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Post subject: NXP (Philips) is Looking for an RF Field Apps Engineer Posted: Thu Nov 22, 2007 10:18 pm

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Greetings:

If you have the experience necessary to perform as an RF Field Applications Engineer and are considering moving on to a new opportunity, then please check out this job just posted by NXP (click on the image below).

Just added: Entry-level IC Design Engineer, and Sr. Design Engineer

In this role you will work with members of the Sales and Field Applications Team to develop client based solutions featuring NXP products and services in RF Power Products. Interacting with customers and end users, you will provided them with technical data and support they need to make their product and/or design decisions. You will be called upon to provide demo boards and technical presentations to clients or internal teams highlighting our products and services. As part of a larger technical support team, you will work to solve problems and present customized solutions to NXP clients across North America and in other locations.

Thanks for looking.

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