Toolchain Infrastructure Engineer

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Toolchain Infrastructure Engineer (ideally in Cambridge, UK) (x1)

Job Description

Linaro is looking for an experienced GNU Toolchain engineer to work on building and extending our comprehensive toolchain test, validation and verification system.  The Engineer will work closely with Linaro toolchain engineers and the Linaro Cambridge lab to make sure toolchain test infrastructure and software is robust, reliable and capable of withstanding the relentless abuse a toolchain test system is subjected to.

Required Skills

  • BS/BA degree in Computer Science, Computer / Electrical Engineering or related job experience
  • 2+ years of experience in Linux
  • C-Language Programming
  • Assembly Language Programming
  • ARM instruction set desired but not required
  • Shell Scripting

Desired Skills

  • GNU Toolchain Integration Engineering
  • Configuring, building, and debugging GNU Toolchains
  • Glibc Development (or equivalent Unix C-Library development)
  • Platform enablement
  • Low-level Optimization (string and memory routines)
  • System Interfaces
  • Principles of dynamic linking
  • Performance analysis
  • Free Software and Open Source Software Engineering Principles
  • FS/OSS Project Life-cycle knowledge
  • Working remotely with distributed engineering tools
  • ELF ABIs
  • GNU binutils linker (or equivalent Unix static linker)

Number of openings

1 Engineer

Mark Orvek
Mark Orvek
Mark Orvek - Executive VP of Engineering at Linaro. Mark joined Linaro as Director of Working Groups in August 2012. Prior to this he was Vice President of Engineering and Services at MontaVista Software. He joined MontaVista in 1999 as the director of engineering, responsible for new product development focused on making the Linux operating system suitable for embedded systems and embedded applications. He managed the development of key technologies for Linux including multi-architecture platform support, real-time, carrier grade high availability, small footprint, fast boot, power management and most recently the MontaVista Linux 6 Integration Platform. Before MontaVista, he was an R&D Section Manager at Hewlett-Packard (HP), holding various positions including technical field support, development engineer, R&D Project Manager and R&D Section Manager in HP’s business servers and Real-time embedded board computers. Mark holds BS degrees in Electrical Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology and in Computer Science from California State University at Dominguez Hills.
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