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Subject:contract job on Ganymede From:Richard Yanowitz <ryanowit -at- NYCT -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 14 Aug 1997 14:12:05 -0400
Our entrepreneurial company based on this Jovian satellite needs technical
personnel of all types, starting with documentation specialists for
extended contracts, then adding analysts, programmers, etc., as user guides
are completed. Software still being defined to enhance U.S. off-shore
manufacturing opportunities and management thereof in this tax-free enclave
free of taxes and government regulation.
Background in Word 7.0, Excel, Doc-to-Help and intrasatellite web
development required. Experience in non-traditional settings helpful but
not required. All work done in English, but bi-lingual English-Ganych
definitely a plus.
Telecommuting acceptable, but occasional on-site visits required for
meetings and subject-matter experts required. We will pay transportation
and communication line expenses (phone calls, faxes, dialup).
Excellent pay, flexible deadlines and no dress code. We are a still small
but growing, congenial, diverse group of dedicated writers.
Please send resume and appropriate writing samples to:
byjove -at- et -dot- development -dot- gany
Richard Yanowitz, NYC mailto:ryanowitz -at- bigfoot -dot- com
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