Innovative UNIX / Linux Software Engineer (24466)
An experienced and innovative UNIX / Linux software engineer is sought by a global company that has recently opened offices in the middle of Cambridge. Having kept the feel of a start-up, whilst being backed by a well-established business, they are looking to build their small and friendly team of engineers to pioneer cloud management systems.
If you have an enthusiasm for UNIX / Linux software development and are happy to attack problems using Python or C to bring about creative, efficient and reliable solutions, this might be the role for you.
The work would involve:
- Ensuring the quality, reliability and security of the software
- Leading the design and development of features from concept through to market
- Mentoring other software engineers as the team grows
- Interacting with open source communities
To excel in this role you will have:
- An excellent degree (2.1 or above) in Computer Science or a similar technical subject from a top Russell Group university
- Excellent, in-depth knowledge of UNIX / Linux and at least 2 years of industry experience
- Good knowledge of C and Python, preferably for enterprise-quality software
Ideally, you would also be able to show:
- Familiarity with OS internals, concepts of distributed systems and x86 architecture in particular
- Experience with virtualisation and / or distributed storage and network management systems, such QEMU
- Enthusiasm for interacting with open source communities
You will also need full permission to live and work in the UK without time limit, restriction or sponsorship.
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Please note: even if you don't have exactly the background indicated, do contact us now if this type of job is of interest - we may well have similar opportunities that you would be suited to. And of course, we always get your permission before submitting your CV to a company.