If you can imagine a world where everything is connected to everything else in real-time we'd like to talk to you!
Real-time embedded systems are an exploding market, and NetAcquire Corporation offers the opportunity to build state-of-the-art software and hardware systems for diverse applications ranging from satellite communications to distributed sensor nets.
At NetAcquire Corporation, we're passionate about technology, we're entrepreneurial, profitable, growing rapidly, and a great place to work. This page describes our open positions, work environment, and employee benefits. It also has some links that provide information on the Seattle/Kirkland area.
If you'd like to apply, send your resume and an e-mail message describing your interests and the desired position to email@example.com, or send it by fax or mail (please note: at this time, we are only accepting resumes from the Washington State area) . Principals only, please (we don't accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters). Please, no telephone calls.
NetAcquire Corporation is located in Kirkland, Washington.
We're technology-oriented, and constantly push to keep our products and our customers at the leading edge of our industry. It's an exciting environment, but it also requires employees that are committed to never-ending learning and to flexible job assignments.
We're entrepreneurial. There isn't a lot of bureaucracy here we give employees the resources to do their job and then get out of the way. Being entrepreneurial also means that employees share in the company's success, and we have crafted a corporate compensation plan that reflects this. Finally, being entrepreneurial means that we work hard, and that every employee is expected to take personal responsibility for satisfying our customers.
We are quality-driven. Our systems target mission-critical environments, and we expect a high degree of quality and reliability from our engineering and manufacturing departments.
NetAcquire Corporation has exceptional employee benefits:
We make a long-term commitment to our employees and encourage frank feedback on whether we're meeting that commitment. (Note: The above is only a brief summary of our benefit plan.)
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