A New Job Is One Click Away at I-Connect007 Career Opportunities


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If you’re interested in finding a new job in this industry, you’re in luck. There are quite a few positions available right now, and many of them are listed right here in the I-Connect007 Career Opportunities section at jobconnect007.com.

In the pages of I-Connect007’s monthly magazines and newsletters, you’ll find job openings for positions that span the entire circuit board supply chain. Here’s a quick sample of available positions: chief technology officer, director of business development, senior process engineer, image department operator, development chemist, SMT field technician, and sales reps for territories that span the U.S.

Once you find a position that’s a perfect fit, you can submit your resume directly to the hiring manager simply by clicking on the ad. It couldn’t be any easier to get your name in front of the companies that are ready to hire right now.

Whenever you need information about any aspect of PCB design, fabrication, or assembly, make I-Connect007 publications your first stop. Subscribe to our magazines and newsletters today by clicking here.

 

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