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Linux Kernel Software Engineers

Linux Kernel Software Engineers Urgently Sought! World Leading Development Organisation! Cambridge Base! Linux Kernel Software Engineers are urgently sought by this leading virtualisation developer to be based at their R+D HQ in Cambridge. The Linux Kernel Software Engineers will be working in both user space and kernel space responsible for developing new features for these award - winning products. As Linux Kernel Software Engineers you will be joining a group of extremely talented Engineers committed to keeping this product at the forefront of this exciting technology area.


The successful applicant will have extremely strong Linux kernel development skills coupled with great C experience. You will also have good networking skills and be a keen contributor to the open-source community. You should have a real interest in virtualisation, storage or cloud computing. Any exposure to SAN, Fibre Channel, iSCSI or NPIV would be beneficial.


An excellent working environment that will really stretch you development talents awaits the successful candidates as does an excellent basic salary, full benefits and career progression. For more information please contact Adrian Wagstaff on 01189 840948 or email your CV to adrian.wagstaff@ic-resources.com.

Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk

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  • Cambridge, England - Cambridgeshire, England
  • Permanent
  • JO-1811-135959_icr
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