People in Business
SigmaDesign, a product design and engineering firm with headquarters at 4600 N.W. Pacific Rim Blvd., Camas, recently hired six new employees. The company, which also has offices in Singapore, specializes in industrial design, mechanical, electrical, software and firmware engineering, rapid prototyping, product testing and a variety of other services. Founded in 1994, the company relocated from its Vancouver offices after announcing plans for a larger facility in August.
The company has hired:
• Jefferay Watson, a test technician. Watson has worked in the tech industry in Portland and Vancouver since 1997. He has an associate’s degree in business administration from Clark College. As a test technician, he’ll support the firm’s engineering team on various consumer and electronics products.
• Harry Laurent, material handler/parts quality. Laurent studied computer technology at the Clark County Skills Center, providing tech support to multiple departments. He’s pursuing a degree in computer support at Clark College. At SigmaDesign, he’ll be responsible for identifying, managing, recovering and disposing of materials used in product development test procedures as well as work to ensure the quality and consistency of parts being made.
The company also hired four operators IV, who will set up tests, collect and observe test data, and communicate results to engineers and technical staff:
• Michael Maroni. Maroni has a background in customer service, heavy machinery operation and more.
• Stacy Lindsey. Lindsey has an associate’s degree in health administration with an emphasis on pharmacy practices from the online University of Phoenix. She has previous experience as a test operator.
• Mary Dickinson-Jensen. Dickinson-Jensen has a bachelor’s degree in writing and rhetorical studies from Syracuse University in New York. She has previously worked as a firmware technician testing builds on prototype test equipment, ensuring quality of prototypes, product testing and more.
• Devin Gaughan. Gaughan has an associate’s degree from Clark College and is working toward a bachelor’s degree in neurobiology and neurosciences from Washington State University Vancouver. He has previous work experience in technical support, consulting, security and firmware.
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