[Jobs] [nylug-job] Riccione Resources, Inc. seeks Linux Kernel Guru
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* JobID: #388
* Submitted On: 2006-01-20 15:24:07
* Company: Riccione Resources, Inc.
* Contact: Sarah Ferguson,
* Email: sarah at riccione.com
* Url: http://www.riccione.com
* Phone: 1-866-794-0287
* Fax: Not Specified
* Title: Linux Kernel Guru
* Salary: $80,000+
Top executive management with startup success. Top level Venture
Capital firm backing, Series A funding. One deployment in place, paying
customer. Through past success have strong contacts with service
provider firms. Defining a new technology with strong market potential,
pushing the envelope. Excellent technical team.
Work with a team of engineers to modify and enhance the Linux
kernel for an embedded Linux appliance. For Write, debug, and test
device drivers (network, SATA, RTC, encryption, TCP offload etc.)
Performance measurement, optimization, enhancement of key
components in the data plane.
Work with team in designing wire-speed, deep-packet inspection
Relocation: Willing to relocate.
* Required Skills:
Requires exceptional C programming abilities.
Must be able to write, modify, port device drivers (RTC, Network,
Knowledge of Linux kernel bootstrap for embedded systems -
especially MIPS CPU.
Experience in security technologies (PKI, SSL, etc.) and
Expert knowledge of network layer and networking APIs (kernel
Possess expertise with TCP/IP at the protocol level as well as its
usage ("Socket API").
Strong background with IPSec, IPv6, Ethernet, technologies
(implementation, enhancement, debugging etc.)
Ability to design and implement new APIs for communication with
user space applications.
Good working knowledge of Debian Linux.
Proven problem solving ability.
Need an independent worker (self-motivated & self-learner) able to
function when requirements are poorly defined, changing frequently or
absent. If requirements ill defined, must possess ability to document
Requires ability to communicate technical ideas in a clear and
unambiguous manner to other technical (and possibly non-technical)
MIPS assembly language knowledge.
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