Want to work with Australia's Electronics Magazine – SILICON CHIP?

If you live, breathe and sleep electronics you could be just the person we're looking for. While formal qualifications are well regarded, don't let a lack of letters after your name put you off if you have the experience we're looking for.

The right person will certainly have skills in the following areas:

  • Analog and digital circuit design from concept to completion

  • Circuit analysis and debugging

  • PCB layout

  • PC software development and embedded programming

  • Operating electronic test equipment

  • Mechanical design

But most of all, you'll have the ability to write interesting articles (in English) describing what you've built and how SILICON CHIP readers can reproduce what you've done. You will have seen the style of SILICON CHIP articles – you're almost certainly an existing SILICON CHIP reader.

If you have skills in other areas which would help SILICON CHIP appear each month, tell us about them too: skills such as sub-editing, desktop publishing/layout, circuit drawing, photography, image processing, technical support/customer service (via telephone), project management, parts ordering and management, database administration, website design/programming and operating CNC equipment.

We don't expect you to have all these skills – but we'll help you to develop them as required.

You'll need to be highly self-motivated and able to work well by yourself as well as in a small team. Being able to work to the rigorous deadlines of a monthly magazine is vital.

Candidates will be given a six month trial with a permanent position at the successful conclusion.

If you think you have what it takes, email your resume/CV (along with contact details!) to silicon@siliconchip.com.au