JOBS: Contract and Permanent technical writers -- Rockville, MD

Subject: JOBS: Contract and Permanent technical writers -- Rockville, MD
From: "Fagerlund, Kippi" <Kippi_Fagerlund -at- NAI -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 7 Jul 1999 13:47:03 -0700

Network Associates, Inc., in Rockville, Maryland, is seeking both a
permanent Technical Writer and a long-term Contract Technical Writer with at
least 1-3 years of experience for full-time, on-site positions. These
are in our Total Network Security business unit.

Job Description: Work as part of a publications team documenting firewalls
and other network security products.
Scope of work includes:
* Develop plans for assigned documents from work conception through
delivery to production.
* Create, edit, and proofread documents and/or online help according
to product design, operation, and corporate standards.
* Represent Technical Publications at internal meetings such as design
meetings, change review, and product status meetings.

Job Responsibilities:
* Obtain necessary information from available documents and subject
matter experts.
* Install, configure, and run software products on test machines.
* Create hard copy documentation and online help.
* Create any necessary artwork.
* Guide documents and/or online help through review and production
* Participate in corporate-wide publications focus groups.

Job Skills desired:
* Three or more years of experience as a technical writer developing
end user and
system administrator documentation
* Strong verbal and written communication skills
* Ability to work independently and as part of a team
* Experience with FrameMaker
* Knowledge of the Internet, networking, and security
* HTML experience
* Experience with UNIX systems and/or Windows NT 4.0

Send resume and cover letter to:
Kippi Fagerlund
Network Associates, Inc.
15204 Omega Drive, Suite 300
Rockville, Maryland 20850-4601

Fax: 301-527-0482
E-mail: Kippi_Fagerlund -at- nai -dot- com

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