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Date: 22 May 2006 02:11:35 -0400
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Date: Sat, 20 May 2006 14:31:35 +0530
From: "Poseidon Jobs" <poseidon.jobs@gmail.com>
Subject: Job Available at POSEIDON DESIGN SYSTEMS, Bangalore, India


Technical Architect - Compiler Technology: (Bangalore, India)


This is a senior level position reporting directly to Vice President
of Engineering. The Technical Architect, Compiler Technology will lead
a team of engineers responsible for developing and delivering C/C++ to
RTL synthesis solution from Poseidon. Responsibilities include:
Working with marketing, hardware team and customers to refine
requirements Architecting scalable solutions to meet those
requirements Providing technical leadership to the team members
Creating and tracking project plans Hands-on coding and debugging
Holding design/code reviews


Qualifications:


The successful applicant must possess the following skill set:
Strong background in compiler fundamentals and compiler optimizations
Good understanding of RISC/DSP architecture and processor
micro-architecture, such as, ARM, MIPS, PowerPC, TI etc
In-depth knowledge of data structures and algorithms
Strong C/C++ programming experience
Familiarity with device driver development and assembly languages
Thorough understanding and experience of software development life cycle
Prior experience in leading a software development team
Excellent communication and team building skills
A can-do attitude to deliver quality results on time with minimal
day-to-day supervision
BE / BE Tech / M Tech degree a reputable institute.
Around 6-10 years experience.


Pluses:
EDA tool development for embedded systems
Experience with behavioral synthesis and formal verification technologies
Familiarity with VHDL/Verilog
A PhD from a reputable institute.












Senior Software Engineer, Compilers (Bangalore, India)






This is a senior level position reporting directly to Vice President
of Engineering. The Technical Architect, Compiler Technology will lead
a team of engineers responsible for developing and delivering C/C++ to
RTL synthesis solution from Poseidon. Responsibilities include:






Qualifications:


The successful applicant must possess the following skill set:
Strong background in compiler fundamentals and compiler optimizations
Good understanding of RISC/DSP architecture and processor
micro-architecture, such as, ARM, MIPS, PowerPC, TI etc
In-depth knowledge of data structures and algorithms
Strong C/C++ programming experience
Familiarity with device driver development and assembly languages
Thorough understanding and experience of software development life cycle
Prior experience in leading a software development team
Excellent communication and team building skills
A can-do attitude to deliver quality results on time with minimal
day-to-day supervision
BE / BE Tech degree a reputable institute.
Around 2-5 years experience.


Pluses:
EDA tool development for embedded systems
Experience with behavioral synthesis and formal verification technologies
Familiarity with VHDL/Verilog
M-Tech from a reputable institute.


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