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> Rapidly expanding NYC-based UNIX computer hardware manufacturer seeks
> entry-level technically-adept writer to create and/or rewrite user
> documentation (manuals, technical notes) and internal technical materials
> (tech-support resources, training materials, client presentations).
> Candidate should have excellent written and oral communication; able to
> clearly describe complex technical procedures for UNIX hardware and/or
> software. Ability to work independently to meet project goals/schedules
> is essential; experience with FrameMaker, other desktop publishing systems,
> basic graphic design highly desired. Salary commensurate with experience;
> good benefits.
> Send your resume to me at the snailmail or email address below. If you are
> sending a resume by email, please use the Subject Heading "RESUME".
> Please, do NOT call.
> Howard Gershen howard -at- boxhill -dot- com
> Box Hill Systems Corp.
> 161 Avenue of the Americas, 10th Floor
> New York, N.Y. 10013
Would someone explain to me how a position with the above description could be
called "entry-level"? Sounds to me like someone wants an experienced writer to
work for an entry-level salary....