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From: wjmad...@mit-priam.UUCP (Warren J Madden)
Subject: Opening for Technical Writer at MIT's Project Athena
Message-ID: <121@mit-priam.UUCP>
Date: Mon, 24-Jun-85 14:32:36 EDT
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Posted: Mon Jun 24 14:32:36 1985
Date-Received: Tue, 25-Jun-85 08:06:35 EDT
Organization: MIT Project Athena
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	MIT's Project Athena is a five-year, 70 million dollar effort to
integrate computers into the MIT curriculum.  We are seeking a Technical
Writer with the following qualifications:

	At least one year of professional technical writing experience.

	Should be familiar with MS-DOS on IBM PC equipment, and at least
	one programming language from among C, Fortran, Pascal, or Lisp.

	Experience with Unix and/or an applications area such as
	graphics is preferred.

The position's duties include:

	Researching and writing brief introductory documentation on DOS,
	its languages, and utility packages.

	Writing conversion guides between DOS and Unix.

	Overseeing distribution of standard DOS documentation.

	If you wish to apply, please send 2 copies of a cover letter and
resume to:

			Ms. Sally Hansen
			MIT Personnel Office
			77 Massachusetts Ave., E19-239
			Cambridge, MA 02139

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