Compiler Engineer - Remote
The compiler team within Software and Advanced Technology Group, at Intel has an opportunity available for a Remote Compiler Engineer. This is a great opportunity to on work on cutting-edge technologies to design, develop, debug, test compiler software and programming languages.
You will be working on advanced compiler optimizations and features specific for Intel Architectures, parallelization and vectorization through compilers, new programming languages support.
As an engineer in this role, you will have an opportunity to work and collaborate with hardware engineering teams, external partners and be a member of communities developing compilers, participate in language and standard groups.
Your responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
Design and development of Clang FE, DPC++, SYCL technologies and tools
Development of test cases to cover new functionality and to increase code coverage.
Work with other compiler engineers and architects.
Work on other compiler technologies
Design, develop, debug and test compiler software and programming languages e.g. advanced compiler optimizations and features specific for Intel Architectures, parallelization and vectorization through compilers, new programming languages support.
May work directly with companies and communities developing compilers, participate in language and standard groups.
You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates.
Bachelor's with 5+ years of experience, a Master's with 4+ years of experience, or a Ph.D. with 2+ years of experience in compiler development
Degree must be in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, Computational Sciences or related technical discipline
5+ years of experience in C/C++, object-oriented programming
Experience working on compiler development such as Clang, LLVM, Fortran, GCC or similar tools.
Experience with vectorization and parallel programming models such as OpenMP, SYCL, CUDA or GPU programming
Experience with performance analysis, optimization, and debugging
Knowledge of x86 instruction set architecture and Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX)