Where The Jobs Are: The I-Connect007 Help Wanted Pages


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If you’re looking for a career in the PCB industry—design, fabrication, or assembly—the I-Connect007 Career Opportunities section, jobconnect007.com, is the first place you should look.

In the pages of I-Connect007’s monthly magazines and newsletters, there are job openings for positions that span the entire circuit board supply chain: senior PCB designer, laser drilling and direct imaging service engineer, development chemist, SMT field technician, IPC master instructor, and sales representative, just to name a few.

Once you find a position that’s a perfect fit, you can submit your resume directly to the hiring manager simply by clicking on the ad. It couldn’t be any easier to get your name in front of the companies that are ready to hire right now.

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