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Thursday, 23 October 2014

Most Employees Don't Use Video Interviewing Software

I just read an interesting article about the small amount of employees that use all the communications tools their IT department makes available to them. For instance, almost no employees use video interviewing and conferencing software that they have access to according to this article.

The article goes on to say that 3/4 of employees never get asked or consulted with about what tools they actually need. 71% of employees only use half of the tools made available to them.

Read the article here.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Find Communications Jobs at Semiconductor Companies

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Where Are Engineers in Demand

Wanted Analytics is a great technology that analyzes hiring trends.

Monday, 20 October 2014

5 Quick Telephone Interview Tips

When doing a telephone interview with a potential employer, it is important you communicate certain things very clearly.

1, Do not talk on a cell phone. Use a good old fashion  phone that is plugged into the wall. Maybe this sounds old school but you want to be heard clearly.

2. Ask good questions. Ask the kinds of questions that only someone who does what you do could conceive of. They should not be questions that deal with salary, vacation, lunch breaks etc. People who ask questions are interested. The hiring manager will remember this.

3. Make sure you communicate your interest in this position throughout the telephone interview. If the hiring manager says something you find interesting, let them know it. Some people like to keep their interest close to their chest. It's a mistake.

4. If asked about salary, let the hiring manager know your interest in a new opportunity is related to  new challenge and learning new things. Communicate to the hiring manager in a very clear way that if I am right for you and you are right for me, we will come up with a number that suits us both.

5. At the end of the phone interview, make sure you thank them for their time and let them know you look forward to next steps and this is a position I am very much interested in.

Friday, 17 October 2014

Technical Account Manager - Communications Chips

I am looking for a Technical Account Manager in Santa Clara. The right candidate has 5-8 years of experience selling in Santa Clara. You will need to fully understand semiconductor communications chips and products and know what it is like to sell in Silicon Valley. An electrical engineering degree is a must.

Please contact me for more information

Thursday, 16 October 2014

RFIC Design Engineering Positions for Wireless

I am looking for a number of RFIC for a wireless communications semiconductor company. 4-7 years of design is required. PHD preferred. MSEE a must. The position can be located in California or Texas.

Please contact me if you are interested. My email is

Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Jobs in Communications

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