[vox-jobs] SENIOR EMBEDDED SYSTEM MANAGER/ARCHITECT - LINUX KERNEL
Brenda Stultz -X (brstultz - Spherion at Cisco)
brstultz at cisco.com
Sat Oct 7 17:57:24 PDT 2006
Cisco Telepresence Systems Business Unit (TSBU) part of the Emerging
Markets Technology Group (EMTG) is looking for a Senior Embedded Systems
Manager / Architect - Linux Kernel for our Telepresence
Please see job description below.
SENIOR EMBEDDED SYSTEM MANAGER/ ARCHITECT - LINUX KERNEL
We have a current opening for a Senior Embedded System Lead Architect
Linux Kernel to work in our Emerging Markets Technology Group (EMTG).
You will lead the embedded Linux OS development for Telepresence, a
virtual presence experience that uses advanced visual, audio, and
interactive technologies to create an in-person experience over the
network. Telepresence is one of the more recent examples of how Cisco is
changing the way we work, live, play, and learn.
Proven track record of hands-on, code-developing leadership of
successful commercial embedded Linux software development efforts.
Extensive knowledge and experience with embedded operating systems.
Extensive knowledge and experience with Linux versions 2.4 and 2.6,
including, but not limited to I/O interface, device drivers, and network
Experience developing Linux board support packages (BSP) for various low
level hardware platforms (preferably for PowerPC) and familiarity with
gcc/gdb tool chain.
Excellent problem solving and troubleshooting skills for difficult
Thorough understanding of Linux utilities such as system logging and run
Experience with tuning Linux kernel for performance optimization.
Full understanding of open source license and GPL issues.
Excellent problem solving ability and technical leadership skills.
The position requires excellent written and verbal communication.
Looking for at least 10 years overall experience with 5 years Linux
development and at least 3 years on embedded Linux systems.
Talent Acquisition and Management
408 - 525-0016 - Office
800 - 399-1751 - Direct
brstultz at cisco.com
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