[Eecs-news-links] Software Engineer, Network Infrastructure (PhD) @ Google (Bay Area CA/ Madison WI)
tina.batten at oregonstate.edu
Tue Nov 13 08:37:50 PST 2018
Software Engineer, Network Infrastructure (PhD)
Bay Area CA/ Madison WI
Network Infrastructure (NetInfra) designs Google's network hardware and the software that runs it. In this role, you'll work on the NetInfra team to deliver Google's next generation networks. You'll work with other skillful, creative people, including many other PhDs, and people who wrote research papers you've read. If you're a PhD student graduating between now and Summer 2019 and this role sounds up your alley, apply today<https://careers.google.com/jobs#!t=jo&jid=/google/software-engineer-network-infrastructure-10-n-livingston-st-madison-wi-53703-usa-4559940179&>! (Note: you can apply for both this role and our standard PhD Software Engineering position<http://g.co/jobs/swephd> if you'd like - the recruiters will help you towards the best fit.
* Design, develop, test, deploy, maintain and improve software.
* Manage individual project priorities, deadlines and deliverables.
* Design software systems that interface with humans, machines and other software.
* PhD in Computer Science or in a related technical discipline, or equivalent practical experience.
* Experience with a large scale systems design in Unix/Linux.
* Development experience in C or C++, with Object Oriented and algorithmic experience.
* Experience with networking software or distributed systems.
* Experience with TCP/IP and network programming.
* Experience with database internals, database language theories, database design, SQL and database programming.
* Experience with building and deploying large-scale systems.
* Understanding of technologies such as virtualization and global infrastructure, load balancing, networking, massive data storage, Hadoop, MapReduce and security.
* Interest in or exposure to networking technologies/concepts such as Software Defined Networking (SDN) and OpenFlow.
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