JOB OPENING: Chicago Suburbs

Subject: JOB OPENING: Chicago Suburbs
From: "Metzger, Lucinda" <cmetzger -at- DUKANE -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 3 Feb 1999 14:48:49 -0600

(Hem....in light of the job ad flame war, I'm almost afraid to post
this....)

Although you may ask me questions about the position, please direct
cover letters and resumes to the contact person listed at the end.

Cindy
cmetzger -at- dukane -dot- com



Technical writing position available with a manufacturer of electronic
communications systems in the Chicago suburbs. Position entails writing
both hardware and software documentation for installers and end users.
Looking for a proactive, detail-oriented person with excellent writing
skills who can gather complex technical information from our subject
matter experts and create user-friendly documents. Looking for full-time
employee, but will also consider contract work.

Requirements:
3-5 years of technical writing experience
Bachelors degree in English or related field, or equivalent experience
Experience with Ventura preferred, but proficiency with some type of
desktop publishing package (PageMaker, FrameMaker) required
Basic skills with graphics packages such as Adobe Photoshop/Corel
Photo-Paint and Adobe Illustrator/CorelDRAW, and understanding of
graphics file formats
Experience with online help a plus
Experience with Adobe Acrobat and PDF file format a plus
Writing samples required at interview

Dukane is an equal opportunity employer that offers competitive
salaries, medical and dental insurance, matching 401K and profit
sharing, paid vacations and holidays, and an employee education
reimbursement program.

Send cover letter and resume to Terri Conway, Director of Training and
Communications, at tconway -at- dukane -dot- com -dot- Will accept Word 6.0, Word 97,
plain text, or PDF format.

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