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Post subject: Senior RF Product Designer

Unread postPosted: Mon Aug 23, 2004 3:56 pm

Seimac Limited, a member of the Chelton Group of Companies, is a rapidly growing designer and manufacturer of specialized radio products for severe environments. The company, whose head office is located in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia has been in business for over 20 years and sells to global markets. Our products are typically deployed in remote locations and must be rugged, robust and reliable. Our customers are a blend of military, aviation, scientific and law enforcement users, mostly in the U.S. and Western Europe.

Senior RF Product Designer

We are currently seeking a Senior RF Product Designer who will be responsible for the design of new radio products.

The ideal candidate will possess:


·Engineering Degree with 10+ years of experience in the RF industry.
·Recent direct, hands on experience with PC board - level design of transmitters, receivers, and antenna systems at frequencies ranging from VHF to S band.
·Thorough understanding of RF design simulation tools, preferably Eagleware.

·Extensive experience with RF lab test equipment including spectrum analyzers and network analyzers.
·Significant experience using RF system design tools such as Systemview or equivalent.
·Recent direct hands-on experience with DSP implementations of RF designs.
·Experience working in a commercial RF product design environment in support of medium volume manufacturing.
·A deadline oriented work ethic and the ability to manage projects involving 5 or more other designers.

·Knowledge of radio certification compliance testing.
·Excellent English language written and verbal communication skills and be willing and able to lead by example.
·The ability to provide specific examples of RF products that they have designed that have successfully transitioned to market.

The Senior RF Product Designer reports directly to the Engineering Operations Manager who in turn reports to the President. Applicants must be prepared to work autonomously or on a team, defining and meeting long-term project goals without extensive supervision. They must also enjoy mentoring younger engineers and working on a number of diverse projects simultaneously.

Interested applicants are encouraged to forward their resume and cover letter, in confidence, to:

Seimac Limited

Ref #: 2004-06 Senior RF Product Designer

271 Brownlow Avenue, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B3B 1W6

Email: hrmail@seimac.com Fax: 902.468.3009 Web: www.seimac.com

Posted  11/12/2012

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