[Perl] open positions at Intel!

Nofar, Alvit alvit.nofar at intel.com
Wed Feb 27 22:15:05 PST 2002

Open positions at Intel!

We are looking for a Unix Engineer at Intel Petach Tikva (CCDi) and a Client
Engineer at Intel Haifa.


Unix Engineer: 

The Unix Engineer will be a member in a team that designs, deploys &
sustains UNIX platforms according to CCD/WCCG needs, with the complete suite
of Engineering Computing department. This includes Solaris, Linux, NFS, AFS.
Duties will include new technologies evaluation, operating system
installation, troubleshooting, backup, tools development, Environment setup
and other support-related tasks. 

What the Unix Guru should have? 

 Computing-related degree or other faculties excellent graduates. 

At lease 3 years of Unix system management experience. 

Proven scripting capabilities in perl csh and sh. 

Unix system programming a plus. 

Good written and verbal communication skills on technical subjects. 


Client Engineer: 

Develop an integrated set of development tools for Engineering Computing
Software groups. be directly involved with the development and
implementation of supporting technologies for change/release management
automation, such as code management, software distribution, and release
tracking tools. Support and update a cross-site set of software development
tools for EC customers for Windows* 2000 and NT.

What the client engineer should have?

Computing-related degree

good understanding of the Windows* NT operating environments

Knowledge of software engineering concepts, code management methods, and
process development 

Familiarity with working in a UNIX environment


For more details about these positions and other open positions at Intel,
pls. Refer to Intel website- www.intel.co.il <http://www.intel.co.il/> 

For sending resumes, pls. use: Israel.hiring at intel.com
<mailto:Israel.hiring at intel.com>  

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