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Subject:JOB: New York City From:"Eric J. Ray" <ejray -at- RAYCOMM -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 22 Feb 1999 15:12:40 -0700
>I am looking for a technical writer to join our MIS Department, resumes can
>be sent via email to rcochran -at- atlasair -dot- com or faxed to 718-553-3675.
>>Position: Technical Writer/Analyst
>>Reports to: Manager Systems & Technology
>>Location: New York
>>Write high-quality, technically accurate, and timely documentation for this
>>fast growing company
>>Duties and Responsibilities:
>>Writing clear user-oriented procedural, reference, and training documents
>>Developing, and maintaining technically accurate documentation of the IS
>>architecture (including drawings)
>>Supporting key projects, such as Y2K
>>Well rounded technical background with project experience, strong
>>analytical and organizational skills, and excellent interpersonal skills.
>>Ability to communicate ideas, concepts, and issues clearly through the
>>Familiarity with WEB, Network, and Client/Server technologies (NT, Novell,
>>LAN/WAN, FrameRelay, Routers, Ethernet, TCP/IP, HTML, DBMS, Webservers)
>>Able to work multiple projects concurrently
>>Proficient with standard technical publication software (Framemaker,
>>Acrobat, Photoshop, Visio), and MS Office.
>>Web content development
>>Ability to learn quickly
>>Minimum 2 years relevant technical/business experience, BS in
>>Business/Computer Science, or equivalent is required