Embedded Systems December 2000 Vol13_13

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If you're looking for a company that stands aport from the rest of the aerospace world, toke a close look at Boll Aerospace & Technologies Corp. At Boll, software engineers truly can make a difference. Our company is growing at a rapid pace, but we still have a close-knit working environment that allows people to be heard and recognized for their contributions. You will have the opportunity to design and develop operational systems and you' ll have the chance to work on all phases of projects, from beginning to end. Plus, the work at Boll involves some of the most fascinating projects you' ll find anywhere. Our recent projects include imagers and spectrographs for the Hubble Space Telescope, radar antennas for the Space Shuttle's earth-mopping missions and AIRLINK SATCOM systems. When you live and work in Colorado, you will experience a Rocky Mountain lifestyle. All right in the middle of one of the most dynamic technological communities around. Please log on to for additional information on the job openings below or to search for other opportunities at Boll Aerospace. Software Design Engineer (Job #00(463) Software Systems Engineer (Job #()C).471) Embedded Software Design Engineer (Job #0<>-078) Boll Aerospace & Technologies Corp. offers a competitive salary and on outstanding ben- efits package and may require U.S. citizenship for positions requiring security clearances. Positions available for all levels of experience. You may send your resume, identifying the appropriate job number and salary history to (no attach- ments) or by visiting our website at Please make your resume "scannable" by keeping it clean and simple with clear, readable fonts. Resumes can also be sent to: BATC Human Resources, Dept. GA00-081 , P.O. Box 1062, Boulder, CO 80306. EOE M/ F/ D/ V _~ Ball Aerospace _ & Technologies Corp. Embedded Systems Programming 179

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