Wednesday, March 31, 2004

I was communicating with Karina Miller yesterday who is the staffing manager at Impinj. She sent me a number of openings which you can find at the bottom of this post.

Yesterday was the busiest day for Semiconductor Jobs since we started. We had over 4000 people come to the site. The Alexa ranking shows tremendous traffic growth and this validates my original plan.

The original plan is simple. Identify candidates in the Semiconductor Industry who have the skills to work for our feature clients and then build and maintain an ongoing relationship with them. The longterm payoff for our clients and candidates is huge.

Our Newsletter goes out to many Engineers and Marketing/Sales professional in the Semiconductor Industry. The result of this is there are thousands of people visiting the websites of our clients. This is very important. It creates awareness and ultimately builds true familiarity with a potential place of employment. It is more important that having thousands of candidate applications. I have always said the one thing worse than 50 resumes on your desk is 250 resumes on your desk.

Impinj Openings

RFID Products:

Operations Manager, Newport Beach, CA (REVISED JOB DESCRIPTION; focus on test)

Applications Engineer, Seattle, WA or Newport Beach, CA (NEW)

Product Line Manager, Seattle, WA (NEW)

Sales Manager or Director, Seattle, WA or Newport Beach, CA (NEW)

Sr. Analog Design Engineer, Newport Beach, CA or Seattle, WA

IP Products:

Director of Marketing and Business Development, Seattle, WA

Nonvolatile Memory Design Manager, Seattle, WA (NEW)

Nonvolatile Memory Design Engineer, Seattle, WA

Sr. Analog Design Engineer, Seattle, WA

Technology Development:

Device Engineer (NEW)

Also, there are a few articles about Impinj's RFID chip at: Press Release 1 and information about upcoming events They will be participating in at


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