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Full-time Software Engineer for BIND 9Published at 25.09.2020 - Viewed: 640 times - Internet Systems Consortium (Worldwide/Remote)
We are looking for a software engineer to work on BIND 9. This engineer will be a core part of the development team, assisting in the development of new features as well as maintenance of the program.
BIND 9 is the most widely-used Domain Name server on the Internet, operators of the DNS root system, 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.
- Working with the team to design and develop new features
- Reviewing code changes
- Responding to bug reports from a variety of sources and fixing bugs
- Assisting in release engineering
- Assisting in project planning
- Acting as on-call escalation engineer (eventually)
- Participating in organizations such as the IETF to develop Internet protocols
- Spoken and written English allowing at conversation level
- Experience with C development, preferably at C11 level
- Knowledge about the DNS protocol
- Knowledge about multiprocessor programming
- Familiarity with Unix/BSD/Linux operating systems
- Self-motivation and self-control when working from home
- Specific experience of BIND 9
- Practical experience with Git
- Experience of network programming on Windows
- Experience of network programming with libuv
- Experience with cryptography and programming with OpenSSL
- Experience with Python
- Knowledge about networking, both from a theoretical as well as a practical standpoint
- Familiarity with open source tools and working environments
What We Use (In Alphabetical Order)
Address Sanitizer, Autotools, Clang Static Analyzer, cmocka, Coverity, Cppcheck, Docker, Flamethrower, GDB, Git, GitLab, GnuPG, libvirt, mock, Packer, QEMU, respdiff, RPM, rr, ShellCheck, Sphinx-doc, Thread Sanitizer, Wireshark
Adequate experience in a scientific or technical subject, can include relevant coursework.
Location/Hours of Working
Anywhere. Although ISC is located in the United States, most of ISC’s staff work from their homes throughout the rest of the world and ISC doesn’t have regular office space.
With staff working from many time zones, there are no set hours of work. We require that staff work forty hours a week but, within parameters set by their manager (e.g. available for meetings, having some overlap with other members of the team), staff are able to choose their own working hours. Many of the ISC staff have small children at home, so we do understand there might be some volatility in working hours.
This position is open to anyone regardless of nationality, and is suitable for home working. Note that occasional international travel will be required to attend company and team meetings and/or conferences. In the past these have been held in the USA and in Europe.
To learn more about ISC and its critical role in the Internet community, visit https://www.isc.org.