IC Resources Ltd

Senior Compiler Developer

Location
Cambridgeshire
Salary
£50000 - £70000 per annum + + Benefits
Posted
20 Sep 2016
Closes
18 Oct 2016
Ref
J37381
Contact
Alex Fothergill
Job Function
Design
Specialist Area
Software
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Senior Compiler Developer

We are seeking a true expert in compiler development to join a new team based in Cambridge for a global technology company. The team are developing compilers that will greatly improve the performance of CPU, GPU, DSP or other computing units and will be designing new compilers for their own silicon IP.

Compiler developers with expertise in compiler optimization for embedded systems are ideal candidates.

In addition developers will need to be:

- Educated to Bachelors or Masters degree level in a subject such as Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, etc or PhD.

- Experienced in compiler development for at least one of CPU, GPU, DSP, CNN.
- Experienced in compiler development for mobile architectures.
- Knowledge of compiler technologies such as (LLVM, GCC, Clang, JIT, Shaders, etc)

Bonus points will be given to candidates with experience / knowledge in any of the following areas: Machine Learning, Android, Graphics, OpenGL/OpenGL-ES, OpenCL, Direct3D (D3D9-10-11), HSA, etc

This is an excellent opportunity for a compiler developer to join a small team in an establish and extremely successful company.


To apply please send your CV to Alex, compiler and toolchain consultant at IC Resources.

Skills: Compiler Developer, LLVM, GCC, Clan, JIT, Shader, GPU, CPU, DSP, Cambridge. Compiler jobs

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