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Re: Technical Illustration Job Board

by JuanCal123 Wed Mar 18, 2015 4:08 pm

So looks like the message got around to this one recruiter and I see a job here for Illustrator with a nice pay. Just thought I would share.
I still would like to push for 40 dollars an hour especially if we do 3D models.

http://www.jobstalker.net/JobDetail.asp ... 967061b7a9

I do like the Overtime offer that this could very well be a 90k job.

I would have taken it, but sense Im taking some engineering, and technician courses I think Ill have to pass for now. I think what Im doing now will increase my knowledge and in the long run make me more valuable
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Re: Technical Illustration Job Board

by JamesProvost Mon Apr 06, 2015 9:39 pm

Freelance Technical Illustrator/Draftsman needed

We work with numerous patent attorneys to provide the illustrations of inventions that are part of patent applications. We are in need of an outside draftsman/illustrator to prepare mechanical drawings, flow charts and graphs at home on a freelance basis. Volume of work you receive will vary based on our work load. Typically, we would email you the work as a file attachment specifying when we need the work returned. If in our area, you can visit our Boston office for training purposes.

Some ideal candidate descriptions:
- Artistic
- Proficiency using any Corel drawing program (we use Corel Designer 12.0)
- Drafting/illustrating experience
- Two year technical degree or higher
- Freehand drawing ability (sketching)
- Mathematical/Scientific/Technical literacy
- Super dependable

Steady work for right individual(s)

Please Email resume, hourly rate & work samples if interested to:

David.admin@gpdcorp.com
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Re: Technical Illustration Job Board

by JuanCal123 Thu Apr 09, 2015 4:13 pm

I like that James, cool opportunity, any idea if they work with 3D models?

what I like about these type of position it gives me flexibility to use my knowledge in design or contribute in the development of the product. At the same time it depends on everyones schedule
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Re: Technical Illustration Job Board

by JamesProvost Wed May 27, 2015 12:28 pm

John H at Bar's Leaks is looking for some automotive illustrations:

We need a few technical illustrations for our products labels. We are a well known brand shooting for new technical illustrations depicting the (1) automotive cooing system, including the jacket around the pistons, (2) a flat tire, (3) an engine, and (4) a truck cooling system. Can you recommend someone that could pull this project off in a little time as a few weeks?


Get in touch with work samples (preferably of car engines) at barsleaksusa@gmail.com
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Re: Technical Illustration Job Board

by JuanCal123 Fri May 29, 2015 11:53 pm

Ive seen a great amount of Technical Illustrator job postings, must be something of a wave going on.
Im creating a Spreadsheet on Excel to see if theres some correlation of hiring every year. or some event.

here are some links Ive seen

https://www.ggshiring.com/JobDesc.asp?JobID=174

http://jobs.aha-llc.com/x/detail/a29deqh9827c/aaac

http://search.lockheedmartinjobs.com/Sh ... ator%20III

https://exar-ats.silkroad.com/epostings ... ardId=1112

I tried to get the one below because it had very good pay. Looks like they didnt want me cause they posted again
https://automationdirect.csod.com/ats/c ... aspx?id=79



So many more then this, but have fun hunting. Some of these companys will pay 75K or 80K

have fun. I might try one.
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Re: Technical Illustration Job Board

by JuanCal123 Mon Jun 01, 2015 6:47 pm

looks like I got a responce for the Automation job. I guess taking courses in Mechatronics/Robotics/ Automation
are already paying off. Im still half way through the degree. now I come across making harsh choices in life. Do I trade up to a 75K job?
that would mean moving from Sacramento to Cunning Georgia, not so much of a problem pack up and go
what does get to me is Ill have to leave the school where Im taking the Mechatronics courses, Ill be leaving a job where I get 15% off the value of stock shares. The company is undervalued which is a good thing. I stand to make 300K if the stock ever reaches 40 dollars. right now the stock is valued at $5.8 a share. The copany that I work was aquired by a bigger company who once had a value of $400 a share, but sense that company baught out so many other small companys including the one im at now the value of that big company is now $5.8. From what Ive researched I can see the company on its current path bringing those shares up to at least 30 dollars a share.

At this new job in Georgia I would use more skills and practice learning the Mechatronics studies I have done so far, its quite a cunnundrum
Im at a cross road. Im at a point in life where Im transitioning from middle income to a 6 figure income. Ive had a 6 figure job and I learned some of the things I should have studied which is what Im doing right now.

Anyone have any advice? anyone ever have a big choice in life like this?

IM thinking of going through the interview and find out how much they will offer me and what exactly does the job entail.



https://automationdirect.csod.com/ats/c ... aspx?id=79
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Re: Technical Illustration Job Board

by JamesProvost Mon Aug 10, 2015 8:22 pm

Position filled
A.O. Smith in Lebanon, TN, is looking for a CAD Illustrator.
Apply at www.aosmith.com
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Re: Technical Illustration Job Board

by JuanCal123 Fri Nov 06, 2015 10:14 am

well I finally got laid off work,
Anyone have any small jobs let me know, I could use some small work or help out anyone on any work load. Not sure if this is the subject where I can post this.

Juan
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Re: Technical Illustration Job Board

by Stevenwhoward Thu Apr 21, 2016 4:20 pm

All,
My company, Space Systems Loral (SSL), is currently seeking two positions. We are looking for a current college student for an internship as well as a full-hire (applicant must be a recent college graduate). This is a great opportunity to work within an art department for a corporation in the space industry and if you know anyone that meets the qualifications listed in the applications, forward this to them.
For information and requirements for applicants please go to https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?d=ExternalCareerSite&c=1127407
Once at the career site, type in "Graphic Design" to pull up the two job requests for the internship and full-time positions.
-Steven W. Howard
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Re: Technical Illustration Job Board

by JuanCal123 Mon Jul 04, 2016 5:08 am

Hi Howard

any chance those Graphic design position been filled?
I'm still looking for work. I applied At Tesla and didn't pass the second interview.
I'm waiting on Siemens for working on medical devices.

But if there still interviewing for SSL, I wouldn't mind applying.


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