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Kirt Blattenberger
 Post subject: RF Engineers & Technicians, Software Engineers by Vadum
Posted: Thu Aug 23, 2007 1:24 pm 
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Vadum is a successful, privately held, high-technology company focusing on research and development in the defense and security industry. Vadum leverages an extensive background in complex electronics systems design to develop innovative solutions for challenging, high-stakes issues related to electronic warfare and physical security. Vadum's world-class staff has a broad background in RF, microwave, digital and mixed-signal system design that enables rapid development of prototype and pre-production units that exceed customer expectations.


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 Post subject: Vadum Announced an RF Systems Application Engineer Opening
Posted: Tue Nov 25, 2008 10:45 am 
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Vadum just announced that an new position is now availabe for an RF Systems Application Engineer. Here is a brief description. Please visit the Vadum Job Page for more details.

Seeking a highly motivated Applications Engineer with a strong background in RF technology to fill a key customer interface role. The individual must possess working knowledge of digital and analog communications and wireless telephony infrastructure. Excellent interpersonal communication skills and U.S. Citizenship required. This position will also involve supporting bid and proposal activities in pursuit of new business opportunities.

Responsibilities include:
* Aiding customers in the use and understanding of Vadum products.
* Documenting and recommending new product / revenue opportunities.
* Providing field support to Vadum customers, extensive domestic US travel may be required.
* Read, evaluate and write comprehensive test reports
* Preparing and conduct test efforts for RF and microwave circuits, antennas and subsystems
* Coordinating all aspects of the project to meet technical, schedule, and cost goals.

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Posted  11/12/2012
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