- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
What You'll Do Cisco provides you an excellent opportunity to take your career dreams forward. You will bring your unusual talents to the group that works on Cisco's Switching technology, which large enterprises now consider to be the Networking Equipment of choice for mission-critical networks. In your role as Lead Software Engineer, you will develop and integrate products that are deployed by some of the leading Enterprises in the world.You will work on networking equipment that forms a crucial backbone of many offices, hospitals, educational and financial institutions. You will work with a BU-wide dynamic technical community, exchanging ideas and innovating on next-gen technology, all the while exploring opportunities for personal growth. Experience the exhilaration of mentoring colleagues and working on cutting-edge technologies.
Who You'll Work With As an integral member of this team, you will work with a team of seasoned engineers. You will have the opportunity to architect, design, and develop some of the world’s most widely deployed Enterprise Switches that are continuously evolving towards enabling the support of newer and exciting customer business paradigms.
You will be interacting and working closely with some of the finest talent pool in the industry – where you will find that work is both fun and meaningful.
Who You Are Excellent quality is what drives you. To ensure this, you have a thorough understanding of distributed/centralized hardware architectures of routers/switches. Your concepts are strong and you have a good knowledge of L2, L3, and MPLS protocols and forwarding infrastructure. You possess the necessary skills to work in a highly collaborative, inclusive, and agile atmosphere in partnership with cross-functional teams.
Experience: 9-12 years
Bachelors degree in CS/EE/EC or technical equivalent.
Ability to write good software in C.
Experience with real-time O/S (VxWorks, pSOS or IOS, Linux, etc.)
Expertise in using Unix/Linux development tools, and Linux virtualization.
Experience in network processor programming, POSIX thread programming.
Excellent knowledge of TCP/IP fundamentals, multicast protocols, network synchronization, segment routing, SDN, manageability (telemetry, gRPC, Netconf/Yang, etc.)
You should have good knowledge about Network Security Protocols like IEEE 802.1x, IEEE 802.1AE, NAT, IPSec etc Having working knowledge in areas like QoS, Netflow and Openflow will help you quickly integrate with the team and its mandate.
Why Cisco We connect everything: people, processes, data, and things. We innovate everywhere, taking ambitious risks to craft the technologies that give us smart cities, connected cars, and handheld hospitals. And we do it in style with unusual personalities who aren’t afraid to change the way the world works, lives, plays and learns.
We are leaders with vision, tech geeks, pop culture aficionados, and we even have a few purple haired rock stars. We celebrate the creativity and diversity that fuels our innovation. We are dreamers and we are doers.
We Are Cisco.
About the company
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We’re proud of this recognition because it means, at Cisco, you will enjoy working flexibly, using our own market-leading collaboration technology to drive innovation; taking advantage of numerous health and wellness resources; pursuing exciting career opportunities, and participating in programs to help your local communities or fulfill philanthropic interests. And, you’ll be doing all of this while being part of a global team that is making a positive difference in the world.
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