JOB: London, England

Subject: JOB: London, England
From: "Eric J. Ray" <ejray -at- RAYCOMM -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 18 May 1999 11:29:02 -0600

>Company: Riversoft
>Address: Unit 7, I89 Munster Road
> London SW6 6AW
>Contact: Daphne Brown
>Department: Technical Writing
>Job Title: Technical Author/Advisor
>E-mail: daphne -at- riversoft -dot- com
>Job Title: Technical Advisor/Author (Permanent)
>Likely salary: 25-30K + bonus
>Intended start date: ASAP
>Benefits: Medical, (eventual) stock options
>Job hours: 9:30 to 5:30
>Review: every 6 months
>Additional bonuses: up to 20% of salary annually
>Holidays: 25 days
>Description of work: Successful candidate will be the technical
>authority/advisor in a team of two authors, the other author being the
>English/writing/grammatical advisor/expert. The most important skill for the
>candidate is his/her knowledge and understanding of networks, network
>management systems, UNIX, C, etc. and the ability to both communicate with
>developers and to communicate technical ideas to the other, less technical
>author. Will be editing texts to check that texts written are correct
>technically, and will be writing the more technical manuals(Reference Guide,
>Administrator's Guide). Must have a good command of English and grammar, and
>the ability to write efficiently, however, this quality is secondary to the
>first requirement.
>Experience / skills required: Technical expertise in networks, Unix. C++
>and other languages a plus. Ability in some DTP package. Writing ability.
>Good communications and explanation skills. HTML or web authoring expertise
>a plus. On-line help experience a plus.
>Do you wish to see samples? Yes, very much so.
>General information
>What does the company do? We make network management software
>How many employees? 45
>Daphne Brown
>Technical Author
>Riversoft Ltd
>phone: 0171 385 6100
>fax: 0171 385 6200
>E-mail: daphne -at- riversoft -dot- com

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