JOB POSTING: Technical Writer (Permanent), Los Angeles

Subject: JOB POSTING: Technical Writer (Permanent), Los Angeles
From: Carolyn Yoshida <carolyn -at- USANIMATION -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 17 Apr 1997 14:59:42 -0700

Company: Toon Boom Technologies, Inc.

Position: Technical Writer

Location: Currently in Hollywood, moving soon to Burbank.

Salary: DOE

Starts: Immediately.


* The product is a UNIX-based animation software system used in
television, motion picture, and interactive CD-ROM production.

* Design and write end user manuals, tutorials, training materials, and
technical support materials in both hardcopy and online format. Possible
web page HTML development involved.

* Formulate and maintain documentation and production schedules.

* Work with programmers and software users to perform needs analyses to
determine the documentation and training requirements.

* Test accuracy and effectiveness of materials created.


* 5 years experience writing end-user software manuals and and training
materials, preferably for a comprehensive, graphically-oriented software

* Must have the ability to write clearly and concisely at the level of
the user, and edit with an eye for detail.

* Must be able to independently learn new software applications quickly
and develop materials without aid of written specifications.

* Experience using FrameMaker publishing software and UNIX preferable.

Competitive benefits package, including 401(k) and dental. Flexible work
hours and casual dress code. You'll work with dynamic,
cutting-edge 2D animation software and the learn about the
rapidly-expanding field of digital animation.

Contact information:

- Contact name: Carolyn Yoshida
- 818 North La Brea, Hollywood, CA 90038
- 818-465-2200 (voice)
- 818-465-2800 (fax)
- carolyn -at- usanimation -dot- com

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