Electrical Engineer with consumer product experience questions

Hello,

Volt Workforce Solutions has an exciting direct-hire job opportunity in San Francisco, CA for an Electrical Engineer with a start-up company. What are key skills or experience to look for when searching for an Electrical Engineer with consumer product experience? Any tips would be greatly appreciated!

Best regards,

Katie Parker 

Sourcing Specialist, Engineering

Volt Workforce Solutions

3001 Lava Ridge Court, Suite 160 | Roseville, CA 95661

t: 916.923.0454 | f: 916.923.9255



asked 12/17/2014
KatieparkerVWS2
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Hi, 

Does the start up company has job for only electrical engineer of any post for chemical engineer. I want to make my career as a chemical engineer in marine industry. Let me know if you have any requirement.

I looked a website of chemical engineering and here is brief of the company and want to know your thoughts regarding this.

 

RX Marine was established in 1996 in Mumbai, India; as a chemical manufacturing company catering exclusively to the needs of the marine industry. In a short span of 12 years the company has established itself as one of the leading wholesale suppliers of a wide range of chemicals for - Marine industry internationally - and other local industires and plants. Our client list bears testimony to this. The RXSOL policy has its foundations on two pillars of strength - a continuous investment in research and development to deliver premium quality products and a commitment to service.


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