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Subject:Re: Job info Seattle Area! From:Timothy Schablin <timothy -at- ESKIMO -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 12 Jan 1995 09:29:18 -0800
What is Wasser? is a contracting agency?
On Tue, 10 Jan 1995 jhedtke -at- OZ -dot- NET wrote:
> Wasser's phone number is 206-441-0707. You should also try Sakson &
> Taylor, 206-632-6931. Both are large, very successful firms that
> know a great deal about the business of writing. I have hired
> writers and desktop publishers from both firms and have been quite
> satisfied with the people I've gotten.
> In article <3ervab$rsf -at- bbs -dot- pnl -dot- gov>, <sl_eaton -at- pnl -dot- gov> writes:
> > Path:
> > Sorry -- I tried to send mail, but kept getting "can't resolve host
> > so I'm posting instead.
> > You may want to try Wasser. Microsoft, Boeing, and many other
> places use Wasser to hire contract writers and editors, and many
> people wind up with permanent jobs that way. I worked for
> Microsoft through Wasser until I moved to southeastern Washington.
> The woman who runs it is named Peg Cherrit (not sure of the
> spelling; it's pronounced Shu-RETT).
> > I don't have the phone # or address with me, but if you can't find
> them through directory assistance, I can dig 'em up for you.
> > By the way, the person who said you better know software
> documentation is wrong. There are plenty of other tech writing
> jobs in the area -- engineering, environmental, etc. Your grammar,
> usage, & basic writing skills better be good, though!
> > >To any Puget Sound area STC members or Seattle tech-writers,
> > >I am looking for a contact person in the Seattle area to get some
> on STC and employment opportunities for entry-level technical
> writers. If you
> can help me at all E-mail me directly.