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HAPPY HIRES

What some of our recently hired team members have to say

“SPIE’s values of collaboration, inclusion, and support of light-based research are reflected in how SPIE values their employees. SPIE provides great compensation & benefits, and the work life balance is the best I’ve experienced.  Employees’ personal development are respected; the opportunity for growth & learning is very motivating and appreciated.”

“Coming from a retail giant in Seattle, I was immediately impressed at how much more valued I felt here.  It’s not just a fantastic benefits package – from the CEO on down, it’s a true sense of appreciation.”

“The company culture, quality of life and altruistic mission of SPIE made the decision to move out west from Boston an easy one.”

“My coworkers are happy, confident and welcoming people who earnestly collaborate and champion communication.  Having an organizational culture like this is inspiring; there is a genuine sense of appreciation and membership.”

GOOD READS

We like these, and think you might too.

SPIE CEO Eugene Arthurs on Photonics

SPIE CEO Eugene Arthurs is interviewed by Spark Science at the Spark museum in downtown Bellingham.  They talk about what photonics is, spying with film and student chapters worldwide.   Listen to the interview here. Enjoy!

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SPIE on KAFE 104.1

This week, we hosted Dave and Mandy, the morning DJs from KAFE 104.1 radio. Hear them describe their version of what SPIE is and what we do. We think they did pretty good!

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5 Resume Mistakes That Sabotage Your Job Search

SPIE receives up to 300 applications for one job. That’s a lot. We like some of the tips in this article. Check it out.    Putting a summary paragraph at the top. “The average American attention span in 2013 was about 8 seconds- the average attention of a goldfish is 9 seconds.” Summary paragraphs are

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