RCA Ad: What means most to an Engineer? (Nov, 1953)
What means most to an Engineer?
A Career at RCA offers all Four!
RCA offers opportunities nowâ€”real career opportunitiesâ€”for qualified Electronic, Computer, Electrical, Mechanical and Communications Engineers … Physicists … Metallurgists . . . Physical Chemists . . . Ceramists … Glass Technologists.
Positions are open in research, development, design and application. Long range work in many fields is being carried on both for commercial developments and military projects for war and peace.
At RCA you’ll work in an exciting professional atmosphere, with technical and laboratory facilities unsurpassed anywhere in the radio-electronic industry. You are in close and constant association with leading scientists and engineers. Individual accomplishment is not only recognized, it is sought out. Delightful suburban living is easily available for your family. And there’s ample opportunity for income and position advancement.
Plus, Company-paid hospitalization for you and your family . . . accident and life insurance … progressive retirement plan . . . fine recreational program . . . modern tuition-refund plan at recognized universities for advanced study.
Join the team at RCA, world leader in electronic development, first in radio, first in recorded music, first in television. Rest easy in the knowledge that your future is secure, the rewards many and varied.
Positions Open In: RESEARCHâ€”DEVELOPMENT-DESIGN-APPLICATION in any of the following fields:
RADARâ€”Circuitryâ€”Antenna Designâ€”Servo Systemsâ€” Information Display Systemsâ€” Gear Trainsâ€”Stable Elementsâ€”Intricate Mechanisms
COMPUTERS â€”Digital and Analogâ€”Systems Planning â€” Storage Technique â€” Circuitry â€” Servo Mechanismsâ€”Assembly Designâ€”High Speed Intricate Mechanisms
COMMUNICATIONS â€” Microwave â€” Aviation â€” Mobileâ€”Specialized Military Systems
MISSILE GUIDANCE Systems Planning and Design â€”Radar and Fire Controlâ€”Servo Mechanisms â€”Vibration and Shock Problems
NAVIGATIONAL AIDS â€” Loran â€”Shoran â€” Altimetersâ€”Airborne Radar
TELEVISION DEVELOPMENT â€”Receiversâ€”Transmitters and Studio Equipment
COMPONENT PARTSâ€”Transformerâ€”Coilâ€”Relay â€”Capacitorâ€”Switchâ€”Motorâ€”Resistor
ELECTRONIC TUBE DEVELOPMENTâ€”Receiving-Transmittingâ€”Cathode-Rayâ€”Phototubes and Magnetrons
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT FIELD ENGINEERS â€” Specialists for domestic and overseas assignment on military electronic communications and detection gear.
Personal interviews arranged in your city.
Please send a complete resume of your education and experience to:
MR. ROBERT E. McQUISTON, Manager
Specialized Employment Division, Dept. 201K
Radio Corporation of America
30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York 20, N.Y.
RADIO CORPORATION of AMERICA