Open Source DHCP QA Engineer
2019-06-20 - at Internet Systems Consortium — Worldwide/Remote Full-time
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Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) is a public-benefit company whose mission is to support the infrastructure of the Internet. In pursuit of this goal, we have a team dedicated to developing open-source Internet infrastructure software. Our main products are BIND 9, the Internet’s most popular DNS server, and Kea, a modern implementation of the dynamic host configuration protocol, as well as its predecessor ISC DHCP.
ISC follows an equal opportunity employment policy. We employ people without regard to race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations and marital status.
For more information on ISC check out our website, our 2018 Annual Report, or browse the projects in our open Gitlab development system.
We are looking for a QA engineer to work on BIND 9. This engineer will be a core part of the BIND 9 team, assisting the developers with the testing, running the continuous integration jobs and be part of the release engineering.
BIND 9 is the most widely-used Domain Name server on the Internet, used by some of the DNS root system operators, by Internet Service providers and enterprises. The BIND 9 development team contributes to developing the Internet standards for DNS, and BIND 9 is a reference implementation of the standard.
Anywhere. Although ISC is located in Redwood City, California (USA) and a number of staff are based there, most of ISC’s staff work from their homes throughout the rest of the world.
This position is open to anyone regardless of nationality, and is suitable for home working. Note that occasional travel to the company’s USA offices will be required.
To learn more about ISC and its critical role in the Internet community, visit https://www.isc.org.