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  1. Guest

    I'm seeking assistance in finding people with a background in analog
    circuit design in some area of consumer electronics. In particular,
    I'd like to hook up with people who have been involved in the
    development or radios (AM/FM), speakers, power supply, amplifiers, or
    music storage devices such as CDs or DVDs.

    I own my own recruiting company, and have several relevent position
    open, and have a generous referral plan for people who assist me in
    finding the qualified talent my client seeks. Check it all out at:
    www.cstreetsearch.com

    Arnie Fertig
     
  2. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

     
  3. Joerg

    Joerg Guest

    Hello Arnie,

    As John said, talk with your clients whether some of the work can be
    done by consultants. Unless they need this kind of EE support full time
    and for years.

    Many of the talented folks have ongoing commitments and might not be
    able to pack up and move to Boston in a jiffy.

    Regards, Joerg
     
  4. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    Particularly Boston ;-)

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  5. Joerg

    Joerg Guest

    Hello Jim,
    Because it's in Taxachusetts? Did you already dislike it when at MIT? I
    am certainly not someone who likes urban living but I enjoyed the town
    where I went to school (I still chose to live in the hinterlands there).

    Regards, Joerg
     
  6. Tim Williams

    Tim Williams Guest

    Too close to Win. And Taxachusetts, and gay marriage, and John Kerry, and
    so on ...

    Which reminds me, I'm suprised he's so close to California. Wyoming seems
    like a more comfortable place away from the "evils" of the world. ;-)

    Tim
     
  7. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    I attended MIT from September 1958 through June 1962.

    At the time Taxachusetts was in deep-shit... economy in the hole,
    populous hateful and, it seemed, blaming those "rich" students.

    But I still enjoyed all the ethnic restaurants.

    It's MUCH better today, but it's still truly a piss-poor place to
    live... taxes out-of-sight, cold miserable climate, high density
    population... double ugh ;-)

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  8. John Larkin

    John Larkin Guest

    What's the salary range these days?

    John
     
  9. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    High, higher, and highest ?:)

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  10. Joerg

    Joerg Guest

    Hello Tim,

    I live in California. Wyoming would be nice but my wife isn't so fond of
    icy winters anymore. Maybe some day we'll move to a more business
    friendly state. Taxes are one thing, but a biz-friendly gvt with a rock
    solid majority and the least amount of regulations are more important.
    And it has to be tropical, basically no winters :)

    Regards, Joerg
     
  11. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    In the coming ice age AZ will have a moderate climate ;-)

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  12. John Larkin

    John Larkin Guest


    But there's lobster stew, clam rolls, Dunkin Donuts, and Boston Cream
    Pie!

    John
     
  13. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    And Legal Seafood at Kendall Square ;-)

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  14. Guest

    Pity about the people. Not that the human race is likely to survive
    global warming for long enough to be around for the next ice age
    whenever it does arrive.

    Come to think of it, we'll probably have wipe AZ off the map to get rid
    of the last incorrigible band of CO2 emitters before they drive global
    warming over the edge.

    Australia would appear to be equally comitted to CO2 emission at the
    moment, but when push comes to shove, someone with even deeper pockets
    than the oil lobby will bribe Australia's politicians back onto the
    paths of virtue - it isn't s if they are expensive.
     
  15. Guest

    Thanks to all for the comments. A few items of note:

    This is definately not a contract or temp position. We are looking for
    key players who will be forming a new team to create very high end
    consumer products. The company is profitable, stable, growing, and
    considered an excellent employer.

    Salary these days for any good job is not fixed at "X". Sure, there are
    paramaters that hiring managers deal with, but the salaries at this
    client are quite competitive relative to other parts of the country and
    even local competitors. I'm happy to speak with anyone about this, but
    not go further in a post that will live in cyberspace forever.

    There's not much I can do about the Boston weather, so if someone
    really likes the climate in Arizona, Wyoming or Florida - this won't be
    a good fit.

    However, the quality of living in MA, and specifically in the area
    where this job is located is really quite high. One can easily live in
    one of the Western suburbs where the housing is more reasonably priced
    and have a very short commute.

    For the person who wants to go on for advanced coursework or other
    educational opportunities, this opportunity can't be beat--- MIT,
    Harvard, and dozens of other great academic centers of excellence are
    here... and my client has incentive programs to pay for continuing
    education.

    We have the Patriots, Red Sox, Bruins; Major league culture: Museums,
    Concerts, Theater (at NY quality with affordable prices!); access to
    skiing in VT or NH, the coast of NH or Maine... and more.

    I've lived in this area for about 15 years and have, in that period,
    seen a dramatic improvement in the quality of life. The big dig is
    nearly done, and getting places is much easier and quicker than ever.

    What we are looking for are:

    -- people with a really solid grasp of engineering concepts and
    principles
    -- people with a very strong educational background, coupled with
    experience in the design of new consumer products...
    -- people in search of a career, not just work for the moment.

    Again, I'm happy to speak with, or network with anyone, and
    appreciative for any leads.

    Arnie

     
  16. Joerg

    Joerg Guest

    Hello Bill,
    What global warming? Winters are getting colder and longer year over
    year here in northern California and Europe currently seems to be
    suffocating under so far unseen amounts of ice and snow.

    Right now it seems Jim's prediction of an ice age is more likely to come
    to pass :)

    Regards, Joerg
     
  17. Joerg

    Joerg Guest

    Hello John,
    However, you can only enjoy those treats if your are lucky enough to
    find a place to 'pahk the cah'.

    Regards, Joerg
     
  18. But don't you know that's what happens with Global Warming? It gets
    *colder*! ;-)
     
  19. John Larkin

    John Larkin Guest

    Nah, everything in Mass is drive-through.

    John
     
  20. John Larkin

    John Larkin Guest


    It's freezing in Africa!

    http://www.int.iol.co.za/general/news/newsprint.php?art_id=qw1140990843347B242&sf=


    John
     
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