JOB: Full-Time Permanent Technical Writer in Washington, DC

Subject: JOB: Full-Time Permanent Technical Writer in Washington, DC
From: Terese Scott <tscott -at- BNA -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 24 Mar 1999 12:21:54 -0500

The Bureau of National Affairs, a national publisher of
print and electronic news and information products, is
seeking three technical writer/editors to produce technical
end-user documentation and online Windows help systems for
tax and accounting software products.


The position requires a detail-oriented person with a
demonstrated ability to edit, write, format, and organize
technical materials for laypersons; working knowledge of
desktop publishing and word processing systems such as Adobe
Framemaker and Windows 95 Microsoft Word for Windows; must
be able to write clear, concise procedures. Experience using
Framemaker is preferable. Must be able to interact with
software authors and developers to reach agreement on
documentation projects.

Requires a minimum of two years' technical writing or
editing experience, preferably in taxation, data processing,
law, or software development. Also requires degree with
coursework in English, technical writing, journalism, or
related field, or equivalent experience. Coursework or
experience in taxation or accounting desirable. Writing
samples required at the interview.

We are not the federal government!

Several factors distinguish us from other firms. We are the
oldest, wholly employee-owned company in the US, and we have
been cited as one of the '100 Best Companies to Work for in
America' by Fortune Magazine for 1998 and 1999, and for
Working Mother Magazine every year since 1990. We offer a
technology-rich environment and an outstanding compensation

Excellent compensation and benefits package. -- Visit our
Website at


Send your resume to

Terese Scott at tscott -at- bna -dot- com


Bureau of National Affairs
Terese Scott
1250 23rd St., N.W., Suite 4-214S
Washington, DC 20037

or FAX 202-728-7964

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