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'[AD:] looking for a firmware engineer'
2004\04\28@183109 by Tim Crist

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SOFTWARE / FIRMWARE ENGINEER


Tri-Tronics, Inc. is the industry leader in the design and manufacture of
electronic dog training devices.  We have an immediate need for a skilled
degreed Engineer with a minimum of 5 years  experience in firmware
development and sustaining engineering for small hand held remote control
devices.  Our engineering group is a small team, working in an exciting and
dynamic environment.  This position will support current product
improvements and new product development.  If you enjoy working in this type
of environment, and can work under schedule deadlines, this may be a good
fit for you.

REQUIREMENTS:  BSEE, BSCS or equivalent.  Minimum 5 years  experience.  Must
have embedded or wireless, software development on mobile devices.
Experience writing Assembly (PIC, Atmel) language programs.  Proven
debugging experience using in-circuit emulators.  Strong human interface
programming or experience with low power battery operated systems.  C
experience is a plus.

To be considered, applicants must have current eligibility to work in the
United States.

Please email your resume, cover letter, and or questions to Kim Kraft at
spam_OUTkkraftTakeThisOuTspamtritronics.com

Thanks,

Tim

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2004\04\28@184733 by David VanHorn

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>REQUIREMENTS:  BSEE, BSCS or equivalent.  Minimum 5 years  experience.  Must
>have embedded or wireless, software development on mobile devices.
>Experience writing Assembly (PIC, Atmel) language programs.  Proven
>debugging experience using in-circuit emulators.  Strong human interface
>programming or experience with low power battery operated systems.  C
>experience is a plus.

One key point not mentioned, on a global list, is where this is..

Lets me out though.. 20 years experience, but no degree, so I guess no point in applying.

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2004\04\28@185357 by Shawn Wilton

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If there's one thing I've learned, it's that you always apply to a job
you're interested in.  Worst that could happen:  You don't get a call
back...

-Shawn

David VanHorn wrote:
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2004\04\28@190018 by David VanHorn

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At 03:53 PM 4/28/2004 -0700, Shawn Wilton wrote:

>If there's one thing I've learned, it's that you always apply to a job
>you're interested in.  Worst that could happen:  You don't get a call
>back...

I suppose..  I am assuming it's in Tuscon, as that's where they are headquartered.

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2004\04\28@192130 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 05:59 PM 4/28/2004 -0500, you wrote:
>At 03:53 PM 4/28/2004 -0700, Shawn Wilton wrote:
>
> >If there's one thing I've learned, it's that you always apply to a job
> >you're interested in.  Worst that could happen:  You don't get a call
> >back...
>
>I suppose..  I am assuming it's in Tuscon, as that's where they are
>headquartered.

Looked like a nice place to work, as much as I could tell from a brief
visit which mostly included their lobby.

Best regards,

Spehro Pefhany --"it's the network..."            "The Journey is the reward"
.....speffKILLspamspam@spam@interlog.com             Info for manufacturers: http://www.trexon.com
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2004\04\28@192750 by David VanHorn

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>Looked like a nice place to work, as much as I could tell from a brief
>visit which mostly included their lobby.

I've found lobbies to be fairly decent places to work, except for the foot traffic..

:)

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2004\04\28@193204 by Tim Crist

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David,

Tri-Tronics is located in Tucson, AZ.

http://www.tritronics.com


Tim

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At 03:53 PM 4/28/2004 -0700, Shawn Wilton wrote:

>If there's one thing I've learned, it's that you always apply to a job
>you're interested in.  Worst that could happen:  You don't get a call
>back...

I suppose..  I am assuming it's in Tuscon, as that's where they are
headquartered.

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2004\04\28@193826 by David VanHorn

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At 04:34 PM 4/28/2004 -0700, Tim Crist wrote:

>David,
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>Tri-Tronics is located in Tucson, AZ.
>
>http://www.tritronics.com

That must be near Tuscon then. :)

I've been through there a time or two.. Near Benson AZ, immortalized in song and cinema. (Dark Star)

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2004\04\28@232356 by Richard.Prosser

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>SOFTWARE / FIRMWARE ENGINEER
>..........
>To be considered, applicants must have current eligibility to work in the
>United States.

BUGGER!

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2004\04\29@001758 by Sergio Masci

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Subject: Re: [AD:] looking for a firmware engineer


> >SOFTWARE / FIRMWARE ENGINEER
> >..........
> >To be considered, applicants must have current eligibility to work in the
> >United States.
>
> BUGGER!

The way things are going over there, you will probably be able to work for any
American firm if you go via an Indian company ;-)

Regards
Sergio Masci

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2004\04\29@013201 by William Chops Westfield

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On Wednesday, Apr 28, 2004, at 15:47 US/Pacific, David VanHorn wrote:

>>
>> REQUIREMENTS:  BSEE, BSCS or equivalent.
> Lets me out though.. 20 years experience, but no degree, so I guess no
> point in applying.
>
I dunno.  Sounds like "or equivilent" to me...

In my experience, "no degree" is more often used as an excuse to pay
someone less, rather than not to hire them at all.  Or as a
differentiator.  All other things being equal, the lack of degree hurts
you.  I suspect that in the current climate, there are a lot of "equal
engineers" aiming at any particular job...

BillW

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