Re: Job Posting?

2008-02-29 Thread Unga
--- Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Gonzales, Larry Z wrote:
  Hi, I work with the Visual Computing Group here at
 Intel Corporation.
  We are looking for some Operating Systems
 Engineers with Unix kernel and
  FreeBSD experience.  Please review the job
 descriptions below and let me
  know if it would be possible to post or distribute
 these job
  opportunities to FreeBSG.org members.
 
 The [EMAIL PROTECTED] list is a better place
 for this.
 

I think a yet better way is, first post the detailed
job description to [EMAIL PROTECTED] and post a
small note to other popular lists such as
freebsd-questions, freebsd-stable and freebsd-current
saying the XYZ company is hiring and please see
freebsd-jobs for details.

Thanks Intel hiring FreeBSD developers.

Best Regards
Unga


  

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Job Posting?

2008-02-28 Thread Gonzales, Larry Z
Hi, I work with the Visual Computing Group here at Intel Corporation.
We are looking for some Operating Systems Engineers with Unix kernel and
FreeBSD experience.  Please review the job descriptions below and let me
know if it would be possible to post or distribute these job
opportunities to FreeBSG.org members.

 

Intel's Visual Computing Group (VCG) has the mission to establish the
future of computing for high-throughput applications. We are initially
focused on developing advanced products based on a many-core
architecture targeting high-end client platforms. We're aggressively
positioned to advance the state of the art in graphics and other
high-throughput workloads. Our vision is that the resulting ingredients
and technology will extend to other platforms including mobile clients,
servers, and embedded applications over time.

 


Operating Systems Engineer - 546420

 

 


Responsibilities and Details

 

 

 

 

 

 

Description

The newly formed Visual Computing Group is seeking a number of smart
software engineers and/or architects with expertise with operating
system internals and drivers to make extensive changes to a Unix
operating system for this specialized application. In this position, you
will be helping drive requirements for hardware interfaces and
substantially influence the overall driver architecture and execution
direction. You will be working on drivers, major kernel changes,
exception and interrupt handlers, firmware, encryption services, thermal
and power management, performance analysis, advanced MP thread
scheduling, unique page fault handling, and many others.

 

Qualifications

You should possess at least a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer
Science or Computer Engineering with at least six years of experience in
software design and development. A Master's degree is preferred.
Additional qualifications include: 
- Knowledge of operating system internals and theory of operation 
- Advanced UNIX* programming concepts (pthreads, shared memory and other
IPC, driver interface) 
- Knowledge of x86 processor concepts like paging features, protected
mode, SMP support 
- Excellent C programming skills 
The following qualifications would be added advantages: 
- Experience with BSD*-based or Linux* operating systems 
- Experience with device drivers, especially under UNIX-like operating
systems 
- Experience with highly threaded and high processor count environments 
- Experience with Vista* display drivers 
- Experience with video display controllers

 

 


Operating Systems Engineer - 546419

 

 


Responsibilities and Details

 

 

 

 

 

 

Description

The newly formed Visual Computing Group is seeking a number of smart
software engineers and/or architects with expertise with operating
system internals and drivers to make extensive changes to a Unix
operating system for this specialized application. In this position, you
will be helping drive requirements for hardware interfaces and
substantially influence the overall driver architecture and execution
direction. You will be working on drivers, major kernel changes,
exception and interrupt handlers, firmware, encryption services, thermal
and power management, performance analysis, advanced MP thread
scheduling, unique page fault handling, and many others.

 

Qualifications

You must possess at least a Master's degree in Computer Science or
Computer Engineering. A Ph.D. degree or work experience is preferred.
Additional qualifications include: 
- Knowledge of operating system internals and theory of operation 
- Advanced UNIX* programming concepts (pthreads, shared memory and other
IPC, driver interface) 
- Knowledge of x86 processor concepts like paging features, protected
mode, SMP support 
- Excellent C programming skills 
The following qualifications would be added advantages: 
- Experience with BSD*-based or Linux* operating systems 
- Experience with device drivers, especially under UNIX-like operating
systems 
- Experience with highly threaded and high processor count environments 
- Experience with Vista* display drivers 
- Experience with video display controllers

 

 

Best regards,

Larry Gonzales

Sr. Recruiting Consultant

Intel Corporation/VCG

[EMAIL PROTECTED]

http://www.intel.com/jobs/usa/submit/

 

If you are a hiring manager or hiring assistant and need help with the
hiring tools, please contact the GCM at 1-800-238-0486, Option 2.

