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Is is appropriate to post job availabilities on this NG?

What's considered the best place to find good embedded people?

Thanks,


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Martin Euredjian

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In general, yes - as long as they are specifically relevant to the NG (which
your second question seems to imply), and not too frequent. We get a
smattering of such postings here. Actually, not as many as I'd like to see.
More job postings here means that more jobs are becoming available, which
would be industry-wide Good News.

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Why waste time; just call me directly ;) (Heheh)



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Lewin A.R.W. Edwards said for all posterity...
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Yes, it would be good news.
 
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Email works with me.   ;-)

My new backup career as a realtor is looking better by the day...


Casey

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If you are looking to hire embedded engineers, yes.

If you are one of those joblist blaster services that
post hundreds of unrelated jobs every day, no.

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Try these:

http://www.google.com/search?q=embedded+engineer+resume
http://www.google.com/search?q=electronic+engineer+resume
http://www.google.com/search?q=electronics+engineer+resume
http://www.google.com/search?q=electrical+engineer+resume
http://www.google.com/search?q=embedded+developer+resume

:)

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Some will complain, some won't.  If it happens regularly all will
complain.  You are better advised to lurk on newsgroups and
directly contact people who seem likely candidates.

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It's ok, as long as the posts are fairly short, it is clear what they are,
and they don't use annoying "marketting" styles (lots of caps, html,
multiple exclamation marks and the like).  Also remember that this is an
international group - posts that assume the reader is in the USA will always
draw irritation, and often flames.

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Post privately direct to me, but only if they are really well paid and
easy.

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Mail to snipped-for-privacy@scazon.com

Paul Burke



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OK, feedback has been good.  Here it goes.


I own a small company that manufactures products for the professional film
and television industries.  I'm looking for a multi-disciplinary individual
with some/all of the following skill set:

Embedded microprocessor hardware software
  Assembler, C, C++, FORTH
  Primarily 8051 (currenly using Cygnal processors)
  USB, Serial, I2C/SMB, SPI, Ethernet
  Interfacing with FPGA's
  Multitasking
  RTOS

- Windows programming
  Visual C++ and Visual Basic
  Image processing
  USB, Serial, Ethernet
  Advanced user of Office apps (programming, automating)

- Xilinx FPGA
  Basic to intermediate capabilities
  Video/Image processing
  High speed designs
  Algorithms

- Other
  AutoCAD
  EDA tools (PCAD, OrCAD, etc.)
  Mechanical design skills
  Creative

- Education/Experience/Other
  Degree in related fields preferred
  Will consider any individual with proven skills and track record
  Minimum 5 years experience in the field
  Video experience highly desirable

- Location: Valencia, CA, USA (North of Los Angeles)

More details via private email when appropriate.

The position will be filled in the November/December timeframe.  You'll be
working for me and with me on the development and continuing engineering of
various products.  This is a full time position.

Send resume with salary requirements to the email address below.  Please
don't expect immediate response.  I'll probably begin contacting applicants
during the latter half of November.  If the volume is reasonable I'll
respond to every single email I get.  Otherwise, I'll only be able to
respond to those with whom I would like to discuss things further.

No agencies, head hunters, etc., etc.

Thank you,

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You asked politely, why not?

Hmm, yup, yup, yup, mostly, kind of, yup....

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Ah poot!

If you ever relocate to Toronto, give me a shout.  :^)

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Ron Sharp.



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Since YOU are the one requesting, I strongly urge you to send replies to
all applicants as a matter of courtesy.  If you get lots of responses,
have someone automatically generate and send regrets from you applicants
file.  Happy hunting!

Thad

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