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Bob and Laurel:
I currently work as a consultant in this area and believe I am
well-qualified for the advertised positions. I am not sure whether I would
want to give up my current consulting for a full-time job as an employee.
However, I am open to exploring opportunities. Attached therefore for your
consideration are my resume and biography.
----- Original Message -----
From: "DuCharme, Bob (LNG-CHO)" <email@example.com>
Cc: "Shifrin, Laurel (LNG-HBE)" <Laurel.Shifrin@lexisnexis.com>; "Bernatz,
Mark (LNG-DAY)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2003 6:14 PM
Subject: [xml-dev] Sr. XML Analyst position available
> Job Title: Sr XML Analyst
> Location: any of the following:
> Dayton, OH
> Newark, NJ
> Bethesda, MD
> Charlottesville, VA
> Albany, NY
> San Francisco, CA
> Colorado Springs, CO
> This position exists to support LexisNexis' move to XML for editorial and
> product delivery systems by leading the development of XML DTDs/schemas
> architectural designs and principles. Responsibilities include:
> 1. Help customers define their requirements.
> 2. Run data modeling workshops to develop XML DTDs & schemas.
> 3. Develop editorial tools and products that use XML.
> 4. Write documentation, presentations and training materials specific to
> DTDs and DTD design principles.
> 5. Research/participate in industry standard initiatives.
> Travel required. Although this position is posted for Dayton, candidates
> from other L-N locations are encouraged to apply without consideration to
> 1.Three years+ experience with writing SGML and XML DTDs, strong knowledge
> of related standards
> 2.One or more core programming languages (particularly Java, Perl,
> 3.Experience with legal data is desirable.
> 4.Knowledge of XML industry products and tools is desirable.
> 5.Ability to work independently, creatively and strategically.
> 6.Must have strong analytical and problem solving skills.
> 7.Requires both presentations & documentation, so good oral and written
> communication skills are important. As the job involves organizing and
> running analytical workshops, good presentation and meeting skills are a
> 8.Ability to explain technical issues to customers and customer/editorial
> issues to technical developers.
> Contact: Laurel.Shifrin@
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