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2006\08\23@125445 by Russell McMahon

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Whispergen, developers of arguably* the world's only commercially
sucessful non-aerospace non-military Stirling engines, are advertsing
for development engineers.

       http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=67797060



       Russell

* I expect argument.

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DESIGN / DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERS
CHRISTCHURCH BASED


WhisperGen Limited (also known as Whisper Tech) has achieved
widespread recognition as a world leader in micro co-generation
technology, with the development of the revolutionary new WhisperGen™
microCHP system. As part of its ongoing development and manufacturing
programme, and to meet the challenge of new markets and applications,
additional expertise is needed within the WhisperGen engineering team.

We have a diverse and highly skilled engineering team who are involved
in providing production solutions for prototype & existing designs, in
a systematic and controlled manner. We are looking for applicants who
are innovative, have practical design ability with attention to
detail, strong communication skills, and enjoy working in a dynamic
research and development environment.

This is a unique opportunity to join a leading edge technology company
of international significance. A high level of job satisfaction is
assured. Attractive salaries commensurate with each position will be
negotiated with successful candidates.

Engineers with demonstrated experience in any of the following areas
would very quickly become valued members of the team:

• BE (Mech.) or equivalent with a minimum of 3 years industry
experience in design for manufacture & least cost design.
• A background in product development with a focus on reliability,
robustness and endurance.
• Experience with solid modelling CAD systems, FE structural and
thermal analysis and the analysis of mechanisms.
• Process familiarity with light alloy and cast iron castings, sheet
metal & precision machined components.
• Experience in developing drawings, geometric tolerancing, production
and quality documentation.

Applications should be sent in confidence to:

Judith McDonald,
HR Manager, WhisperGen Limited
PO Box 13 705, Christchurch
Phone (03) 363 9719 or email: spam_OUTjudith.mcdonaldTakeThisOuTspamwhispertech.co.nz


You must be eligible to work in NZ to apply for this role.

2006\08\23@173112 by Dave Lag

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Russell McMahon wrote:
> Whispergen, developers of arguably* the world's only commercially
> sucessful non-aerospace non-military Stirling engines, are advertsing
> for development engineers.
>
>         www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=67797060
>
>
>
>         Russell
>
> * I expect argument.

5 minutes or the full half hour?

2006\08\23@174256 by Dave King

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> Russell McMahon wrote:
> > Whispergen, developers of arguably* the world's only commercially
> > sucessful non-aerospace non-military Stirling engines, are advertsing
> > for development engineers.
> >
> >         www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=67797060
> >
> >
> >
> >         Russell
> >
> > * I expect argument.
>
> 5 minutes or the full half hour?

No he's already had his arguement...

2006\08\24@073315 by Howard Winter

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Russell,

On Thu, 24 Aug 2006 04:53:26 +1200, Russell McMahon wrote:

> Whispergen, developers of arguably* the world's only commercially
> sucessful non-aerospace non-military Stirling engines, are advertsing
> for development engineers.

Drat!  They're on the wrong side of the planet, and want skills I haven't got.  But I'd love to work for them!  :-)

> * I expect argument.

Oh no you don't!  ;-)

Cheers,


Howard Winter
St.Albans, England


2006\08\24@074745 by Alan B. Pearce

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>Drat!  They're on the wrong side of the planet, and want
>skills I haven't got.  But I'd love to work for them!  :-)

Well, you could always be like Craig and move there ...

2006\08\24@083956 by Howard Winter

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Alan,

On Thu, 24 Aug 2006 12:47:42 +0100, Alan B. Pearce wrote:

> >Drat!  They're on the wrong side of the planet, and want
> >skills I haven't got.  But I'd love to work for them!  :-)
>
> Well, you could always be like Craig and move there ...

But I *still* wouldn't have the skills - I'm not sure that being unemployed in NZ is any better than being unemployed in the UK - and in fact I'm fairly
sure they wouldn't have me!  (I wonder how Craig was accepted there without a job?)

Cheers,


Howard Winter
St.Albans, England


2006\08\24@094107 by William Couture

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On 8/24/06, Howard Winter <.....HDRWKILLspamspam@spam@h2org.demon.co.uk> wrote:

> > * I expect argument.
>
> Oh no you don't!  ;-)

That's just contradiction, not an argument!

Bill

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2006\08\24@095835 by Russell McMahon

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Their biggest customer by far is in the UK - home cogen systems using
wrongly priced north sea gas to make wrongly priced electricity. Saved
by a marketing anomaly :-).


   Russell

>> Whispergen, developers of arguably* the world's only commercially
>> sucessful non-aerospace non-military Stirling engines, are
>> advertsing
>> for development engineers.
>
> Drat!  They're on the wrong side of the planet, and want skills I
> haven't got.  But I'd love to work for them!  :-)

2006\08\24@100006 by Bob Axtell

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William Couture wrote:
> On 8/24/06, Howard Winter <HDRWspamKILLspamh2org.demon.co.uk> wrote:
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>  
>>> * I expect argument.
>>>      
>> Oh no you don't!  ;-)
>>    
>
> That's just contradiction, not an argument!
>
> Bill
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>  
Ya know, here in the US, an advertisement like this follows immediately by
a request to the State dept to bring in and hire more Pakistani engineers..

--Bob

2006\08\25@095823 by Howard Winter

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Russell,

On Fri, 25 Aug 2006 00:47:32 +1200, Russell McMahon wrote:

> Their biggest customer by far is in the UK

I know - I tried to get in on their experimental phase, but they said they didn't need anyone else with my profile (not quite sure what they meant by
this... they already had lots of fat blokes, I wonder? :-)

> - home cogen systems using
> wrongly priced north sea gas to make wrongly priced electricity. Saved
> by a marketing anomaly :-).

Well I don't know if you've heard, but the price of gas here has risen repeatedly recently (I haven't had two consecutive bills with the same
price/kWh for about a year) and it's getting very expensive.  And because a lot of electricity is generated by gas, that's rocketing too.  My most
recent electricity bill was about 30% more than the previous one, with no change in usage pattern.  I'd say that home energy costs are close to double
what they were two years ago.

I am upping my commitment to using solar if I can - bought some chunky batteries and a combined charger/inverter/solar regulator recently, although
I haven't managed to get it working yet...

Cheers,


Howard Winter
St.Albans, England


2006\08\25@134925 by James Newtons Massmind

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> Well I don't know if you've heard, but the price of gas here
> has risen repeatedly recently (I haven't had two consecutive
> bills with the same price/kWh for about a year) and it's
> getting very expensive.  And because a lot of electricity is
> generated by gas, that's rocketing too.  My most recent
> electricity bill was about 30% more than the previous one,
> with no change in usage pattern.  I'd say that home energy
> costs are close to double what they were two years ago.

And continuing to rise.

> I am upping my commitment to using solar if I can - bought
> some chunky batteries and a combined charger/inverter/solar
> regulator recently, although I haven't managed to get it
> working yet...

Best of luck. Please document what DOESN'T work for the rest of us? My guess
is that the batteries will be the major problem with the system. One nice
thing about my PV system is that it doesn't use batteries. Of course, I'm
dependant on the law that says the utility company must buy my generated
energy, during the day, at the same price they charge me for my use, at
night.
http://techref.massmind.org/techref/other/solar/case1.htm

---
James.


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