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From: compilers-jobs@iecc.com
Newsgroups: comp.compilers,misc.jobs.offered
Date: 12 Feb 1996 00:07:36 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

This is a digest of ``help wanted'' and ``position available'' messages
received at comp.compilers during the preceding week. Messages must
advertise a position having something to do with compilers and must also
conform to the guidelines periodically posted in misc.jobs.offered.
Positions that remain open may be re-advertised once a month. To respond
to a job offer, send mail to the author of the message. To submit a
message, mail it to compilers@iecc.com.




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From: jen@spbos.pn.com (Jennifer Donahue)
Subject: Java compiler jobs
Date: Tue, 06 Feb 1996 09:42:54 -0500
Organization: SPI


Hi, we have been retained by Metrowerks in Austin TX to fill current job
openings. These are really interesting...a rapidly growing company and
cutting edge technology. I am sure they are somebody's dream jobs! I
pasted in the job descriptions below. Any questions or you want to talk
about them further, you can call me at 617-424-8372 or email to
jen@spbos.pn.com.


Two positions have opened in Austin, TX for Senior/Architect level
engineers. These are great opportunities with a smallish but very
successful company striving to become the leading provider of
development tools for RISC-based embedded systems.


The first job is for a programmer who has worked on code generators
and linkers. Must have experience with code generation for RISC
processors: PowerPC (preferred), MIPS, SPARC, HP...). In addition,
this person should have experience with industry standard object file
formats (COFF, XCOFF, ELF, etc.). Some project lead experience is
desirable, particularly leading a team building tools for embedded
development. The responsibilities of this position may expand and
evolve depending upon the one's goals, abilities, and experience.


The second job is for an architect to work on PowerPC code generation
and optimization. Prior experience designing and implementing code
generators and optimizers for RISC machines (PowerPC in particular) is
essential. This position provides the opportunity to work on the
latest, state-of-the-art compiler technology. The desire to build and
ship great products to users is essential - this is not a research
organization but a place where individuals can make a difference in
the tools developers are using.


Also looking for a senior-to-architect level engineer with experience
developing a C++ compiler front end, to join a company in Austin TX.
Must have experience building and shipping commercial products.


This person should have the drive and ambition to work with a smallish
but sucessful developer tools company in becoming the leading provider
of development tools for RISC-based embedded systems. This particular
job will involve extending an existing C++ compiler to support the
latest and greatest C++ features and market needs. The
responsibilities of this position may expand and evolve depending upon
the developer's goals, abilities, and experience.




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Date: Tue, 06 Feb 96 16:37:00 PST
From: Tom E Alberts <Tom_E_Alberts@ccm.fm.intel.com>
Subject: Compiler Position Available at Intel


Intel is looking for compiler, debugger and assembler/linker engineers
to support programming tools for advanced embedded RISC processors.
You will work closely with both Intel's customers and Intel's
engineers to help customers design and debug embedded RISC systems.
You will help solve complex software and hardware interrelated
problems, provide example programs and create reference applications
while working with embedded processor team members.


All positions require a BS in Computer Science or Engineering with
experience using C or C++ in UNIX and MS-Windows environments. You
should have experience developing compilers, debuggers, linkers and/or
assemblers.


Openings are in Northern California at Intel's Folsom Facility,
located in the Sierra Foothills. Close enough to San Francisco, but
far enough away to offer affordable housing. Intel offers a
competitive compensation package, benefits, stock options, and
relocation.


Intel, the worlds largest chip maker, is also a leading manufacturer
of personal computer, networking and communications products. For
more information about Intel, see our home page at WWW.Intel.Com.


Send your resume to Tom_Alberts@ccm.fm.intel.com






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Date: Thu, 8 Feb 1996 08:43:46 -0800
From: pattykra@ix.netcom.com (x)
Subject: Position with Compiler Architecture Group for Intel in CA


The Compiler Application group is looking for a Technical Marketing
Manager to work in a team environment to support the 80960 RISC
architecture design into a wide variety of applications. As a senior
application specialist, you will provide technical guidance to design
engineers from around the country. Yu will help solve complex
software and hardware interrelated problems, provide example programs
and hardware interface drivers, and create reference applications
while working with embedded processor team members.


You will work directly with Intel customers to solve technical issues
with the 960 RISC processor. As you research and communicate the
answers to your customers, you will be able to draw from Intelís
knowledge poll to expand your personal technical knowledge. You must
have good written and verbal communication skills, have a talent for
problem solving, be a self starter and be able to work with little
supervision. As a member of a self directed team, you must be able to
work closely with others, sharing information of concern to the team
and taking part in planing the team's direction.


You must have a BSCS, BSEE or equivalent with 3 or more years
experience with Intel microprocessor architecture and programming.
Experience programming with C/C++ and assembly language is required.
Experience in a UNIX environment and Edith the 80960 (TM)
microprocessor preferred.




This position is located in Folsom, California and offers an excellent
salary, bonus, benefits, and a relocation package


Please respond by emailing an ASCII text resume to
mike_gore@ccm.ch.intel.com






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From: Sharon White <white@rbse.jsc.nasa.gov>
Subject: Post-Doctoral Positions in Software Engineering
Date: Fri, 09 Feb 1996 16:40:58 -0600
Organization: University of Houston


                              SOFTWARE ENGINEERING POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS OPEN


TWO UH-NASA JSC AEROSPACE SOFTWARE ENGINEERING POST-DOCTORAL
FELLOWSHIP POSITIONS OPEN!
_____________________________________________________________________
* Domain-Specific Architectural Design Language Generation Project
* Legacy Program Understanding Through Program Slicing and
    Plan Recognition Project
_____________________________________________________________________


  Qualifications and Experience


The Institute for Space Systems Operations (ISSO) and the Repository
Based Software Engineering (RBSE) research program at the University
of Houston-Clear Lake announce two AEROSPACE SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
Post-Doctoral Fellowships to be awarded for a period of two years with
a possible extension to three years based on funding and a successful
project review. Applicants are sought who have research interests and
experience in one or more of the areas of Software Engineering,
Software Architecture, Software Design and Reuse, Reverse Engineering,
and Language Design and Implementation. Applicants must have a
Ph.D. in CS, CE, or a closely related field at time of
appointment. Knowledge of Compiler theory and Language theory is a
plus. Compiler writing experience is desirable as well as familiarity
with Lex and Yacc or similar compiler-writing tools. Excellent written
and verbal communication skills are essential as well as the ability
to work with others in a collaborative research setting. Duties will
consist primarily of research and implementation issues as defined in
the project description for each funded Fellowship. The application
procedure is described on the WWW pages associated with the
project. Applications will be accepted until position is
filled. Appointment can be made as early as January 1, 1996 or as late
as Summer 1996.


APPLICATION PROCEDURE and PROJECT DESCRIPTION


For application procedure, project description, and other information
concerning the Domain-Specific Architectural Design Language
Generation Project see the WWW page:


http://rbse.jsc.nasa.gov/~white/postdoc.html.


For application procedure, project description and other information
concerning "Legacy Program Understanding Through Program Slicing and
Plan Recognition" see the WWW page:


  http://rbse.jsc.nasa.gov/eichmann/isso.


INFORMATION CONCERNING ISSO and RBSE


For a complete listing of all Post-doctoral fellowships to be
awarded through ISSO see the ISSO home page:


  http://www.uh.edu/isso/.


For information regarding the Repository Based Software
Engineering Program (RBSE) at UHCL and its parent
organization Research Institute for Computing and
Information Systems (RICIS) see the WWW page:


  http://rbse.jsc.nasa.gov/.
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