JOB: San Mateo, CA -- Programming Documentation, Two New Technical Writers Needed

Subject: JOB: San Mateo, CA -- Programming Documentation, Two New Technical Writers Needed
From: Mary Anthony <mary -at- PERSISTENCE -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 11 May 1999 12:06:14 -0700

Persistence Software is the leading provider of transactional application
servers for developing, deploying, and managing enterprise thin-client
applications. Programmers use Persistence products to develop and deploy
CORBA and Enterprise JavaBeans applications on NT or UNIX.

Technical writers at Persistence:

- Design, specify, and write documentation intended for programmers
- Participate in the product specification and design process
- Work directly with engineers on a peer-to-peer basis
- Work with and understand the Persistence PowerTier products
- Produce printed documentation and online (HTML Help, Java Help, and PDF)
- Use C++ or Java source code to write new and check existing sample code
- Work as a team to develop documentation plans and schedules

We are seeking to fill two new technical writer positions as part of a
company expansion. The skills of the ideal candidate for either of
these positions are as follows:

- 5+ years writing documentation for programmers
- Experience with Framemaker, Quadralay Webworks, and HTML
- Knowledge of relational database management systems
- Knowledge of object oriented concepts, Java, and C++

Candidates who do not meet the ideal but who can demonstrate technical
ability, a dynamic attitude, and excellent writing skills will also be


Persistence Software compensates employees with a competitive
package of base salary, bonus, and stock grant. All standard benefits
are included. Relocation packages are available for qualified

Please send current resume and a cover letter to jobs -at- persistence -dot- com -dot-
ASCII, PDF, RTF, Framemaker formats accepted.

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