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  1. Genome

    Genome Guest

    Having seen details of vacancy 11142-55746 (Power Supply Design Engineer)
    advertised by Jobsite, I would NOT like to apply for the position.

    Let's just review your wishlist/bullshitlist....

    "Exciting opportunity to join this leader in the electronics market to
    generate innovative, cost effective and reliable PSU solutions to meet
    product and customer specifications within agreed time scales.
    Accountabilities: Work closely with project teams to provide appropriate
    Power Supply solutions. Generate PSU specifications and hardware
    documentation for proposed designs in line with the Development Process.
    Produce PSU designs that ensure that the Annual Failure Rate of the overall
    product is as low as possible commensurate with acceptable cost and
    performance. Ensure the hardware is fully tested, debugged & qualified prior
    to the product sign off. Undertake schematic generation, circuit analysis,
    validation of hardware and PSU designs utilising the Company specified
    hardware design tools. Produce breakdowns and task estimates for new
    projects to ensure the project plan is both realistic and achievable.
    Participate in and contribute to design and project reviews. Provide
    maintenance support for existing designs ensuring prompt rectification of
    Qualifications, Skills & Experience:
    HND/Degree/Equivalent in Engineering or related subject. Analogue Hardware
    design & development experience, some with direct involvement in Switch-Mode
    Power Supply design.
    In-depth knowledge of Hardware design & analysis tools and layout techniques
    for Analogue and high-speed circuits."

    And your admission.

    "We act as a Recruitment Agency."

    Brian Blessed would not be impressed.

    You haven't managed to reach the level of pretending.



  3. Genome

    Genome Guest

    I should be sure there is some hidden meaning in that one...... or I might
    think you have been a lazy arse by not trying to find a better one..... but
    I'll trust you and try to work it out.

    In the mean time

    "Hi Keith,

    Thanks for your application to vacancy 11142-55746 on Jobsite

    You'll be pleased to know that your application is now available to John
    Prodger Recruitment Ltd."


  4. On Thu, 11 Jan 2007 22:11:27 GMT, in "Genome"

    I did try hardish to find a suitable dilbertian episodette, but my
    mousefinger has angina backclickier

    I've had similar non luck with
    <-C -C# -C++ -cobol> in the search engine hides the bimbos

    back to my +bondage + ripe_bananas etc. search.

    But another nice sunset here, and how do those Spanish girls get into
    the jeans....

  5. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    Genome wrote
    I vaguely recall the fellow.

  6. Genome

    Genome Guest

    I think I got it....

    Dilbert just got his (d)illusions destroyed but still doesn't realise how
    complex the situation is....... Damn, needs to be.

    As to the Spanish girls.... you might consider yourself to be a cool dude
    but you suffer from being an ugly old fart. Unless I have mistaken you for
    the Ayleward.

    There is nothing to prove. Find yourself a nice chunky old one and teach her
    how to make paella. Once she has sorted you out you can sell the program to
    'the syndicate'.

    I'll warn you now.... they want sex more times per second than you have
    graduations on your signal generator.

  7. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

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    Rich Grise Guest



  10. Genome

    Genome Guest

    Unfortunately there is no substitute for a full on Martin Griffith.

    I suppose you'll have to get fit and eat your veggies.

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