— Practical experience with development of kernel-mode code for Linux.
— Good English, sufficient for written communications with English-speaking colleagues and using English-speaking sources of information.
Experience with both Linux and FreeBSD kernels including macOS kernel is welcome but not required.
— A service contract with the UK branch
— Compensation includes a monthly salary (payment interval is negotiable to accommodate to Ukrainian laws) and a yearly bonus
— Paid Time Off for sick days and vacations (two weeks + negotiable extra)
— Flexible daily and weekly schedule
— Friendly and helpful environment, both remote and local in Ukraine
— Visits to the US headquarters are possible after the covid restrictions are lifted
— Compensation starting from 3500 US/mo, everything above is subject to negotiations
— Porting of existing software products, which utilize kernel-mode driver code, to Linux and macOS
— Maintenance of the ported software products
— Testing, reproduction and (when possible) resolution of issues that customers have with the ported products (kernel-mode drivers or user-mode modules)
The line of products that currently belong to Callback Technologies, Inc. Most of the products utilize own kernel-mode drivers, built in-house by Allied Bits engineers.