761-2940 or Steve Cyr 617-761-2934.


The focus of this position will be to provide documentation for
programmers seeking to implement i2 applications that solve
complex scheduling problems. Some documentation exists
that needs to reorganized, expanded, and updated. In addition,
several new user guides and reference information are needed
for JAVA programmers in particular.The audience consists of
programmers using Visual Basic, JAVA, and an internal
proprietary language based on C++.

Requirements are as follows:

--You must be able to learn and explain complex new technology.
--Although the ideal candidate would have experience with Visual
Basic, JAVA, and C++, it is possible to learn as you go if you
have demonstrated success in programmer documentation.
--You must be resourceful in collecting information. Most of the
documentation needed must written from scratch.
--You must be able to use FrameMaker as an authoring tool, or
have sufficient experience with a similar tool .

Salary is negotiable.

Benefits are competitive and include free health coverage, 401K,
and an Employee Stock Purchase Plan.

Janice Kutz
Documentation Team Leader, i2 Technologies, Inc
565 Technology Square, 9th Floor, Cambridge MA 02139
Email: janice_kutz -at- i2 -dot- com || Vmail: 617-761-2940

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