Job Announcement - Junior Tech Writer (contract) -- Toronto

Subject: Job Announcement - Junior Tech Writer (contract) -- Toronto
From: Pat Anderson <panders -at- AW -dot- SGI -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 8 Dec 1998 16:23:42 -0500

(please don't reply to me)

Wanted: Junior Technical Writer (3 month contract position) to take
existing documentation in FrameMaker and revise it for a software package
being ported to a different platform.

You will gather information from software developers by e-mail and
interview; test the functionality from within the software package, and
revise existing reference and tutorial documentation to cover changed
functionality; test, edit, and illustrate (where necessary) existing
documentation; update on-line HTML documentation as well as print
documentation from single-source FrameMaker files.

Experience and qualifications:

Candidate must have at least one year experience writing end-user software
manuals, graphic skills, the ability to think in 3D, and to be an
enthusiastic customer advocate.

Experienced working with FrameMaker, HTML, and on-line documentation in a
UNIX environment.

Experience documenting 3D design, animation, or paint programs and writing
for UNIX and NT products will weigh heavily in your favor.

A proven teamwork ethic is required. The ability to work with a group in
pressure situations while maintaining both deadlines and a positive
attitude will be an important consideration. Skills of negotiation,
diplomacy, and prioritization will be necessary.

Degree in English, Journalism, Engineering, Computer Science, or equivalent

Please send resumes and cover letters to:

210 King St. East
Toronto, Canada
M5A 1J7
Attention: Human Resources

Fax: 416-369-6142
email: careers -at- aw -dot- sgi -dot- com

Please forward resumes by e-mail or fax. When sending resumes by e-mail,
please save as an attachment for Word for Windows.

Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

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