[LLVMdev] A message to post please (EDITED, thanks): "Position available: C / C++ Developer: Compiler & Tools SDK"
clattner at apple.com
Thu Feb 2 11:13:06 PST 2012
On Feb 2, 2012, at 2:21 AM, Andrew Gifford wrote:
> Hope you can help. Grateful for your time.
Andrew, you can see it on the list yourself. This email is also posted to the list as well. Everything you write is going straight to the public list.
> I was in touch recently requesting the drop opportunity below be shared
> with your distribution list (it was originally declined as hadn't provided
> sufficient context about LLVM. I provided the edited version, below, on
> 27th of January).
> Please can you confirm, has this been sent out to your distribution list?
> We have not had much response, so I just wanted to be sure! You would be
> willing to consider any additional edit requests or suggestions in order
> to satisfy your requirements.
> Thank you in advance for your time and assistance.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andrew Gifford [mailto:andrew at hendronwood.co.uk]
> Sent: 27 January 2012 14:09
> To: 'llvmdev at cs.uiuc.edu'
> Subject: A message to post please (EDITED, thanks): "Position available: C
> / C++ Developer: Compiler & Tools SDK"
> Position available: C / C++ Developer: Compiler & Tools SDK
> Compiler and Tools development cutting edge performance analysis and
> visualisation SDK. Latest embedded, multi-core, parallel and high
> performance computing technologies. Well funded emerging software tool
> vendor, with a unique proposition and a bright future.
> Location: Bristol, South West UK
> Salary: £32,000 - £37,500 (permanent employment) Start date:
> Environment: C, C++, Assembly, compilers, tools, SDK, LLVM, DSP, hardware
> resource utilisation.
> Successful proof of concept and ongoing commitments from major customers
> has created an innovative new C / C++ Developer role within an emerging
> business with considerable expertise, strong market opportunity and
> radically effective products.
> Advances in modern computer hardware, particularly the advent of
> multi-core and parallel computing CPU / GPU architectures has created a
> significant issue for organisations and software development
> professionals, and in turn a strong market opportunity: analysing
> application code performance, re-engineering and optimising the code to
> take advantage of today’s and tomorrow’s computing capabilities.
> Reporting to the CTO, your main remit is contributing to core development
> of two software products, both targeted at applications developers: the
> compilers and core functionality for data and hardware performance
> analysis and visualisation SDK, and optimised software libraries. The main
> product is a development tool to analyse software source code. This
> product is implemented using the LLVM framework to allow many target
> languages to be supported and to make use of the optimisation engines and
> developments that operate on the LLVM IR.
> An extreme / pair programming methodology has been adopted, for the best
> performance and innovation. This also promotes an expert collaborate team
> environment, with freedom to contribute fresh ideas and input challenges
> towards product development.
> You'll be working at the forefront of embedded and hardware technologies,
> addressing significant problems for major corporations and software
> development professionals worldwide. As the produce range evolves and
> expands, you will be contributing to many core and associated areas of
> functionality right across compilers, tools and SDK technologies.
> Urgently sought:
> Excellent C, C++ and low level Assembly. A strong working knowledge of
> LLVM, and experience of developing engines to operate on the LLVM IR.
> Strong compiler optimisation engine development skills would be a bonus.
> Complete software development life-cycle skills, including testing and
> debugging. Self-starter, excellent time management and prioritisation
> abilities. Flexibility and commitment to the success of a young growing
> Salary and benefits:
> £32,000 - £37,500 joining salary. Stock options. 25 days annual leave. 12
> month salary review. Continuous learning and development. Career
> progression to potentially include team or technology leadership as the
> business grows.
> If this sounds like you, or someone you know:
> Please send a CV to the managing recruitment partner, Hendron Wood
> Resource Solutions: http://www.hendronwood.com/vacancy.php?ref=1415AG
> Selected applicants will be contacted for initial consultation by
> telephone prior to interview in Bristol, UK (initial telephone/video
> interview may be possible for those further afield). Enquiries are
> welcomed, on +44 (0)7710 794225, or by email: andrew at hendronwood.co.uk.
> The employer is only able to consider applicants already holding full
> clearance for employment in the UK.
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