[SVLUG-Jobs] GOOGLE: Software Engineer, System Software and Firmware

Cynthia Lucas cinde at google.com
Thu Feb 8 14:31:43 PST 2007

Google is growing! We need world-class software engineers to help us develop
one of the world's largest and most impressive Linux cluster deployments.
You will have a chance to work on the unique challenges involved in building
the system infrastructure that powers our Web search engine, as well as our
many other services. 

Software Engineer, System Software and Firmware 

This position is available in Mountain View, CA

(Relocation assistance will be provided if needed.)

We are looking for experienced system software engineers with a strong
hardware background and extensive experience with PC-class motherboards to
help us bring-up and support new hardware platforms. Our platforms team is
constantly evaluating new hardware options to power Google's increasing
portfolio of services. Your responsibilities will include new chipset and
component evaluation, hardware bring-up, BIOS-level development and
debugging, as well as supporting and developing a large number of
platform-specific tools. You will be expected to straddle the hardware /
software interface with fearless drive, and creativity.
. BS or MS in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering
. 5+ years experience with PC-class hardware and chipsets
. Significant experience in system bring-up and board-level debugging
. Extensive knowledge of PC BIOS internals
. Experience in hardware/firmware testing and validation
. Knowledge of Unix/Linux environments, and device driver development
. Extensive experience programming in C, C++, assembler and scripting
. Knowledge of PCI/PCI-X protocols is desired

For consideration, email cinde at google.com with a formatted attachment of
your resume. 


Why Google?




Google is an Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer 

Cinde Lucas
Engineering Recruiter, Platforms - Systems Software
cinde at google.com | www.google.com/jobs |


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