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The Linux Kernel Engineer is responsible for debugging and pre-analyzing Performance Defects occurring in the system during the development lifecycle. In addition, he is in charge of Analysis, Implementation & Verification of Resource Management SW Configuration based on the design from SW Architecture. He is doing KPI pass / fail criteria analysis in cooperation with SW Domains and KPI TraceMarker verification.
You are driven to high-quality deliverable and like taking initiative.
Your tasks & responsibilities
We’re looking for someone who owns it and takes it to the next level not just someone that wants a job.
Linux Kernel & User Space SW Performance – You will carry out analysis according to the Performance Backlog and allocate analyzed Performance Errors under valid SW domain for bug fixing.
Trace & Debugging tools & architecture – You will validate the Performance specific Trace & Debug architecture & tools.
You will review the SW code and design concepts and apply state-of-the-art methods to ensure and optimize SW quality. Python knowledge is also beneficial.
As an ideal candidate you have a Bachelor’s degree in Computer science or other relevant (IT related) specialization along with solid knowledge of Linux Kernel & User Space SW Performance in a software development project.
Still, if you have at least 5 years of experience in software development with focus on embedded Kernel systems, we will help you figure out the rest!