[JOB] Compiler engineer at Jane Street

Apologies in advance if this is off topic, but I thought this might be
of interest to this group, and I've seen other job announcements on
the list.

Jane Street is looking to hire an experienced compiler engineer to
work on improving the OCaml compiler. The focus would be on
performance-related improvements to the compiler and runtime system.
The job would also include working on other aspects of the compiler
and the supporting toolchain including our internal development tools.
We're particularly interested in people with experience in areas like
optimization, GC and language runtimes, and are happy to consider
candidates who are not (yet) OCaml experts. The position would be
full-time, and could be based in either London or New York.

If you're interested (or know someone I should reach out to), please
email me directly, at yminsky@janestreet.com.

Dear Yaron,

Does this position request or require skills related to LLVM or one of its associated subprojects?

If so, can you clarify what LLVM experience you wish applicants to have?

If not, for future reference, job postings are on-topic if they require/request experience with LLVM, Clang, etc. and are off-topic if they do not.

Either way, best of luck in finding a person for the position.

Regards,

John Criswell

Yaron Minsky wrote:

Apologies in advance if this is off topic, but I thought this might be
of interest to this group, and I've seen other job announcements on
the list.

If the job is llvm-related then you should follow up and clarify that. If it is merely a compiler job but not specifically to do with any llvm technology, then I'm afraid it isn't on topic here.

(Hopefully anyone else wondering which job announcements are on-topic in the future will find this post!)

Nick