 

 

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Re: Job Posting?

2008-02-28 Thread Kris Kennaway

Gonzales, Larry Z wrote:

Hi, I work with the Visual Computing Group here at Intel Corporation.
We are looking for some Operating Systems Engineers with Unix kernel and
FreeBSD experience.  Please review the job descriptions below and let me
know if it would be possible to post or distribute these job
opportunities to FreeBSG.org members.


The [EMAIL PROTECTED] list is a better place for this.

Thanks,
Kris
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Re: Job Posting?

2008-02-28 Thread Aryeh M. Friedman

You should post this to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Gonzales, Larry Z wrote:

Hi, I work with the Visual Computing Group here at Intel Corporation.
We are looking for some Operating Systems Engineers with Unix kernel and
FreeBSD experience.  Please review the job descriptions below and let me
know if it would be possible to post or distribute these job
opportunities to FreeBSG.org members.

 


Intel's Visual Computing Group (VCG) has the mission to establish the
future of computing for high-throughput applications. We are initially
focused on developing advanced products based on a many-core
architecture targeting high-end client platforms. We're aggressively
positioned to advance the state of the art in graphics and other
high-throughput workloads. Our vision is that the resulting ingredients
and technology will extend to other platforms including mobile clients,
servers, and embedded applications over time.

 



Operating Systems Engineer - 546420

 

 



Responsibilities and Details

 

 

 

 

 

 


Description

The newly formed Visual Computing Group is seeking a number of smart
software engineers and/or architects with expertise with operating
system internals and drivers to make extensive changes to a Unix
operating system for this specialized application. In this position, you
will be helping drive requirements for hardware interfaces and
substantially influence the overall driver architecture and execution
direction. You will be working on drivers, major kernel changes,
exception and interrupt handlers, firmware, encryption services, thermal
and power management, performance analysis, advanced MP thread
scheduling, unique page fault handling, and many others.

 


Qualifications

You should possess at least a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer
Science or Computer Engineering with at least six years of experience in
software design and development. A Master's degree is preferred.
Additional qualifications include: 
- Knowledge of operating system internals and theory of operation 
- Advanced UNIX* programming concepts (pthreads, shared memory and other
IPC, driver interface) 
- Knowledge of x86 processor concepts like paging features, protected
mode, SMP support 
- Excellent C programming skills 
The following qualifications would be added advantages: 
- Experience with BSD*-based or Linux* operating systems 
- Experience with device drivers, especially under UNIX-like operating
systems 
- Experience with highly threaded and high processor count environments 
- Experience with Vista* display drivers 
- Experience with video display controllers


 

 



Operating Systems Engineer - 546419

 

 



Responsibilities and Details

 

 

 

 

 

 


Description

The newly formed Visual Computing Group is seeking a number of smart
software engineers and/or architects with expertise with operating
system internals and drivers to make extensive changes to a Unix
operating system for this specialized application. In this position, you
will be helping drive requirements for hardware interfaces and
substantially influence the overall driver architecture and execution
direction. You will be working on drivers, major kernel changes,
exception and interrupt handlers, firmware, encryption services, thermal
and power management, performance analysis, advanced MP thread
scheduling, unique page fault handling, and many others.

 


Qualifications

You must possess at least a Master's degree in Computer Science or
Computer Engineering. A Ph.D. degree or work experience is preferred.
Additional qualifications include: 
- Knowledge of operating system internals and theory of operation 
- Advanced UNIX* programming concepts (pthreads, shared memory and other
IPC, driver interface) 
- Knowledge of x86 processor concepts like paging features, protected
mode, SMP support 
- Excellent C programming skills 
The following qualifications would be added advantages: 
- Experience with BSD*-based or Linux* operating systems 
- Experience with device drivers, especially under UNIX-like operating
systems 
- Experience with highly threaded and high processor count environments 
- Experience with Vista* display drivers 
- Experience with video display controllers


 

 


Best regards,

Larry Gonzales

Sr. Recruiting Consultant

Intel Corporation/VCG

[EMAIL PROTECTED]

http://www.intel.com/jobs/usa/submit/

 


If you are a hiring manager or hiring assistant and need help with the
hiring tools, please contact the GCM at 1-800-238-0486, Option 2.

 

 


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