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Embedded Systems September 2000 Vol13_10

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EDS is growing. Are you? If you're stagnating in your present job, recent account wins have created huge new opportunities at EDS without cutting into your family life. More than 100,000 professionals are enjoying the benefits of an EDS career. We offer excellent training, competitive salaries, and above all, room to grow. We provide cutting-edge systems and insights to top dienrs worldwide. if you're looking for a dynamic environment with all the opportunities you can handle, send us your resume roday. Senior Embedded Systems Software Engineers • Embedded programming for microcontrollers using C and Assembly language including interrupt handlers and use of real-time executives • Algorithm developmenr, device drivers, Project Management, Formal Configuration Management, Bend1 development skill , J 1850 and CAN Embedded Systems Software Engineers Cor Assembler programming, Microproces or Ard1itecture and lnrerfacing ex- perience, real-time microprocessor program developmem, Sofrware Development Lifecyde, Requiremenrs Analysis, Software Design, Coding, Unit and Integration Testing, Bendl Development skills. Windows CE Software Engineers • 1-2 years Windows development experience using MS Visual C++ • Experience in Windows CE preferred, but will provide training if nece ary Engineering Associates • 4-year degree in Electrical Engineering or Com purer Engineering or equivalent work experience required Positions available in North America. Please mail, fax or email your resume, indicati ng position of interest, ro: EDS Recruiting, Dept. 72-9722, A.trn: Deborah Polvi, 700 Tower Drive, 5th Floor, Troy, MI 48098; Fax: (520) 833-9309; Email: deborah.polvi@eds.com. EDS is:. registered mark :tnd the EDS logo is :t trademark ofEk'l.-rronic O:ua Systems Corpor.uion. E.OS is 31\l.'qU:ll opportunity employer and values the div1.·uity ufirs prople. Copyrigtu C2000 Elcctnmir.:. O:ua Sy.srems Corpor.uiou, All righu reserved.

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