[Everyone] Re: Billable formatting in client documents
Thu Oct 22 13:42:49 GMT 2009
Just a little point Phil, but I think there's a new Microsoft now -
Microsoft Sevens (like the rugby). It might be worth ammending the ad
On 22 Oct 2009, at 14:00, Phil wrote:
> Hi all,
> Further to this topic subject it has become apparent that the
> Corporate Resourcing department requires the services of a full time
> Word Formatter. Applications should be made through Human Acquisition.
> Should you suggest someone who ends up being offered the job and
> staying in the role for a minimum of 1 year (with no formal
> warnings) I will be more than happy to give you the money for a
> drink from my finder's fee.
> Job summary follows.
> FULL TIME WORD FORMATTER
> Pretend Office, a dynamic and forward-thinking company at the
> forefront of what it usually does, has a full time vacancy in a new
> position of Word Formatter. You will be required to apply rigid
> house styles as formatting to Word documents produced by our busy
> We are looking for an enthusiastic self-starter willing to work hard
> but also happy to stay in the same position for a long time without
> Essential skills:
> * English as a first, or at least third, language.
> * In depth understanding of how to make letters look good.
> * At least 7 years experience in a similar role.
> * Masters or equivalent qualification in Typography or similar.
> * Experience of Powerpoints, Photoshop, Illustrator, Sage, 3DS Max
> and COBOL.
> Desirable skills:
> * Experience of Microsoft Words.
> On 20 Oct, 2009, at 21:31, Giles wrote:
> Phil BA(Hons)
> VP of Visioning Management and Corporate Resourcing
> tel: +44 (0)20 7946 0372
> mob(ile): +44 (0)7700 900837
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