Careers with Linaro
If you have a passion for working on open source projects and being part of a community then you belong at Linaro or one of our member companies. Linaro offers its employees the opportunity to work with leading edge technology and the latest hardware. At Linaro you can advance your career working in an outstanding environment for professional growth and with a world-class team of experts on open source. Linaro has positions in both business and technical fields; explore the possibilities.
- OS Engineer - Kernel/Bootloader
- 22 May 2013
Ref. No: 1373 | Category: Engineering | Region: Worldwide (Home Based)
Linaro Platform Engineering is providing full system stack baselines as well as automation tools and services that power the majority of Linaro WG efforts through providing them with a streamlined engineering platform for daily development as well highly automated system stack solutions derived from popular, open-source linux distributions used for continuous integration, validation and release activities across the engineering organization. By doing that you will help us guarantee that upstream solutions developed in Linaro are applicable, feasibility and efficiency developed as part of our upstream focussed Working Group efforts.
- LSK Kernel Engineer
- 16 May 2013
Ref. No: 1395 | Category: Engineering | Region: Worldwide (Home Based)
A Linux kernel engineer responsible for maintaining a LSK (Linaro Stable Kernel) kernel series for every version of the kernel.org LTS (Long-Term Stable) tree. Includes back-porting Linaro feature patches to the LSK kernels. Travel: International travel is required for approximately 1 week duration 3-4 times per year to attend Linaro Connect events.
- Android Systems Engineer
- 25 April 2013
Ref. No: 1393 | Category: Engineering | Region: Worldwide (Home Based)
As an Android System Engineer you will work in a fast paced and innovative team of Android engineers to deliver ARM specific solutions for key topics of Linaro members. You will be actively involved in identifying suitable topics, typically in the areas of optimization, consolidation, enablement and performance of the Android code base. For this work you will require broad knowledge across the android system stack, in particular in the areas of kernel, enablement, HALs and middleware are key in helping Linaro providing solutions that help our members. At best you come with product experience as well as open source/community experience. If you have bounds into the Google Android team, even better. As an Android System Engineer you are well versed on the user-space stack, but you also have shown that you can understand and hack kernelspace and also can effectively work with kernel.org engineers to identify and resolve kernel issues. You should be enthusiastic about technology, and passionate about producing quality code, while motivated by quickly delivering services that are a joy to use.
- IT Services Systems Administrator
- 16 April 2013
Ref. No: 1390 | Category: Engineering | Region: Cambridge, UK only
Part of the Information Technology Services team at Linaro with responsibility for operational IT systems throughout the company. We are seeking a systems administrator who can work in a self-assured professional manner rather than follow a scripted path. You will be working in an independent and distributed environment coupled with close team interactions. You will work full time in our Cambridge office. Working from home will be occasionally permitted. Some travel is required. Some out-of-hours work is required.
- Landing Team Kernel Engineer
- 20 March 2013
Ref. No: 1384 | Category: Member Services | Region: North American based
Your role will be to advise and collaborate on the development and upstreaming of the Linux kernel support for a specific SoC and target development boards. Landing Team Summary: A landing team is a team composed of Linaro engineers, and engineers from a specific SoC vendor. The team is formed for a specific period of time, usually 6 to 12 months to tackle a specific set of problems related to Linux and a particular SoC. Currently landing teams are focussing efforts on kernel enablement and kernel upstreaming for member SoCs.
Travel: Landing team members are expected to participate in a landing team kickoff meeting, all Linaro Connect events, plus one or more development “sprints” involving international travel.