DENVER-Technical Writing Positions

Subject: DENVER-Technical Writing Positions
Date: Fri, 12 Dec 1997 09:59:23 -0700

Technical Writer

Spectrum, the industry leader in PC-based human resource management
systems, seeks two experienced technical writers to join its Denver
documentation team.

* Develop and maintain documentation sets for software products
including, but not limited to, online help (Winhelp and HTML Help),
printed manuals, tutorials, and training aids
* Finish documents for print or Internet publishing
* Work with other writers to develop style, design, and tool
* Perform other technical editing, writing, and design tasks as

* Bachelor's degree in Technical Writing, English, Journalism, IS
or other related field

Professional Experience:
* 1-2 years experience developing online help and printed
* Demonstrated proficiency with Winhelp
* Strong desktop publishing skills
* Knowledge of Word97, Access97, and SQL Server a plus
* Demonstrated proficiency with Doc-to-Help or other help
authoring software
* Experience with graphics programs such as Corel PhotoPaint and
* Experience with Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0

Personal Traits
* Attention to detail and the elements of quality publications
* Excellent editing and writing skills
* Ability to learn and use new computer systems quickly with
minimum guidance
* Ability to work well with a writing team, as well as
* Self-motivation and initiative
* Ability to work in a fast-paced, constantly changing
environment, while at the same time staying focused on long-term goals
* Sense of humor
* Strong project management skills

Come join the Spectrum team. Mail, fax or e-mail your resume, salary
requirements, and a writing sample to:

SPECTRUM Human Resource Systems Corporation
Attn: Manager of Documentation
1625 Broadway, Suite 2600
Denver, CO 80202-4720
Fax: (303) 595-9970
E-mail: Webmaster -at- Spectrumhr -dot- com -ASCII or Word format only

No phone calls please.
Spectrum is an equal opportunity employer.

Chris Lynch
clynch -at- spectrumhr -dot- com, or

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