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Delco Radio Division of General Motors Employment Advertisement
March 6, 1964 Electronics Magazine Article

March 6, 1964 Electronics

March 6, 1964 Electronics Cover - RF Cafe[Table of Contents]

Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from Electronics, published 1930 - 1988. All copyrights hereby acknowledged.

I, along with probably most other people my age, habitually associate the brand name of Delco (Delco Electronics, technically) with General Motors (GM) electrical and electronic products such as radios, storage batteries, alternators, and spark plugs. Dayton Engineering Laboratories Co., of Dayton, Ohio, merged with GM's AC spark plug division in 1974 to become AC-Delco. I bought many sets of AC-Delco spark plugs for my cars over the years. Nowadays, GM's electronic products go by the name of ACDelco (no hyphen now). Attempting to research the full provenance of the modern-day AC-Delco is headache-inducing due to sell-offs to Delphi, Aptiv, and other entities. The best I can determine is that the contemporary ACDelco is a brand name for products that might be manufactured by many different companies. This advertisement searching for electrical and mechanical engineers from a 1964 issue of Electronics magazine appeared during Delco's glory years.

Delco Radio Division of General Motors

Delco Radio Division of General Motors Employment Advertisement, March 6, 1964 Electronics Magazine - RF CafeEE's & ME's - Find Your Opportunity in Product Design and Development From These New Openings at Delco Radio

A constant flow of new electronic products has helped Delco Radio Division, General Motors Corporation, establish a position of leadership in the electronic field. From Delco research come such exclusive developments as the unique 1964 Cadillac Comfort Control. With only one setting of the thermostat, this recent Delco development automatically maintains a constant, comfortable atmosphere within an automobile, regardless of changes in the weather outside.

As the search for new products continues at Delco, challenging opportunities prevail - in many areas - for capable engineers:

Heater, Air Conditioner, and Ventilation Control ME's

- with 3-5 years experience, for development, engineering production liaison, and re-designing of comfort control systems including vacuum valves and mechanical controls.

Subminiature Military Communications Equipment

EE or ME - for assignment to development group designing all-transistor portable transmitters and receivers, operating in 2-100 mc range. FM - AM - FSK - CW - SSB modulation.

Automotive Radio Design and Development

EE - to work with Senior Engineer on advanced development of auto radios and other entertainment devices, including FM-AM, miniaturized circuitry and components.

ME - for design of small electronic mechanisms, including FM-AM, Signal Seeking and push-button tuners, and components modules.

EE or ME - for packaging of auto radios and associated tuners, solenoids, etc. Required to make some engineering contacts with automobile manufacturers.

Digital Circuits and Systems

- includes card, module and digital systems design, and production liaison involving components and special purpose systems operating from 200 kc to 10 mc.

Project Engineer

- to direct efforts of design engineers and technicians in designing and releasing digital circuits for production. Supervisory experience highly desirable.

EEs - for design and development testing and packaging of transistorized digital switching circuits from 200 kc to 10 mc.

Reliability Assurance Project Engineer

- to handle tests and evaluations of transistorized systems and components, both power and small signal type. Must evaluate results and associated statistical data. Also includes failure analysis work with suppliers and production.

EE - for design and development work on test equipment for semiconductors and special products.

ME or Metallurgist-for specification writing and testing of materials and finishes. Experience in this area desirable.

Automotive Electronics

- nonentertainment automotive electronic development including radio control for Garage Door Operators; other transistor applications in automobile, usually involving electromechanical transducers -

ME - for advanced development work in electromechanical systems used in automotive field.

EE - for design and development of transistorized automobile equipment.

EE or ME - with electromechanical interests for development of electronic equipment for the automotive service market.

If your interests and experience fall in the above areas and if you're looking for an opportunity to fully exercise your personal competence ... among men of like talent ... in unmatched facilities ... then let's talk. Send your resume today to the attention of Mr. Carl Longshore, Supervisor Salaried Employment.

An equal opportunity employer

Delco Radio Division of General Motors

Kokomo, Indiana

 

 

Posted March 13, 2019

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