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OnDisplay, an industry leader in e-commerce and ERP integration solutions
headquartered in San Ramon, California, is looking for an experienced
technical publications manager. If you are interested in and qualified for
this position, reply to this email message with your resume attached as a
PDF or Microsoft Word document, or include your resume as ASCII text in the
body of the message.
Technical Publications Manager
Working technical publications manager needed to lead documentation efforts
in a fast-paced, multi-tasking software development environment. You will
head up a small but growing documentation team that produces printed user
manuals and programmer references, WinHelp, and context sensitive help aimed
at sophisticated end-users and developers. In addition to excellent writing
and editing skills, the right candidate will have significant experience in:
* Project management and scheduling
* Writing API documentation
* Using FrameMaker, Adobe Acrobat, and RoboHelp
* Working with Windows NT and UNIX operating systems
* Supervising and mentoring less senior writers
* Designing templates and style guides
You should be a fast learner, able to come up to speed quickly with complex,
cutting-edge technologies. A willingness and ability to innovate and use the
latest technologies where appropriate helpful. This is an excellent
opportunity for an experienced professional who wants to work in a
challenging environment that runs on "internet time."