[GLLUG] TNS Job ID: LANENG01MF-08
Mike.Flaga at tnsi.com
Thu Jul 10 16:17:28 EDT 2008
I would like to inform you of our below job opening. Our office is on
south campus by the horse barns and would like to invite any qualified
persons to apply for the opening. Please feel free to forward this job
opening on to such persons or groups who would be interested.
TNS Job ID: LANENG01MF-08: Systems Engineer
Strong company (www.tnsi.com) has a full benefits opening for team
position supporting the development of new and existing products.
Looking for applicant with experience in testing, integration and
evaluation of PC and networking equipment. Initially this may appear as
an Information Systems job, however it is really development of and
deploying new embedded products that we have developed, along with
in-depth problem solving of existing products across a wide range of
telecommunication equipment, ranging from modems to the Internet and
cell phones. WE get into the ones and zeros, their spectrograms and much
more. We are looking for a person with an education in engineering,
which can intuitively learn, retain and build upon the experiences they
will be exposed to.
2-5 year experience in Linux, Win2000/XP, PC HW and SW configuration,
scripting languages and IP networking. Additional experience with
software development or Cisco routers a definite plus. Must have
excellent problematic debugging skills and strong written and verbal
Michael P. Flaga, Director of Systems
Transaction Network Services, Inc.
3101 Technology Blvd., Ste. C.
Lansing, MI 48910-8356
mflaga at tnsi.com
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