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Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Google is going into Hardware! (GOOG)

I don't know if I missed something here, but this job posting from Craigslist looks interesting. Maybe they're just having thermal issues with their enterprise search servers, but considering this position is in the New Product Development group, I think they have something else in the pipeline...is a "gphone" in the works?

Google: Mechanical Thermal Engineer

Position based in Mountain View.

We're looking for a top-notch Mechanical Thermal Engineer with expertise in small to large systems. The successful Mechanical Thermal Engineer will take responsibility for most thermal design/analysis from the circuit card component to the facility level, with a major focus on feasibility and efficiency analyses for existing and next-generation systems. You will be responsible for correlation of the analytical models with actual data and apply your industrial expertise in the design and selection of thermal management hardware including heatsinks, air movers, cooling coils, chillers, and cooling towers.

All applicants must possess the following:

  • Experience with heat and mass-flow balance modeling software
  • Good facility with thermal analysis techniques
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to communicate ideas with people from diverse educational, experiential, and cultural backgrounds
  • Exceptional analytical and organizational skills, coupled with a well-focused attention to detail; ability and commitment to produce a timely and highly accurate work product
  • The desire and ability to become an integral part of our highly creative, fast moving product development team
Educational Requirements::
  • A B.S. in Engineering, Science, or Math is desired, with an M.S. preferred. Equivalent experience will be considered.
Additional consideration will be given to individuals with the following:
  • Experience with CFD code (Flotherm preferred)
  • Specific expertise in the analysis of large-scale power plants and heat extraction
  • Experience with control systems including conceptual design, programming, and operational analysis
  • Expertise with solid modeling software (Pro/Engineer preferred), drawing creation, and assembling bills of material

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