EMBEDDED SOFTWARE ENGINEERS/ EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES/ IN

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    THOMAS GUGGER

    INDEPENDENT
    RECRUITER



    419-537-9447



    We are currently searching for several embedded software engineers who
    preferably have experience with ECM motors. This is a career position in the
    65-75K range with a solid, growing, real company (non consulting) that is
    located in the greater FT Wayne, IN area. If needed, one could come on as a
    contractor for a short period to determine if this is the right situation
    for them.



    The company offers excellent fringe benefits, as well as genuine

    opportunity for advancement. The company is said to have an excellent work
    environment. Regional candidates are preferred.



    Please read the job description below. If qualified and interested, answer
    the five questions at the bottom of the page.

    Email answers WITH a resume to: .



    You will design and implement new software to support testing/programming
    of ECM motors at production facilities. You will design and implement
    software tools (web, PC, etc.) for customers to program ECM motors.

    A background including a minimum of 5 years in full life cycle software
    development (requirements, design, code and unit test) utilizing C, VB,
    Microprocessors and assembly language is required.

    Experience in project management, software testing/validation, production
    systems and automated test equipment is a plus. Additional pluses: Six
    Sigma Green Belt Certification

    1. Citizenship status --------------

    2. embedded experience ------------yrs

    3. ECM experience.-----------yrs

    4. Assembly experience----------yrs

    5. Salary requirement ---------------K





    TOM GUGGER
    INDEPENDENT RECRUITER

    419-537-9447 OFFICE




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    TOM GUGGER
    INDEPENDENT RECRUITER

    419-537-9447 OFFICE
    419-250-8853 CELL
     
    TOM GUGGER, Jan 14, 2007
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