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Pracodawca ma prawo zakończyć rekrutację we wcześniejszym terminie.
On any given day, every moment matters to someone, somewhere. And every moment, Motorola Solutions’ innovations, products and services play essential roles in people’s lives. We help firefighters see around buildings and police officers see around street corners. We keep utility workers connected and visible to each other with real-time voice and data communication across the smart grid. And we provide the situational awareness first responders need when a moment brings catastrophe. We help people be their best in their moments that matter.
Department delivers Transport Network and Server Platform layer solutions for Mission Critical and other Communication Products. They are based on LTE Broadband, Tetra, Astro and Mototrbo systems.
Linux Platform Engineer
Job ID: 7001BR
We are looking for professionals for the Linux Platform-oriented Team. This group provides Linux and virtualization products for Astro, Dimetra and PS LTE used by the majority of installations in above systems. As a team member, you will be responsible for development and maintenance of various solutions and products for Linux platforms as well as virtualization using VMWare solutions. The responsibilities also include the development of low-level design, implementing features based on requirements, design, and implementation of tests (unit/functional), writing user manuals, functional testing (manual and automated) and participating in system integration test. The project uses Agile methodologies.
Familiarity with some of the following will be a plus
In return for your expertise, we’ll support you in this new challenge with coaching & development every step of the way. Also, to reward your hard work you’ll get:
Wyrażam zgodę na przetwarzanie moich danych osobowych zawartych w mojej ofercie pracy dla potrzeb niezbędnych do realizacji procesu rekrutacji zgodnie z ustawą z dnia 29 sierpnia 1997 r. o ochronie danych osobowych (tj. Dz. U. z 2014 r. poz. 1182, 1662).