Practical experience with development of kernel-mode code for Windows.
Good English, sufficient for written communications with customers in the HelpDesk.
Experience in kernel-mode development on Linux and macOS is welcome but not required.
Experience in speaking English is welcome.
Full-time position with remote work, flexible schedule and negotiable compensation (flat salary + bonus). Visits to the head office of the product owner in the US are possible.
Maintenance of existing software products for the mass market that utilize kernel-mode code.
Testing, reproduction and (when possible) resolution of issues that customers have with the 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.