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|Date:||27 Nov 2011 08:59:39 -0000|
|Posted-Date:||27 Nov 2011 15:37:08 EST|
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Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2011 13:29:50 -0800 (PST)
From: Scott Spears <email@example.com>
Subject: Sr. Compiler Software Engineer - SF Bay Area
Title: Sr. Compiler Software Engineer
Location: Newark, CA
US Candidates only please
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or apply directly at
In this position, you will help build core Financial Engines and
Delivery Infrastructure in the Cloud.
This will be an opportunity to play a key role in innovating from the
ground up as we create our next generation of solutions for the cloud.
We would like you to bring your ideas and considerable software
engineering skills to our small, growing team.
We're working on exciting projects that change how the industry does
business. We're building a language and compiler to describe financial
contracts. We simulate these in distributed high throughput data
environments. We'll build visualization. In the cloud, we deliver as a
RESTful web service. We are evaluating GPGPU solutions.
If you're enthusiastic about building new solutions, derive joy from
learning new technologies, excel at communicating with others to
figure out what to build, and want to take responsibility, grow and
deliver the solutions, we want to hear from you.
Essentially, we're looking for great programmers who're smart
Exceptional programming skills - experience in one OO language
of choice (C++, C#) writing substantial volume of code.
* Experience building
compilers with good understanding of dataflow, graphs and trees. Desire to
branch out into non-traditional compiler work.
* Experience of optimization
techniques and using performance monitoring and memory profiling tools
Demonstrated team or project leadership roles.
* Excellent command of written
and spoken English
* Track record of building high performance, production
quality software on schedule.
* Strong engineering discipline: you document,
measure, test and tune what you build.
* BS/MS in Computer Science or related
In addition, extra weight will be given to these candidates:
Experience or interest in programming accelerators (GPGPU, FPGA).
with or developed probabilistic simulation models
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At RMS, we believe the result of deeper knowledge is positive
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through a better understanding of catastrophic events. To find out more, visit
www.rms.com. RMS is proud to be an equal opportunity employer
please email resume to email@example.com or apply directly at
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