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Advanced Circuits welcomes Jill Scadden in the role of Business Development Manager. She will be responsible for discovering new business opportunities and enhancing Advanced Circuits’ offerings by working closely with customers and prospects to create customized solutions for their unique PCB fabrication needs.
“Jill’s extensive industry knowledge and her driven attitude will amplify Advanced Circuits’ continued efforts to exceed customers’ highest expectations for quality, reliability, and outstanding service,” said John Yacoub, President and CEO of Advanced Circuits.
Scadden has an impressive background in PCB manufacturing, engineering, and sales with over 20 years of experience in the industry; and she is currently on the Board of Directors of the Surface Mount Technology Association (SMTA) Rocky Mountain Chapter, where she works with the organization to help advance the electronic engineering and manufacturing industry
About Advanced Circuits
Since 1989, Advanced Circuits has been a leading printed circuit board manufacturer specializing in both prototype and production quantities, with in-house fabrication and prototype assembly services under one roof. Advanced Circuits’ PCB solutions range from the simplest designs to the most rigorous requirements for the medical, commercial, defense, and aerospace marketplace. The company is MIL-PRF-31032, MIL-PRF-55110, AS9100, ISO 9001 Certified, IPC 6012 3/3A, IPC 6018 Class 3 Qualified, and ITAR Registered as well as being DOD contracts ready. For more information, visit 4PCB.com or call 1-800-979-4PCB (4722).
Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
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Dan Beaulieu, D.B. Management Group
It’s always good to catch up with old friends, especially when you can start working together. I recently spoke with my friend John Johnson, who has joined American Standard Circuits as the director of business development. At ASC, John will be using the Averatek A-SAP process that he was previously involved with. He shares some of his background and provides insight on the best ways to use this semi-additive PCB fabrication process that opens the capability window for forming trace and space.
Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
It’s officially fall now, and in Atlanta the temperature has plummeted to the mid-80s. We’ve all bumped our air conditioners up to 74 degrees. That means it’s trade show season, and I’ve been busy looking for my suitcase. This week, we have an assortment of news about associations, education, and advocacy, as well as another installment of our Printed Electronics Roundtable. And if you’re looking for a job, you are in luck; our jobConnect007 section is chock-full of open positions at all levels in this industry.