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Post subject: SecureRF is building an engineering team - Join us! Posted: Wed Jan 30, 2008 12:15 pm

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SecureRF Corporation develops solutions that combine Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), security and cryptography. As we bring our secure RFID products to market and develop new security and sensor solutions, we are looking for talented engineers to join our experienced team.

SecureRF is headquartered in Westport, Connecticut and will be expanding our engineering team in either the southern San Francisco Bay area or in the Boston area.

Summary:

SecureRF is seeking senior engineers for a variety of positions.

- RF Systems Engineer

- Senior Digital Engineer

- Senior Firmware Engineer

- Senior RF and Analog Engineer

These are not entry-level positions, and require an electrical engineering degree (or similar) and at least three-five years of hands on experience related to circuit design, radio frequency or related topics.

For more details about the responsibilities and requirements for these positions, please visit http://www.securerf.com/employment.shtml.

Apply:

If you are interested in applying to SecureRF, please email your resume and cover letter to our Human Resources department at Jobs @ SecureRF.com (remove the spaces) and put the job title(s) in the subject line.

You may also mail it to:

Human Resources

SecureRF Corporation

175 Post Road West

Westport, Connecticut 06880

You must be authorized to work in the United States.

No phone calls or recruiters please.

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Posted  11/12/2012

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