JOB: TW, Grenoble, France

Subject: JOB: TW, Grenoble, France
From: Zoe Barnett <barnett -at- NETMANSYS -dot- FR>
Date: Tue, 2 Mar 1999 11:08:38 +0000

NETMANSYS, a world leader in the development of leading-
edge network management software and toolkits for the
telecomunications industry, is currently seeking an

English speaking TECHNICAL WRITER

to join its busy technical documentation team at its R&D
headquarters in the capital of the French Alps:

This position is open to individuals currently permitted to
work in France (EC citizens or holders of a valid French
work permit) or the US (US citizens or holders of a valid
US work permit).

Key responsibilities
Assist in the conception and development of user documentation
(paper and on-line) for NETMANSYS products. Documentation
is produced in English using FrameMaker, Acrobat and HTML.

Professional background
This position would be suitable for a recent BSc engineering/
computer science graduate familiar with one or both of the
following areas:

- Object-oriented technologies and programming (UML, C++,
Tcl/Tk and/or Java).

- Distribution middleware: CORBA, telecom network management
protocols (SNMP, CMIP/GDMO, TL1/MML).

Technical writing experience is preferred but not mandatory.

Candidates should be able to show:

- a willingness and capacity to work in collaboration with
people at all stages of the product development process:
architects, R&D engineers and support personnel.

- excellent written and oral English communication skills.

- good personal organizational skills.

Salary will be commensurate with experience and results.

Knowledge of the French language is desirable but not mandatory.

Contact details
Applicants should send a CV and covering letter in English to:

jobs -at- netmansys -dot- fr (plain text or HTML preferred)


The Human Resources Manager
30, chemin du Vieux Chêne,
38240 Meylan

Please state clearly that you are applying for a technical
writing position.

Zoe Barnett NETMANSYS S.A.
30, chemin du Vieux Chêne

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