Software Engineer (LLVM, compiler, C++)
Compiler Development /
Access Softek is a recognized name with an established reputation in the LLVM community.
From early on in LLVM’s origins, we have worked on a number of projects such as a front-end compiler, back-end code generation / optimizations, linkers, code instrumentation, and did so with a focus of targeting different platforms - from well-known platforms to those that are new, quite unique and not yet publicly available.
We "own" and host the LLVM Lab, and orchestrate the continued integration (LLVM buildbot) for all projects under the LLVM umbrella.
We are growing our team, and are looking for experienced Software Engineers to work on the LLVM and Clang based toolchain. Our product is a set of instruments that includes the Clang compiler, a linker, tools, and libraries adapted and optimized to build safe, efficient applications.
As a member of the toolchain team, you will:
- analyze the requirements, research, design, enhance and implement different components of the toolchain to meet the clients needs;
- extend the open source LLVM, Clang, binutils code bases to support the client's platform;
- closely collaborate with the LLVM community and contribute public patches to the LLVM and Clang repository;
- analyze, build and debug the platform code and platform specific tests, analyze and identify system level issues;
- develop new and maintain the existing target specific tests.
- expert knowledge of C/C++;
- in-depth understanding of multithreading, object-oriented analysis and design;
- version control systems;
- good self-motivation, ability to work independently;
- strong track record of building high performance, production quality software;
- passion for writing clean and effective code;
- good English, strong communication and teamwork skills.
Nice to have qualifications:
- knowledge of the C++11 / C++14/C++17 features;
- experience in overall design of compilers, code generation and optimization;
- cross-compilation using GCC or Clang;
- knowledge of assemblers, linkers, object file formats, debuggers and experience using them;
- familiarity with *nix tools, CMake, make;
- scripting languages such as Python and bash.
- Work from anywhere in the world!
- Flexible working hours
- Experienced development teams
- Long-term employment
- Competitive salary
- Paid vacation and days off on national holidays
- Paid sick leave and internal medical insurance policy
- Mental health coverage
- Global corporate events for all staff
- Compensation for training and additional education
- Community of practice, regular knowledge sharing among colleagues
- Provision of computer equipment
- Internet compensation (50$ per month)
- Relocation compensation package to be discussed individually
- And other benefits, described in detail in the Staff Handbook