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Hi Everyone,

 

Erdos Miller is looking to expand our consulting and integration business based around NI products. We are a team of ~35 engineers headquarted in Houston with a few remote workers around the world. We provide contract engineering services, consulting, training, and we also develop our own products for the Oil and Gas industry. To expand our consulting and integration business we're looking for two types of people:

 

1) Technical People with an Entreprenurial Mindset - We're looking for someone technical, ideally with LabVIEW experience, who's looking to take on something new. Ideally you will go out into the world to find excellent projects to work on and clients to work with. We would see this position as a mixed technical and sales and marketing position. You would handle customer relations, conceptual designs, proposal and contract development and oversee, even sometimes aid the team in the development of projects. This position would be the perfect mix of systems engineer and sales, a sort of intraprenuership if you will.

 

2) LabVIEW Gurus - CLD/CLA Level - You're passionate about LabVIEW, have at-least 3-5 years of experience, and have some really cool automation experience you can show off. You'll join our team of LabVIEW developers headquarted in Houston and complete challenging, exciting consulting projects. Ideally you have a degree in some sort of engineering and have some technical proficiency outside of LabVIEW.

 

Ideally you live in Houston, Austin, or Dallas and can work in the United States.

 

We have excellent benefits, a start-up feel, a passionate team and a flexible work life.

 

We're at NI week this week so if you can grab us while we're here, that would be great! If not here's how you can contact us:

 

- A private message on this forum.

- On Twitter: #erdosmiller

- By phone: 713-562-4315

- By email: ken AT erdosmiller DOT com

 

You can find us on the web at www.erdosmiller.com.

 

Ken Miller

Cofounder, CLD

Erdos Miller

 

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