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Peepers 12-15-2011 09:39 AM

Technology Job Openings in CT
 
The company I work for, QuEST (not the medical imaging place) (Diversified Engineering Services | Quest Global), is looking to hire almost 100 people (most of them in CT) by early 2012. If any of you guys and gals are interested let me know. Feel free to ask any questions if you want also.

This is what they have told us they are looking for:
We are looking for candidates that have Vocational Technology Certificates, to Associates Degrees in technology related fields, to entry level BS degrees in an engineering or related technical field, to Engineers with 4+ years of experience.

Positions available:
https://qrms.quest-global.com/QuestP...lt.aspx?Page=1.

A lot of our work comes from Pratt and Hamilton, and our office is in East Hartford.

Peepers 12-19-2011 11:08 AM

mid day bump?

kjeeper10 12-27-2011 10:27 PM

They emailed me. My cousin worked their
Ryan Maliga.

No degrees but in aerospace for 15+ years

Peepers 12-28-2011 09:04 PM

Doesn't ring a bell, I've only been there for a little over a year. If your interested let me know.

kjeeper10 12-29-2011 10:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Peepers
Doesn't ring a bell, I've only been there for a little over a year. If your interested let me know.

What exactly to you/they do?

Peepers 12-30-2011 12:24 AM

We do just about everything. We have people working in databases and spreadsheets sorting and organizing data, we have people that monitor projects at Pratt and make sure they stay on time, basically engineering support.

Personally, I help update engine cross sections, do clash analysis on the 3D engine models (make sure all the parts fit with out interference) and I'm starting a new project in January.

We also have people working in the design and modeling of parts, and things I'm probably not even aware of. Typically they hire someone to a job offer they get from pratt, so they would be looking for someone with skills for that particular project, but once you get certain training, you can be much more flexible with the projects you work on.


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