Engineering & Workforce Solutions

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Talent 101 is a global services provider for the semiconductor industry. We provide a total workforce solution anywhere you need it: onshore, nearshore, or offshore.

Our Services

engineering services

Engineering Services

  • Hardware
  • Software
  • Mechanical
  • Test

Managed Services

  • Oversee your organization and systems
  • Manage everyday workforce responsibilities
  • Complete team approach from management through individual contributors

Project Services

  • Statement of Work style projects pinpoint required skills and experience needed 
  • Defined budget per project
  • Detailed timeline start to finish

Staffing Services

  • Contract & Contract to Hire
  • Direct Hire

Available Talent

Quality Assurance/Product Engineer with technical writing experience

Chen – Quality Assurance/Product Engineer

  • Product/Test Engineering - NPI and sustaining activities on mixed-signal, non-volatile memory, high-voltage DMOS technologies, analog electronics and consumer products, involving characterization, qualification, failure analysis and yield enhancement. Test program generation for production, characterization and reliability using in both ATE and C/Python-based PC test equipment environments. Proficient in functional testing & parametric power analysis as well as statistical analysis using DataPower, Syntricity, SQL & JMP. Arduino processor board programming and Solidworks experience.
  • Technical writing on product datasheets, application notes and automotive qualification packages.    
  • Manufacturing involving local/offshore assembly/test of semiconductor and PCBA products (IPC-TM-650). Solidworks and Cadence schematic-capture experience as well as basic PCB design.

Senior Electrical Engineer with B.S. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Paul – Senior Electrical Engineer  

  • Electronic/RF/Microwave Communications and Navigation Product and System Conceptualization and Design
  • New Product Development
  • Mechanical Product Design
  • Electronic Equipment Manufacturing

Test/Qual Technician fully qualified and certified in all test processes in the area

Danyea – Test/Qual Technician  

  • Productive and motivated manufacturing professional dedicated to improving team performance.
  • Performed Acceptance Testing on TOW Missile cases.
  • Processed wafers in a semiconductor cleanroom.

Digital Designer with branding experience

Ricky – Digital Designer

  • Updated and maintained marketing brochures, flysheets, and experience materials.
  • Print design, HTML email marketing, motion graphics, and video editing.
  • Assisted business development teams with layout and creation of infographics for proposals, pitch books and presentations.


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How to network meaningfully for engineers

With the right skills and experience, engineers can go far in their career. Yet, engineers in any industry—from budding professionals to seasoned veterans —need meaningful connections to enrich their knowledge, find new opportunities, and foster career or personal growth. By putting your best foot forward in front of the right people, you open doors to new job opportunities and career growth.

But networking doesn’t come easy—at first. Many of us can suffer from awkwardness, social anxiety, and discomfort when meeting new people or asking for career help. While it can be stressful to establish these connections, anyone can earn and maintain meaningful relationships by following a few simple steps.

How to reject engineering candidates painlessly

As a hiring manager, you’ll often face the challenging decision of choosing between multiple highly qualified candidates for one open role. And once you’ve made your selection and sent a job offer, you’ll have to break the news to the candidates who didn’t make the cut. Without careful planning and sensitivity, these rejections can leave candidates with a negative impression of your organization.  

While it may be easier to send a curt rejection response, impersonal communications can hurt your company’s reputation and affect your ability to attract top engineering talent in the future. Even if you’ve already made your hiring decision, putting some extra thought into rejection calls or emails can open opportunities for future job openings or contract work.

In this article, we’ll explore a few simple ways to create a considerate (and painless) experience when rejecting engineering candidates.

USB 4: What you need to know

In March, the USB Implementers Forums (USB-IF) announced the USB4, the latest version of the popular connector. Although the full specifications haven’t been released, the standard is expected to be faster, better equipped, and more standardized than all previous versions.