Technical Lead for Cloud Foundation Services

HAIFA, HEFA

About the job

Would you like to have a real impact on industry-leading middleware, cloud, and mobile offerings?
Our team has been pivotal in revolutionizing IBM’s state-of-the-art cloud technologies (e.g., Docker, Cloud Foundry, microservices, etc.) and new-generation distributed systems like Blockchain. We move at a dynamic pace, focusing on exploring technologies, rapid prototyping, performance evaluation, and continuous releases into the IBM Cloud platform. Much of our breakthrough research is published and patented.Job responsibilities
  • Research and develop cloud technologies for large-scale distributed systems and mobile platforms
  • Inspire and enable changes in cloud foundation services for the next generation of IBM’s Bluemix Cloud.
Candidate qualifications
  • MS or PhD with 3+ years related industry experience
  • Good understanding of systems programming including distributed systems, multithreading, networking, performance analysis, etc.
  • Demonstrated proficiency and programming experience in C, C++ or Java, Knowledge of OOP
  • Open source contribution is an advantage
Capabilities
  • Proven technical leadership
  • Innovative thinking and self-learning skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
IBM Research – HaifaIBM Research – Haifa, with locations in Haifa and Tel Aviv, is the largest IBM Research lab outside the US. Our exciting projects focus on healthcare, augmented reality, debating technologies, cloud computing and object storage, computer vision, video analytics, affective computing, quality, security, and more. This is the place where your research ideas can come to life and make a difference in countries around the world. For more information about IBM Research, visit www.ibm.com/research.
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Group ID: IBM Research
Job Family: Not Applicable

Type: Full-Time

Experience: Mid-Senior Level

Category: Research

Reference ID: 29710BR

Date Posted: 01/11/2017