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(GOOGLE) Sr. Release Engineer (6+ yrs C++, Scripting, Java, Unix)

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Company: Google
Contact: Tod Vanlandingham
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.google.com/intl/en/jobs/eng.html
Job Title: Sr. Release Engineer (6+ yrs C++, Scripting, Linux Reqd)

Job Description: This position is based in Mountain View, CA.

Would you like to be part of one of Google's key software development efforts? This is your opportunity to leverage your deep technical interest and your skill at easily understanding complex systems. In this position, you will be responsible for Release Engineering of our monetization software. Your activities will include reviewing critical new and changed software, tracking and auditing change histories, investigating problems and debugging code, initiating and monitoring unit, regression and user/system level tests, and compiling and up-integrating submitted code into a release branch in our source control system.
Requirements: BS in Computer Science or other technical field.

6+ years experience in software engineering/release engineering/software.

6+ quality engineering/software quality assurance

Extensive knowledge of Unix/Linux (5+ years Exp.)

Excellent knowledge of C++ (6+ yrs.) and Java(5+ yrs.) a must, Python a plus

Perforce Experience highly desired but not required.

Experience in database design and using SQL

Strong familiarity with software configuration management systems/source code version control systems
Ability to work well with developers, test engineers, and non-engineering personnel
Strong organizational and communication skills, both verbal and written

For immediate consideration, please send a MS Word Copy of your Resume to [email protected]

Important: The subject field of your email must include Release Engineer - Mountain View.




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