Software Engineer - Networking (Multiple Positions & Levels)

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Career Development Partners
Great opportunity with a growing public company!
Network Software Engineer - Multiple positions & Levels (Raleigh / Durham, NC., area)
Responsible for the engineering of Layer 3 routing protocols for an SDN controller product line, within a modern, scalable, carrier-class software platform.
Responsibilities include the design and implementation of network features within the SDN controller product line. Duties include:
Working closely with customers, support and product management
Driving the product development of new SDN technology
Participating in system-wide architecture definition to ensure consistency across all components
Working with Tier-1 customers to further refine new features and products
Education: Master degree or higher in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering from an accredited university
Required Skills and Experience: Generally, the Network Software Engineer requires 5 to 10+ years of experience, including a minimum of five years experience in the following:
Developing switch/router control/data plane software
Working with Layer 3 networking protocols (IPv4/IPv6, BGP, OSPF, IS-IS, MPLS, RSVP-TE)
Developing Linux/BSD/Unix OS software solutions
Programming in C for commercial applications
Developing in a unicast or multicast routing environment
Working with Tier-1 customers to identify solutions to complex networking problems
Working across the software development lifecycle (design/implementation/test) to develop new Layer 3 functionality
Minimum 5 years programming in:
Linux kernel
Prior experience programming or working with the following:
SDN/Open Flow
Network technologies specific to data centers
Agile Development Methodology
Engineers serving in this role should possess a demonstrated ability to learn new technology platforms. Additionally, they must adhere to software quality standards and review processes. Employment Visa Status: Candidates currently authorized to work in the US are encouraged to apply.

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