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From: "HR-Net News Distribution Manager" <dist@hri.org>

Originally From: theo <tv@theta.gr>

THETA S.A is a privately held fabless semiconductor company located in Athens, Greece. THETA has established itself as a successful ASIC design house with proven track record and strong customer basis both in USA and Europe. THETA focuses on the development of products for wireless broadband WAN/LAN applications.

THETA has various openings for:

a.. RFIC designers with minimum 2 years experience. b.. Mixed signal and Analog IC designers with minimum 2 years experience. c.. RF system engineer with 3 years experience. Knowledge of OFDM and WCDMA systems is an asset. d.. Field Applications Engineer. Positions available both in Greece and in California. Should you think you would like to work in a fast growing and dynamic organization contact us at: contact@theta.gr.

THETA offers competitive salaries and an aggressive stock option plan.

CONTACT INFORMATION.

THETA S.A.

Nikis 44 N. Filothei 15123 Greece Phone: +3 01 6816469 Fax: +3 01 6819184 Email: contact@theta.gr


Theo Varelas Director of Engineering Theta S.A. Nikis 44 151 23 N. Philothei Greece Phone: +30 1 681 6469 Fax: +30 1 681 9184 mobile: +30 944 616910 Email: tv@theta.gr www.theta.gr


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