Wanted: Senior Editor, Windows 2000 Technology

<i>Microsoft Certified Professional</i> Magazine is seeking an MCSE with a journalism background.

Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine is seeking an MCSE with a journalism background. As a Senior Editor, you'll have a strong hand in the technical direction of this 130,000 circulation monthly print magazine -- and its popular online site, You'll evaluate the technical merits of feature stories, develop reviews of new products and services, cover breaking news about Microsoft and its third-party software offerings, represent the magazine at conferences and tradeshows, and work closely with the editorial team to help us maintain and build on our excellent reputation among IT professionals.

You must possess a current MCSE, have passed at least one exam on your way to upgrading to Windows 2000, have at least two years of experience in the management or administration of an enterprise network as well as proven editorial skills. A degree in journalism is a big plus. In your cover letter, tell us why you're interested in the job and why you'd be the best candidate. Salary will be commensurate with experience. 101communications LLC offers comprehensive benefits, advancement opportunities, and the chance to build your reputation for doing quality work. Our editorial operations are based in sunny Irvine, California and relocation will be required.

Submit your resume to; put "Senior Editor, MCP Magazine" in the Subject Line.


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