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Organization: Compilers Central
Date: Sun, 12 Jun 1994 12:00:00 GMT

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From: oldman@dg-rtp.dg.com (Dan Oldman)
Subject: Job Opening: Compiler Engineer


Compiler Engineer Wanted


The Data General Unix Software Development organization in RTP, NC has an
opening for a compiler engineer to help maintain our C and C++ compilers
on various modern microprocessor architectures. Candidates should have a
BS or MS in Computer Science and have experience working on compilers with
an emphasis on code generation and optimization. Knowledge of the Pentium
or Power PC architectures is a plus.


If you are interested please contact:


    Staffing Manager
    Data General
    62 Alexander Dr.
    Research Triangle Park, NC 27709


    or contact Lynn Hall
              Phone: (919) 248-5930
              Fax: (919) 248-6108
              Email: hall@dg-rtp.dg.com




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From: hak@europa.cs.sfu.ca (Hassan Ait-Kaci)
Subject: Research Associate Position at SFU (near Vancouver, Canada)
Organization: Simon Fraser University
Date: 03 Jun 1994 03:31:20 GMT


RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, INTELLIGENT SOFTWARE GROUP
Simon Fraser University, School of Computing Science


    The Intelligent Software Group at SFU's School of Computing Science was
    recently formed with the creation of two industrial chairs funded by the
    Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) to
    complement an existing endowment from British Columbia industries (raised
    by the Eppich brothers of Ebco, ltd.). The Senior Chair has been filled
    by Prof. Hassan Ait-Kaci. A concomitant Research Associate position to
    assist the Senior Chair is now open for staffing.


    In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be
    given to Canadan citizens and permanent residents of Canada. Simon
    Fraser University is committed to the principle of equity in employment
    and offers equal employment opportunities to qualified applicants.


Job Description:


    The Research Associate will collaborate with the Senior Chair, designing
    intelligent software prototypes and developing applications. This will
    involve loosely managing the lab's software and hardware, as well as
    contributing to the design, implementation, and maintenance of software.
    One primary responsibility is to act as a liasion with the industrial
    partners to oversee the effective realization of joint projects using
    advanced software technology. He or she will report directly to the
    Senior Chair. Initiative and work independence are essential qualities
    for the job.


Desired background:


    Recent Ph.D., or M.Sc. with a few years of experience, in Computer
    Science or related field. Experience in industrial project development
    is a necessity. The required expertise is in symbolic and
    constraint-based programming and compiling, and advanced run-time
    environment development. Strengths and interests in data and knowledge
    base systems, real-time and concurrent programming, and graphical
    interface design are desirable. Proficiency in UNIX, C, C++, X Windows,
    Windows/NT, is required. Knowldege of Prolog and ML-type languages, and
    their implementations, is preferred.


    The lab is equipped with DEC Alpha workstations running OSF/1 and
    Windows/NT. Access to SUN SPARC-Stations, HP, and SGI workstations is
    available.


Starting date:


    As soon as a suitable candidate is found.


Tenure:


    5 years, possibly renewable for another 5 years.


Salary:


    CND $ 50K/yr + benefits.


Contact:


    Send a cover letter and CV, by regular or electronic mail, together with
    three letters of recommendations to:


            Hassan Ait-Kaci, Professor
            Senior Ebco/Eppich NSERC Chair
            in Intelligent Software Systems


            School of Computing Science
            Simon Fraser University
            Burnaby, British Columbia
            V5A 1S6, Canada


            email: hak@cs.sfu.ca


            phone: (604) 291 55 89
            fax: (604) 291 30 45


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Date: Thu, 9 Jun 1994 14:29:03 -0700
From: rpowers@netcom.com (Robin A. Powers)
Subject: COMPILER POSITIONS OPEN - SF Bay Area - recruiter


SOFTWARE ENGINEER


Excellent opportunity exists for a highly motivated individual to work
on a small team to be hands- on in supporting, designing, developing
  testing and documenting the new version of a C code conformance and
  lint tool. Other responsibilities include helping in the planning, designing,
  implementing, testing, documenting and supporting of a new parser generator
  tool.


Required Skills For This Position Are:


Strong C Development Skills
Compiler Development Experience
Strong System Design and Implementation Skills in a Unix Development
Environment
Excellent Written and Verbal Skills


Preferred Skills For This Position Are:


Previous Experience Developing C Compilers, Lint and Parser Generator Tools
Hands-On Experience With Software Testing


Compensation is $40,000 to $65,000. The Company Offers Excellent
Benefits.


SOFTWARE ENGINEER/PROJECT LEADER


Excellent opportunity exists for a highly motivated individual to work as
a project lead on a small team as well as be hands- on in supporting,
designing, developing, testing and documenting the new version of
a C code conformance and lint tool. Other responsibilities include helping
in the planning, designing, implementing, testing, documenting and supporting
of a new parser generator tool.


Required Skills For This Position Are:


Strong C Development Skills
Compiler Development Experience
Project Lead Interest and Ability
Strong System Design and Implementation Skills in a Unix Development
Environment
Excellent Written and Verbal Skills


Preferred Skills For This Position Are:


Previous Experience Developing C Compilers, Lint and Parser Generator Tools
Project Lead Experience
Hands-On Experience With Software Testing


Compensation is $40,000 to $60,000. The Company Offers Excellent
Benefits.


FOR IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION SEND RESUMES TO:


Robin A. Powers / Robin Powers & Associates
P.O. Box 470716
San Francisco, California 94147


Internet E-Mail Address: rpowers@netcom.com - ASCII ONLY
Voice: 415-771-4591
  Fax Number: 415-771-3209
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