Wanted CATIA Designers

Discussion in 'CATIA' started by viv, May 11, 2007.

  1. viv

    viv Guest

    We are looking for engineers with a minimum of 2 years solid experience
    in CATIA V5 and a minimum of 3 years domain experience in
    Automotive/plastic component design.

    We can offer you a minimum of 1 year contract at local industry rates
    (which starts from around $30 per hour + other benefits, 40 hours a week).

    You should have proven experience in the industry and experience in the
    following work benches:

    1 Part Design
    2 Generative Shape Design
    3 Assembly Design
    4 Drafting Work Bench.

    CONTACT: .
     
    viv, May 11, 2007
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  2. viv

    TOP Guest

    This is Motorola folks.
     
    TOP, May 11, 2007
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  3. viv

    TOP Guest

    It may not be in the US. If it is India/Asia that rate is a king's
    ransom.

    TOP
     
    TOP, May 12, 2007
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  4. viv

    Cliff Guest

    Kind of depends on what "local" means, eh?
    That was reasonable entry-level pay 20 years ago in some places
    IIRC.
     
    Cliff, May 12, 2007
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  5. viv

    Cliff Guest

    What?
    Nothing was quoted.
     
    Cliff, May 12, 2007
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  6. viv

    TOP Guest

    No, no ettiquette rules broken. I think you ran into a candidate for
    entry into a news reader kill-list.

    TOP
     
    TOP, May 13, 2007
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  7. viv

    Cliff Guest

    Without quoting something we would have to trace
    thru the headers to know what you are responding to.

    TOP is using Google whch can show such in trees
    so he probably does not know ...

    Even for any of the rest of us that download from real
    newssevers we would have to have saved the prior posts
    (which I rarely do) & even then it might well depend on
    our specific software.

    So .. no quotes .. what was it about?
    Hence we usually quote what we are responding to. Not
    the whole thing (I hope), only enough.

    HTH
     
    Cliff, May 13, 2007
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