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Subject:JOB: Denver, CO, USA, Technical Writer II From:"Eric J. Ray" <ejray -at- RAYCOMM -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 17 May 1999 14:01:26 -0600
>From: "Wilson, Charis" <Charis_Wilson -at- icgcomm -dot- com>
>To: "'ejray -at- RAYCOMM -dot- COM'" <ejray -at- RAYCOMM -dot- COM>
>Subject: Job Posting For Listserve
>Date: Mon, 17 May 1999 13:41:15 -0600
>X-Mailer: Internet Mail Service (5.5.2448.0)
>Thought you might want to pass this job information, for a position in the
>Denver area, along to the Tech Writer List.
>Title: Technical Writer II
>Description: Execute the document control process to assure that all newly
>originated material conforms to standards and is appropriately made
>available to all users. Coordinate with all affected ICG departments in
>order to assure that new documentation is accurate and complete. Conduct
>periodic reviews with affected departments to determine appropriate timing
>for the introduction of new material into the document structure. Administer
>the process to assure that overall implementation is effective, and
>participate in periodic internal audits to assure ongoing documentation
>accuracy. Maintains a current internal documentation library. Provides or
>coordinates special documentation services as required. May act as project
>leader for large jobs. Qualifications: Familiar with PC and LAN
>applications, and appropriate document preparation software. Strong written
>communication skills and ability to interpret technical terminology in the
>telecommunications industry. Familiar with TQM and ISO principles and
>requirements (especially documentation requirements). Some background in
>telecommunications preferably related to network and/or equipment
>arrangements. Must successfully pass a criminal background investigation.
>Associates degree preferred and 4 plus year's experience in Technical
>If anyone is interested they can contact me and I'll get them in touch with
>the right folks.
>Document Control Specialist
>charis_wilson -at- icgcom -dot- com
>"One of the best things about being in a paradigm is that a paradigm does
>not need to be explained, it just is."-Steve Gilheany
Eric J. Ray RayComm, Inc. http://www.raycomm.com/ ejray -at- raycomm -dot- com
*Award-winning author of several popular computer books
*Syndicated columnist: Rays on Computing
*Technology Department Editor, _Technical Communication_