JOB - New York, NY - Technical Writer

Subject: JOB - New York, NY - Technical Writer
From: Barry Campbell <barry -at- WEBVERANDA -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 24 Nov 1998 10:37:21 -0500

Technical Writer - New York City

Summit Systems ( has an
immediate opening in our Technical Communications
Group for a Technical Writer.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of
two years of experience documenting complex software
products and must be able to demonstrate strong
writing and editing skills.

Broad familiarity with a variety of content creation
software, such as the Microsoft Office suite of
products, Adobe PageMaker, and image-editing software
(such as Adobe PhotoShop or Corel PhotoPaint) is

Familiarity with online delivery formats such as PDF
would be a major plus.

Familiarity with finance, particularly capital markets,
is desirable but not required; if you don't have this
background but are willing to put in the work required
to acquire it, we're more than willing to teach you.


Summit Systems is a global software development firm
that delivers comprehensive, state-of-the-art trading
and risk management solutions to financial institutions
and corporate treasury departments. Summit is a wholly-
owned subsidiary of Misys, the world's leading provider
of banking software solutions.

Summit's Technical Communications Group produces
end-user and technical documentation for Summit's
software clients.

If you would like to apply for this job, please send
your resume and salary history to the following address:

Summit Systems, Inc.
Human Resources Dept.
22 Cortlandt St.
New York, NY 10007

You may also fax your resume to the attention of Ms.
Jennifer Cosby at (212) 896-3434.

All materials will be kept in strictest confidence.
Summit Systems is an equal opportunity employer.

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