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YOU CAN BE AT CUTTING EDGE; Hi-tech leaders look for new recruits to join them.

IN eNgiNeeriNg, there are no short circuits to the top. That's why finding the right company to work for could add a vital spark to your career.

For more than 40 years, Analog Devices have been manufacturing highperformance integrated circuits - used in analog and digital signal processing applications.

As global leaders in the semiconductor industry, they are now looking for a host of new recruits to join their innovative team.

Based in Ireland, Analog Devices are one of the longest-standing, highest-growth companies in the technology sector. Serving more than 60,000 customers all over the world, Analog have had a manufacturing and development site in Limerick since 1976.

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Widely acknowledged as the world leaders in data conversion and signal conditioning technology, Analog offer a very competitive total salary and a relocation package for new employees.

Positions available include process, marketing, layout and system engineers, as well as equipment technicians, applications engineers, analog and digital design engineers and design evaluation engineers.

To make things even easier, the firm are holding two recruitment open days in Glasgow's Radisson Blu Hotel next week - one on Wednesday, from 6pm to 9pm, and the other on Thursday, 9.30am to 5pm.

The open days will give potential recruits the chance to find out more about the positions Analog Devices has to offer and the benefits of working for industry leaders.

Philip Corby, an equipment engineering manager with Analog Devices, explained: "Our technician roles offer extensive variety and the opportunity to work on leading edge technology.

"Technicians get to work on many different tool types and platforms in the Fab."

Some of the many benefits new employees can enjoy include a defined benefit pension plan, life assurance, private health insurance, a shift allowance and a competitive bonus structure.

Analog also offer 27 days' annual leave, membership to their sports and social club, tuition reimbursement and subsidised canteens.

Only last year, Analog announced an investment worth more than pounds 20million in their manufacturing division at the Limerick Campus.

Thanks in part to their team of highly skilled manufacturing and technological experts, the company can develop and market an average of 70 new products every year.

Business results for the second quarter of this year are also very positive, with revenue up an impressive nine per cent.

With record profit levels and strong revenue growth, the company have recently been able to give employees an outstanding bonus payout.

And with customer demand remaining strong, Analog are optimistic about what they can achieve in the future.

To learn more about what Analog Devices can offer you, visit one of their open days where you can chat about the various positions available and competitive salaries on offer.

Alternatively, you can send your CV to maria.frost@analog. com or visit www.analog.com/careers to search for vacancies.

Company have hi-tech hopes for the future

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Date:May 19, 2011
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