ASIC Design jobs in Santa Cruz, CA

ASIC Design jobs in Santa Cruz, CA

Post by Raja & Conceicao Gosu » Sun, 25 Aug 1996 04:00:00


As many of you might know Santa Cruz California is
a prime surfing/bodysurfing/windsurfing area.
It is located between Monterrey and San Fransisco.

We have several ASIC design openings here at Seagate Technology
,the world's leader in disc drive technology.

I live in Santa Cruz and get to go surfing after work, before work
and on the weekends. (Not everyday of course, once in a while).

The openings we have are from entry level all the way to Principal
Engineer and our salaries are very competitive. We like to see
strong VHDL, synthesis, UNIX and ASIC design skills.

If you are interested in working for a strong company in
an excellent area as far as lifestyle goes, please send me your
resume at

Raja Gosula
Director of ASIC Design - Formatter Group
+---------------------------------------+------------------------------------+
| Maria da CONCEICAO Ferreira Soares    | Venkata RAJAsekhara Reddy Gosula   |
| 215 32nd Avenue                       | Director - ASIC Design - Formatter |
| Santa Cruz, CA 95062-5457             | Seagate Technology                 |
| (408) 464-3835                        | 4585 Scotts Valley Drive, Bldg 15  |
| Fax: (408) 464-3835                   | P.O. Box 66360                     |

| http://www.got.net/~rgosula           | (408) 439-7155/Fax:(408)438-4846   |

 
 
 

ASIC Design jobs in Santa Cruz, CA

Post by munda » Wed, 28 Aug 1996 04:00:00

Somebody actually looking for a surfer to work for them?
I think I can say I've seen everything now...   :-)
chris
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                               ---No hay pedo!---

 
 
 

ASIC Design jobs in Santa Cruz, CA

Post by Reality is a point of vi » Tue, 03 Sep 1996 04:00:00


 | Somebody actually looking for a surfer to work for them?
 | I think I can say I've seen everything now...   :-)
 +----

http://www.surfsoft.com

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