RE: [SI-LIST] : Opportunities at Dell - looking for input

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From: George_Tang@Dell.com
Date: Wed Sep 27 2000 - 14:55:01 PDT


Fran,

This also depends on the people in the group. If the people in the group
are
very knowledgeable of the field, they would prefer the approach of "give me
the
requirements and let me do my work." And if there is good interaction
within the
group, difficult problems can be resolved through discussion and experiments
within
the group. In that case, the manager would not need to be the expert in the
field.
But if the group is new to the field, it helps to have a technical expert
for the lead.

George

-----Original Message-----
From: Frances_Hart@Dell.com [mailto:Frances_Hart@Dell.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 26, 2000 5:03 PM
To: si-list@silab.eng.sun.com
Subject: [SI-LIST] : Opportunities at Dell - looking for input

Please read, as I would appreciate any help or input that you might be able
to provide.

I am in need of a leader for the simulation team supporting desktop and
portable development for Dell, here in Austin, TX. The question I have for
the SI community is: In the world of trade-offs would you prefer a
manager/leader with management experience or one with direct simulation
experience (but little or no management experience)?

I'd love your feedback. Also, if you are interested, or know of someone who
might be interested in this position, please forward resumes to me -
frances_hart@dell.com.

Here is the job description which is posted on Dell's web page.

"The responsibilities include managing the resources which provide
simulation support for the design and layout of Dell's desktop and portable
platforms. Duties include managing all activities necessary to take a
design from concept to production-ready prototype, analyzing the
architecture definition, schematic design and resolving conflicting layout
requirements, working with Development Engineering, ECAD and Electrical
Analysis teams and management. Additional duties include working with
extended team members and suppliers to identify and resolve issues.
Individual should have strong analytical and problem solving skills and be
comfortable dealing with ambiguity. Familiarity with simulation processes
and tools, as well as basic transmission line and electromagnetic field
theory, is a requirement for this position. 5-10 years experience
preferred."

Thanks,
Fran Hart
Sr. Manager, Signal Integrity

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