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Topic # 4332 1-Jul-2005 15:52

Device Development Engineer

Make your mark in the exciting field of mobile device technology!

Telecom's Device Integration and Development team is at the forefront of new wireless handset and data device technology and requires a Device Engineer to develop quality CDMA devices that are ready for market.

www.telecom.co.nz/careersattelecom

job code ENG02015

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Reply # 16232 1-Jul-2005 17:27
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The grass is not always greener.......

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Reply # 16233 1-Jul-2005 17:34
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Disenchanted that is so negative and you should be ashamed!! I agree with Bunty, what an awesome opportunity. Perfect job for a geek. The problem in NZ is there are not enough engineers. Too many lawyers and BA's. Technology is where it is at!

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 16237 1-Jul-2005 18:29
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It would likely be a cool job, yes, but working for a large corporate is no picnic either :-)

"The grass is not always greener (on the other side of the fence)" is a valid warning to anyone to be sure that something really attractive is actually as it seems (which it may well be).

I would never be ashamed of telling someone to carefully examine the steps they take to secure their future and enjoy their lifestyle... would you?



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  Reply # 16326 6-Jul-2005 08:41

Disenchanted - you always have so much to say about the quality of Telecoms handsets. Surely this would be an ideal opportunity for you to put up and use your knowledge and experience for the good of all of us.

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Reply # 16327 6-Jul-2005 09:28
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I already do, in different way.

I think Telecom have got a great proposition for customers, and I know lots of employees of Telecom, and 99.999% are happy in their role (probably a higher rate than other companies I know of).

But corporate life just isnt for me at the moment. :-)

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  Reply # 16328 6-Jul-2005 09:34
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Although I did apply for a role about 18 months ago with Telecom.
It was "Mobile Specialist / Technology Manager" and dealing exclusivly with M.E. customers.

The guy who got it was vastly more qualified than I am.

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  Reply # 16613 15-Jul-2005 01:34
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I would accept this role in a blink, Not only would I work In the best role ever, I would be giving something back to the community in the way of phones that WORK in a similar way.. It's the perfect job, Telecom are an excellent employer, can't say the same for the others.

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Reply # 16716 18-Jul-2005 09:03
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Oh Boy!!

If I wasn't to old and dumb and under qualified and and and..................

I love technology and would love to have tested the 6255, and if other phones are of the same standard improve them aswell.

hehe!!!!

Job application!

Just send in the 6255 thread they'll either love me or HATE me lol lol ???????????

I'll just have to leave it to you young bucks (guys or girls) and remain "DEVILS ADVOCATE" !!!!!!!!!

BEWARE there is a Reckless out there..........................................

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