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=== Instructions for Employers ===
 
=== Instructions for Employers ===
 
This page is intended to provide a place for people or companies to advertise their embedded Linux jobs or
 
This page is intended to provide a place for people or companies to advertise their embedded Linux jobs or
contract work.Embedded Linux Experts to advertise their availability, and describe their expertise, to companies interested in paying them for services.  This could include contract work or fulltime employment.
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contract work. This could include contract work or fulltime employment.
  
Linux experts are encouraged to provide their information in the table below so that companies may contact them for their areas of interest.  Please put an expiration date for the information, so we can remove information when it
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Companies with Linux work are encouraged to provide their information in the table below so that Linux experts may contact them for jobs of interest.  Please put an expiration date for the information, so we can remove
gets stale.  Or even better, when the work is no longer available, please remove your entry from this table.
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information when it gets stale.  Or even better, when the work is no longer available, please remove
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your entry from this table.
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You can also see [[Experts]] registered at this site (if any).
  
 
=== Instructions for Experts ===
 
=== Instructions for Experts ===
Please use the contact information below, if you have are interested in the position or work being advertised.
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Please use the contact information below, if you are interested in the position or work being advertised.
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You can also place your information on the [[Experts]] page.
  
 
== '''The List''' ==
 
== '''The List''' ==
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! style="width:200px" | Contact Info
 
! style="width:200px" | Contact Info
 
! style="width:100px" | Expires date
 
! style="width:100px" | Expires date
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| Tim Bird (Sony Corporation of America)
 
| Senior Software Engineer, Linux Kernel<br />
 
(experience with kernel and realtime systems preferred)
 
| San Jose, CA, USA
 
| tim dot bird (at) am dot sony dot com
 
| Dec, 2007
 
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| Tim Bird (Sony Corporation of America)
 
| Software Engineer, Linux Kernel<br />
 
(experience contributing to kernel.org source tree preferred)
 
| San Jose, CA, USA
 
| tim dot bird (at) am dot sony dot com
 
| Dec, 2007
 
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| Michael Opdenacker (Free Electrons, France)
 
| Kernel and embedded Linux trainer and consultant <br />
 
(community contributors preferred. [http://free-electrons.com/careers/job.2007-07-31/ Details])
 
| home based, preferably in the south east of France
 
| jobs (at) free dash electrons dot com
 
| Dec, 2007
 
 
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| [http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH08/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MENTOR&cws=1&rid=1204 Mentor Graphics Technical Writing team]
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| The Technical Writer will create user documentation for our Embedded Software product division. As a technical writer, you will:• Participate in every level of documentation design and production, from gathering user feedback to producing final copy. • Learn the latest cutting-edge Embedded Software Design Tools. • Work closely with experienced and innovative software engineers. • Be part of a talented technical writing team supporting a rising-star product line in the company.
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| Portand or Bay Area or Remote worker possible
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| jim_elliott@mentor.com
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| September 2013
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| [http://www.seek.co.nz/JobSearch?Keywords=navico Navico]
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| Senior Linux Platform Software Developer: Responsibilities would include developing components of embedded Linux OSs for our bespoke ARM and Intel x86 based hardware.
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| Auckland, New Zealand
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| tom.isaacson@navico.com
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| August 2013
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| [http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH08/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MENTOR&cws=1&rid=1623 Mentor Graphics Embedded Software Division]
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| Reinforce our team and contribute to the creation and success of Mentor Graphics' software tools for embedded systems. We are seeking a systems programmer grade software engineer to work in an international team on the architecture, design and implementation of software tracing tools for debugging and analyzing embedded systems. Ideally, a candidate will have strong background in Linux operating system kernels for embedded and desktop usage, low level programming as well as embedded systems hardware and software design concepts. Useful experiences include familiarity with software tracing methodologies and with internals of the GNU Debugger. As our products also leverage and contribute cutting edge open source technology the engineering work might include collaboration with open source developers across the software ecosystem and on a broad range of platforms. This job will be within a small, highly-qualified team with multiple contacts to our international development sites. Strong analytical and interpersonal skills on a global scale, assertiveness as well as the ability to act independently are desirable.
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The job profile also includes:
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•The enhancement and adaptation of tracing technologies as LTTng, SystemTap and GDB trace points
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•Tracking, influencing and contributing to open source projects that product capabilities may rely upon
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•Conveyance and explanation of concepts and design decisions to peer experts
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•Assessment of existing concepts and solutions regarding potential, performance and risks
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•Participation in reviews and/or inspections of designs, specifications, and code
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| Portand or Bay Area or Remote worker possible
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| jim_elliott@mentor.com
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| September 2013
 
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Revision as of 14:24, 11 June 2013

Embedded Linux Jobs List

Instructions for Employers

This page is intended to provide a place for people or companies to advertise their embedded Linux jobs or contract work. This could include contract work or fulltime employment.

Companies with Linux work are encouraged to provide their information in the table below so that Linux experts may contact them for jobs of interest. Please put an expiration date for the information, so we can remove information when it gets stale. Or even better, when the work is no longer available, please remove your entry from this table.

You can also see Experts registered at this site (if any).

Instructions for Experts

Please use the contact information below, if you are interested in the position or work being advertised.

You can also place your information on the Experts page.

The List

Name of offerer (Company) Position description Location Contact Info Expires date
Mentor Graphics Technical Writing team The Technical Writer will create user documentation for our Embedded Software product division. As a technical writer, you will:• Participate in every level of documentation design and production, from gathering user feedback to producing final copy. • Learn the latest cutting-edge Embedded Software Design Tools. • Work closely with experienced and innovative software engineers. • Be part of a talented technical writing team supporting a rising-star product line in the company. Portand or Bay Area or Remote worker possible jim_elliott@mentor.com September 2013
Navico Senior Linux Platform Software Developer: Responsibilities would include developing components of embedded Linux OSs for our bespoke ARM and Intel x86 based hardware. Auckland, New Zealand tom.isaacson@navico.com August 2013
Mentor Graphics Embedded Software Division Reinforce our team and contribute to the creation and success of Mentor Graphics' software tools for embedded systems. We are seeking a systems programmer grade software engineer to work in an international team on the architecture, design and implementation of software tracing tools for debugging and analyzing embedded systems. Ideally, a candidate will have strong background in Linux operating system kernels for embedded and desktop usage, low level programming as well as embedded systems hardware and software design concepts. Useful experiences include familiarity with software tracing methodologies and with internals of the GNU Debugger. As our products also leverage and contribute cutting edge open source technology the engineering work might include collaboration with open source developers across the software ecosystem and on a broad range of platforms. This job will be within a small, highly-qualified team with multiple contacts to our international development sites. Strong analytical and interpersonal skills on a global scale, assertiveness as well as the ability to act independently are desirable.

The job profile also includes: •The enhancement and adaptation of tracing technologies as LTTng, SystemTap and GDB trace points •Tracking, influencing and contributing to open source projects that product capabilities may rely upon •Conveyance and explanation of concepts and design decisions to peer experts •Assessment of existing concepts and solutions regarding potential, performance and risks •Participation in reviews and/or inspections of designs, specifications, and code

Portand or Bay Area or Remote worker possible jim_elliott@mentor.com September 2013