Smalltalk Jobs – 10/27/17

The Pharo project needs an engineer for 1 year.  Contact Stéphane Ducasse for more info:

Engineer Position 1 year

INRIA RMoD are looking for a full-time engineer for helping with
developing Pharo in the context of IoT.The focus of this job is “Pharo
on embedded and mobile devices for the internet of things”

With Pharo, we have developed over the last two years an interactive,
remote development environment. It allows embedded, headless software
running on typical raspberry pi class hardware to be developed and
debugged in an interactive way. It allows programmers to explore and
change running headless embedded programs from their desktop
development machine.

The next step will be to extend this infrastructure to cover the use
case of industrial use: Deployment. We want to build a middle-ware to
manage, authenticate and script deployed Pharo embedded installations.

The engineer will help to develop the Pharo IoT infrastructure,
especially with a focus on industrial use:

·I mprove Pharo for a platform with an industrial focus.
· Work on a middleware to manage deployed Pharo instances.
·Realize two small demos: First, as an industrial IoT example, a demo
deployed on 20+ devices. Demo 2: Pharo deployed on multiple mobile
autonomous robots.
·Help with creating a website for PharoIOT.

We are looking for a candidate with some prior experience with Pharo.
In addition:

· Knowledge in Dynamic Languages (Pharo is a plus but not required)
·Experience with embedded development is a plus but not required
·English

Work in a research lab, but no paper writing, no teaching, no
administration. In addition:

Centrally located (one hour from Paris, 1h20 from London, 35 min from Brussels)
Try a lot of good beer (our office is just 10km from the border to Belgium)
Program with Pharo all day!
Lille is an active city but not expensive (lot of students…),
centrally located with good connections by train to everywhere
(including CDG and Brussels airports).

Duration: 12 + 12 months
Starting date: Feb or March 2016
Salary: 2600-3200 euros brut (french brutto = potentially one month of
taxe per year) / month, depending on experience – (56000 Euros paid by
the employer before any taxes).
Location: Lille (no remote job possible)

Smalltalk Jobs – 10/22/17

  • Richland, WABWR Engineer IV – Advisory Engineer (Pipeline) – DES02833-PL (Multiple positions are available) at AREVA Front End Business Group
    • Required Skills:
      • Engineer IV: BS in Nuclear Engineering plus 5 – 7 years experience reactor physics or fuel management engineering experience. An advanced engineering degree may be substituted for related work experience (MS 1-2 yrs. or PhD 1-3 yrs.)
      • Principal Engineer: BS in Nuclear Engineering plus 7-10 years experience reactor physics or fuel management engineering experience. An advanced engineering degree may be substituted for related work experience (MS 1-2 yrs. or PhD 1-3 yrs.)
      • Advisory Engineer: BS in Nuclear Engineering plus 12+ years experience reactor physics or fuel management engineering experience. An advanced engineering degree may be substituted for related work experience (MS 1-2 yrs. or PhD 1-3 yrs.)
      • Familiarity with computer systems, e.g., personal computers, HP workstations, UNIX, LINUX or other operating systems.
      • Proficient with C/C++ and FORTRAN computer languages.
      • Must possess good verbal and written communication skills.
      • Must have a pro-active approach to problem identification and resolution.
      • Must have ability and attitude to learn a variety of new procedures, processes, and tools, while maintaining various stages of production.
      • Must be able to work well in a fast-paced team environment.
      • Proficiency with MS WORD and EXCEL.
      • Familiarity with fundamentals of light water reactor (LWR) neutronics/thermal hydraulics numerical methods.
    • Wanted Skills:
      • A wide range of other skills related to the position, including Smalltalk
  • Fremont, CASoftware Engineer Intern (94443) at Rudolph Technologies, Inc.
    • Required Skills:
      • Obtaining a BS, MS in electrical engineering, computer science, software engineering or related field
      • Good knowledge of object-oriented design methods and languages
      • Basic knowledge of real-time operating system, hardware and software interface, real-time control, motion control.
      • The ability to effectively use Windows based applications
      • Evidence of strong analytical, problem solving, influence, teamwork, business partnering, and communication skills (both written and verbal)
      • The ability to work and deliver results in a dynamic, cross functional, team orientated environment
      • Knowledge and interest in the semiconductor industry
      • A genuine interest in advanced technology and an on-going desire to learn
    • Wanted Skills:
      • Smalltalk
      • Adobe Acrobat
      • PhotoShop
Good luck with your job hunting,
James T. Savidge

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