Technical Writer/Documentation Specialis

Subject: Technical Writer/Documentation Specialis
From: "Lucas, Barbara" <barbara -dot- lucas -at- SYSTECINC -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 10 May 1996 08:46:48 -0400

Systems Techniques is an information technology consulting firm based in
Atlanta, GA. Using our proprietary facilitation technique, CONCUR, we
work with clients performing information systems strategic planning;
process, data and object modeling; business, systems and data
architecture; RAD development; and data warehouse implementation.

We have an immediate opportunity for an individual with the following
skills: Information Mapping methodology, MS Word macro and template
development, Software documentation and methodology or process
documentation. Other desired skills: HTML or WEB site design, On-Line
Help (WinHelp 4.0), On-line documentation, Graphic design, Data modeling,
Process modeling.

In addition to being responsible for creating on-line documentation for
all of STI's new and existing products and services, this person will be
involved in the development of STI Intranet and Internet sites. Future
plans are to develop CBT course work and CD-ROM manuals.

Educational Requirements
B.A. English, Technical Writing, or equivalent experience.

Technical Requirements
Strong computer background including knowledge of the Windows 95
registry, hardware, and peripherals. Experience with Windows 95 and
Windows 95 help systems is required. Experience with FrameMaker is
a plus.

Please send all inquiries to:

Barbara Lucas
7 Piedmont Center, Suite 110
Atlanta, GA 30305
404-814-3855 - fax
barbara -dot- lucas -at- systecinc -dot- com

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