Software Technical Writer and Editor Opportunities- Houston

Subject: Software Technical Writer and Editor Opportunities- Houston
From: DeeDee Dial <dddial -at- DIRECTHIRE -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 17 Dec 1998 11:45:05 -0600

Hello all! I wanted to let everyone know about some exciting new
Technical Writing and Editing opportunities (Permanent) that have come
available with my client in Houston, TX.

I am working with a leading provider of high-performance systems,
database, network management software tools for the I.T. industry and
the organization is experiencing new product growth along with
generating more innovative and unique to market embedded on line help
systems in efforts to continue improving on delivering quality
documentation and allow customizable help to the client's need.

There are 15 openings for Technical Writers and 1 opening for a
Technical Editor. My client seeks individuals who have at least 3 years
industry experience documenting/editing in a complex software
environment with a degree in Technical Writing, English, Journalism,
C.S, or a proven ability to research and write/edit software manuals and
on line help. For the editor role, experience performing copy and
substantive edits is preferred.

I would enjoy talking to anyone about these opportunities further and
how outstanding this company is to work for and their committment to
quality documentation, products and the people behind them. I am
including my contact information below and am happy to phone you at a
time more convenient for you. I also appreciate any assistance in
passing the information along to others you know who might have an

I hope everyone has a wonderful Holiday Season.


Dee Dee Dial, Technology Recruiter
Pedley-Stringer, Inc.
Phone: 512-418-3260
Fax: 512-418-1236 (attn: Dee Dee Dial)
Email: dddial -at- directhire -dot- com

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