Senior System Software Engineer – Power Management
Santa Clara, CA
NVIDIA has been transforming computer graphics, PC gaming, and accelerated computing for more than 25 years. It’s a unique legacy of innovation that’s fueled by leading technology—and amazing people. Today, we’re tapping into the unlimited potential of AI to define the next era of computing. An era in which our GPU acts as the brains of computers, robots, and self-driving cars that can understand the world. Doing what’s never been done before takes vision, innovation, and the world’s best talent.
We are now looking for a Senior System Software Engineer! NVIDIA is searching for a world-class system software engineer to join the GPU System Perf and Power Management Software team. As a GPU system software engineer, you will work with a team of versatile software and hardware engineers involving a wide variety of technologies. You will play a key role in power management software architecture, design and implementation; and support the GPU architecture and validation of our next generation of processors before they are made to launching the product.
What You Will Be Doing:
Define, design and develop GPU system software components with focus on power and performance.
Drive end-to-end GPU power management features from idea to productization including chip bring up.
Drive and resolve complex technical issues independently across multiple teams and technical disciplines.
Influence next generation GPU architecture and system software by creating internal architecture specification and design specification.
Collaborate and communicate effectively with local and remote teams.
What We Need To See:
5 years of industry experience in system software or related field.
B.S. or higher degree (or equivalent experience) in Computer Science/Engineering and related field.
Strong programming skills in C, in depth knowledge low level firmware development concepts like interrupt handling, memory management and HW programming following datasheet.
Solid background in operating system internals, device driver, real-time embedded operating system, algorithms and data structures.
Must be able to work closely with both hardware designers as well as other driver engineers to create new features and solutions.
Ways To Stand Out From The Crowd:
Architecture and design experience in software power management and optimization. Working experience with Datacenter Power Management is plus.
Prior experience in designing real-time software controllers.
Working experience in system software, operating system internals, kernel modules, and device driver.