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Samsung is Hiring in San Jose!!!

Discussion in 'Embedded' started by gg_samsung, Oct 4, 2005.

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    gg_samsung Guest

    Samsung Telecommunications of America
    Position: Software Engineer
    Group: Mobile Communications Lab
    Location: San Jose, CA

    Job Summary

    As a software engineer, you serve as a vital team member of a newly
    created R&D group for Samsung Telecommunications America (STA) in San
    Jose, CA. Your responsibilities will include creation of full
    lifecycle software development projects related to mobile systems and
    applications, contributing to requirements specification, S/W
    architecture and design.


    - Bachelor's degree in CS/EE/Wireless Networking
    - Superior C programming skills.
    - Familiarity with embedded real-time software development.
    - Knowledge of UNIX and Windows based environments.
    - Understanding of hardware/software design and integration.
    - Knowledge of wireless telephony services, applications, and
    associated protocols and standards.
    - Highly self-motivated; a team-player with problem-solving capability,
    good verbal and written communication. Bi-Lingual in Korean and English
    as plus!

    Job Duty/Responsibility

    - Participate in full development lifecycle ranging from specification
    requirements to implementation, testing, and product support.
    - Research and learn new technologies and algorithms related to mobile
    software systems and applications.
    - Liaison with other engineering teams, product planning, and alliance
    groups, both US and non-US based.
    - Participate in continuous software development process improvement.

    For consideration, email your resume in MS Word format to
    gg_samsung, Oct 4, 2005
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  2. On 4 Oct 2005 13:55:07 -0700, in comp.arch.embedded "gg_samsung"

    Why do HR want stuff in Multiple Sclerosis Word format?

    ISTR that "they" can read all edits that you have done to a word doc.

    PDF's anyday

    martin griffith, Oct 4, 2005
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    Richard H. Guest


    Some would argue that it's so they can do a lousy job more easily. The
    recruiter would tell you it's so they can load it into their database
    (and do keyword searches).

    I use HTML plus a PDF version of the HTML page (for easier forwarding
    and consistent print formatting), and many gripe about it not being in
    Word format for easy importing. Time to join the 21st century.
    Yes, if change tracking is activated but not displayed on-screen (a
    common error); by turning on display, they can see the edits. To
    prevent this, the latest version of Word warns you if change tracking is
    activated when you save the file.

    Richard H., Oct 5, 2005
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    larwe Guest

    Mmm, it can be embarrassing, for instance when I get stuff to proofread
    and a section begins with a deleted paragraph introducing a different
    author from the person whose name is on the enclosing document...
    larwe, Oct 5, 2005
  5. Sure helps weed out the idiots though. Who would hire an engineer that
    can't even produce a proper document?

    Not Really Me, Oct 5, 2005
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    langwadt Guest

    Here an official speech by the Primeminister was released on the web in
    word format, including the edits :)

    langwadt, Oct 5, 2005
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