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=== Instructions for Employers ===
 
=== Instructions for Employers ===
 
This page is intended to provide a place for people or companies to advertise their embedded Linux jobs or
 
This page is intended to provide a place for people or companies to advertise their embedded Linux jobs or
contract work.Embedded Linux Experts to advertise their availability, and describe their expertise, to companies interested in paying them for services.  This could include contract work or fulltime employment.
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contract work. This could include contract work or fulltime employment.
  
Linux experts are encouraged to provide their information in the table below so that companies may contact them for their areas of interest.  Please put an expiration date for the information, so we can remove information when it
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Companies with Linux work are encouraged to provide their information in the table below so that Linux experts may contact them for jobs of interest.  Please put an expiration date for the information, so we can remove
gets stale.  Or even better, when the work is no longer available, please remove your entry from this table.
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information when it gets stale.  Or even better, when the work is no longer available, please remove
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your entry from this table.
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You can also see [[Experts]] registered at this site (if any).
  
 
=== Instructions for Experts ===
 
=== Instructions for Experts ===
Please use the contact information below, if you have are interested in the position or work being advertised.
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Please use the contact information below, if you are interested in the position or work being advertised.
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You can also place your information on the [[Experts]] page.
  
 
== '''The List''' ==
 
== '''The List''' ==
 
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|- style="background:#CCCCCC"
 
|- style="background:#CCCCCC"
! style="width:200px" | Name of offerer (Link)
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! style="width:200px" | Name of offerer (Company)
 
! style="width:400px" | Position description
 
! style="width:400px" | Position description
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! style="width:200px" | Location
 
! style="width:200px" | Contact Info
 
! style="width:200px" | Contact Info
 
! style="width:100px" | Expires date
 
! style="width:100px" | Expires date
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| Tim Bird (for Sony Corporation of America)
 
| Senior Software Engineer, Linux Kernel (experience with realtime preferred)
 
| tim dot bird (at) am dot sony dot com
 
| Dec, 2007
 
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| Tim Bird (for Sony Corporation of America)
 
| Software Engineer, Linux Kernel (experience with open source practices preferred)
 
| tim dot bird (at) am dot sony dot com
 
| Dec, 2007
 
 
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| [http://linaro.org Linaro]
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| Non-for-profit organization formed by key embedded industry players to improve Linux on ARM. Linaro engineers contribute to many upstream components of the embedded Linux ecosystem. [http://www.linaro.org/careers/ Details]
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| Working from home anywhere in the world. Requires international travel 4 times a year.
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| careers [at] linaro [dot] org
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| August 2012
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| [http://www.svsiav.com SVSI]
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| Develop embedded Linux applications implementing user interfaces to SVSI’s line of networked audio visual products. This will include kernel optimization and driver development on various embedded ARM processors. Appropriate networking protocols and standards will be strictly adhered to. Additional duties include software development for embedded processors not running operating systems. Engineer will provide customer technical support as needed and must have the ability to communicate effectively as well as provide status and schedule reports. Responsibilities will include new product development and design, quality control, technical support and trouble-shooting. [http://www.indeed.com/cmp/SVSI/jobs/Software-Engineer-94f80cb4078817b8 Details]
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| Huntsville, AL
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| careers@svsiav.com
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| October 2012
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| [http://www.mentor.com/embedded-software/ Mentor Graphics Embedded Software Division]
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| Develop bootloader, Linux, software for embedded devices including hardware acceleration, platform level modifications and extensions, and multimedia; Port the Linux kernel to new boards and write new device drivers from scratch; Work closely with customers, sometimes onsite, on bringing up new hardware; Work closely with customers on clarifying their requirements and advising them on a proper solution; Research, select, and integrate open source software components into a coherent total solution; Work with sales and customers to understand and support customer needs and requirements; Analyze project requirements, communicate with customer at early engagement stage to fill in sales with proper technical background as well as provide necessary consulting; Provide support as necessary to create and review Statement of Work content for Services customers.  [http://elinux.org/File:Sr_SW_Eng_-_Job_description.pdf Details]
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| Europe, remote worker possible
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| alison_chaiken@mentor.com
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| December 2012
 
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Revision as of 20:15, 5 October 2012

Embedded Linux Jobs List

Instructions for Employers

This page is intended to provide a place for people or companies to advertise their embedded Linux jobs or contract work. This could include contract work or fulltime employment.

Companies with Linux work are encouraged to provide their information in the table below so that Linux experts may contact them for jobs of interest. Please put an expiration date for the information, so we can remove information when it gets stale. Or even better, when the work is no longer available, please remove your entry from this table.

You can also see Experts registered at this site (if any).

Instructions for Experts

Please use the contact information below, if you are interested in the position or work being advertised.

You can also place your information on the Experts page.

The List

Name of offerer (Company) Position description Location Contact Info Expires date
Linaro Non-for-profit organization formed by key embedded industry players to improve Linux on ARM. Linaro engineers contribute to many upstream components of the embedded Linux ecosystem. Details Working from home anywhere in the world. Requires international travel 4 times a year. careers [at] linaro [dot] org August 2012
Name of offerer (Company) Position description Location Contact Info Expires date
SVSI Develop embedded Linux applications implementing user interfaces to SVSI’s line of networked audio visual products. This will include kernel optimization and driver development on various embedded ARM processors. Appropriate networking protocols and standards will be strictly adhered to. Additional duties include software development for embedded processors not running operating systems. Engineer will provide customer technical support as needed and must have the ability to communicate effectively as well as provide status and schedule reports. Responsibilities will include new product development and design, quality control, technical support and trouble-shooting. Details Huntsville, AL careers@svsiav.com October 2012
Mentor Graphics Embedded Software Division Develop bootloader, Linux, software for embedded devices including hardware acceleration, platform level modifications and extensions, and multimedia; Port the Linux kernel to new boards and write new device drivers from scratch; Work closely with customers, sometimes onsite, on bringing up new hardware; Work closely with customers on clarifying their requirements and advising them on a proper solution; Research, select, and integrate open source software components into a coherent total solution; Work with sales and customers to understand and support customer needs and requirements; Analyze project requirements, communicate with customer at early engagement stage to fill in sales with proper technical background as well as provide necessary consulting; Provide support as necessary to create and review Statement of Work content for Services customers. Details Europe, remote worker possible alison_chaiken@mentor.com December 2012