— Strong programming skills in C and C++.
— Hands-on experience with the software development lifecycle, with focus on SDK.
— Effective in a matrix-managed organization.
— Detail-oriented and comfortable multitasking in a dynamic environment with shifting priorities and changing requirements.
— Excellent communication and technical presentation skills.
— Motivated, responsive, and keen on process improvement.
— Strong analytical, debugging and problem-solving skills.
— 5+ years in a similar or related role.
— B.Sc. in Computer Science or SW/Computer Engineering.
— Background in Linux Operating Systems and/or Security.
— Experience in CI methodology & servers (e.g. Gerrit, Jenkins etc.).
— Background with networking and low level programming.
— Competitive salary.
— NVIDIA shares.
— Official employment, 28 days of paid vacation, paid sick leaves, company paid maternity leave for mothers and fathers.
— Premium medical insurance for employees and their children/spouses.
— Life insurance.
— Professional courses at Ivy League universities.
— Trainings and lectures.
— English classes.
— Personalized career development plan.
— Wellbeing programs.
— Annual performance, position, and salary reviews.
— Comfortable office in the city center (Leonardo Business Centre, near metro Teatralna and Zoloti Vorota).
— Ability to work remotely.
— Loyal Team Leader, always ready to teach and to help.
And these are not all the benefits that you will receive by joining NVIDIA!
Manage the team both personally and professionally, with a focus on research & development of cyber-security features and high-performance computing. This role allows you to not only mentor and lead new team members, but also to be hands-on and engineer the next generation technology in this domain.
NVIDIA is searching for an outstanding Team Lead / Software Manager to expand the Data Processing Unit (DPU) force. As a team lead, you will work with a group of hardworking software engineers for a wide range of features related to cyber security and embedded systems to develop the next generation Data Center on a Chip Architecture (DOCA) used in advanced data centers across the world.