Job--Stanford University, California

Subject: Job--Stanford University, California
From: Jennifer Masek <jmasek -at- SLAC -dot- STANFORD -dot- EDU>
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 1998 13:30:10 -0800

TechPubs Job Description: Technical Publication Production Specialist
Job # 15528
(Stanford University Classification: Miscellaneous Non-exempt (B15))

Technical Publications Department
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
(A high-energy physics laboratory at Stanford University, under contract to
the Department of Engergy.)

We Are
An 11-person, centralized Technical Publications team serving the
publishing needs of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) authoring
community. We provide technical editing, graphics design, website design
and development, document management, electronic and paper publishing and
distribution, large document development and management, and cheerful
technical support to the scientific, technical, and administrative sectors
of our site. We are a primarily Macintosh and Unix shop with some
smatterings of NT. We have a busy production environment with a number of
projects on the slate at any time.

You Are
A multi-tasker with excellent written and verbal communications skills and
intermediate-to-expert knowledge of at least two of the following
applications: Microsoft Word, FrameMaker, LaTeX, PageMaker, Quark XPress.
You have demonstrated expertise in proofreading and copyediting to a
specified style sheet and you look forward to learning about the technology
in our field. You enjoy working in a team and sharing your knowledge with

For a fuller job description, please see the TechPubs jobs page at .
Interested applicants should refer to SLAC's Employment Opportunities Web
page ( where they
will find the "official job description" and instructions for applicants.



Jennifer Masek

Technical Publications Department
Lead, Information and Document Technology Group
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
PO Box 4349 MS 68
Stanford, California 94309
(650) 926-2263


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