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Linux Software Developer (27104)

Cambridge / Hybrid
to £85,000 DoE + Top Benefits

Developing Linux based security technology for enterprise product software

Based in central Cambridge (close to rail and road links), this software team develop a range of endpoint security products used by global business users. They are hiring a Linux Software Developer to join their advanced product team where responsibilities will include Open-Source components, virtual machine maintenance, and responding to security vulnerabilities. The work can be fast-paced and evolve rapidly, so understanding of automated testing is required.


  • Expertise with C or C++ programming on Linux.
  • Experience with Yocto (other similar and relevant Open Source project experience would be considered).
  • Knowledge and understanding of Linux kernel.
  • Experience with complex system debugging.
  • Additional exposure to network protocols (TCP/IP) and black box debugging would be desirable. Further, experience with Windows kernel would be advantageous.

Applicants are expected to have a STEM degree but of more importance is demonstrable, relevant project experience. In return, the company offers an excellent remunerations package with a wide range of benefits. The company supports careers and individuals, and provides a welcoming and friendly environment to allow employees to be themselves. Diversity and inclusion are embraced and celebrated.

Keywords: Central Cambridge, Linux, Open Source, Yocto, Kernel, C, C++, Security, Enterprise Products

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