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Date: 31 Dec 2006 09:29:48 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs
Posted-Date: 31 Dec 2006 09:29:48 EST

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Subject: Technical Lead Compiler position at Cisco, San Jose
Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2006 09:32:42 -0800
From: "Sarah Bulloch -X \(sbulloch - Spherion at Cisco\)" <>

I am a recruiter with Cisco and am looking for the following for a
position in San Jose. At this point in time the manager is only
considering local candidates or candidates that will cover relo. If
anyone is interested, please email your resume. Thanks.

Senior lead engineer in the compiler, language tools area.
Expert in C/C++, assembler language, build and maintain GCC compiler,
compiler (FSF/GCC) technology; in depth knowledge on computer
architecture in relationship to compiler for performance and operational
considerations; experience in building, maintaining, release operations
of massive software systems; expert user of PERL, shell and other
scripting languages; expert on GNU development tools (e.g. gdb); good
understanding of real-time OS & software. General knowledge of IOS,
software debugging on routers, router configurations/operations.

Leadership, good communication and presentation skills, good people
skills to assist end users, proactive and thorough, self-initiated,
visionary, receptive to new technologies/ideas. Candidate must be a team
player, willing to perform all tasks to get the job done.

Applies extensive experience as a compiler specialist to develop
programming language related products with Cisco products as well as
third party products. Ability to provide technical leadership at the
cross-functional level. Initiates informal reviews of ideas and
technical objectives within and across business units. Work is performed
without appreciable direction. Exercises considerable latitude in
determining technical objectives of assignment. Completed work is
reviewed by management and through consultation for results. Technical
and Functional /Cross Functional Knowledge, partnership & champion
improvements. Demonstrate leadership, solve problems & make decisions.
Interfaces cross-functionally and leads collaboration extending beyond
workgroup. Inspires team/organization success through positive feedback
and constant support. Client resolution requires excellent verbal and
professional presentation skills. Able to represent Cisco by
communicating technical business capabilities and strategies externally.
Responsible for technical decisions that will affect project, functional
unit and/or deadlines. Is viewed as a technical resource by peers in the
same organization. Partners with client groups in a team setting, taking
ownership of their objectives to achieve business results. Evaluates and
sells alternative solutions, effectively influencing outcomes Uses
acquired professional knowledge to determine method for issue
resolution. Exercises judgment within defined standards of the industry.
Uses expertise and creativity for innovative product recommendation and
solutions. Applies knowledge of Cisco's business strategies.
Typically requires BSEE/CS or equivalent with 10+ years relevant
experience in internetworking technologies and applications.

Sarah Bulloch
Sr Recruiter, CDO
Talent Acquisition and Management
Phone :972-813-1394

2200 George Bush Freeway
Richardson, Texas 75082
United States <>

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