So we are looking to hire quite a few people into the Desktop team currently. First of all we are looking to hire two graphics engineers to help us work on Linux Graphics drivers. The first of those two jobs is now online on the Red Hat jobs site. This is a job in our core graphics team focusing on RHEL, Fedora and upstream around the Intel, AMD and NVidia open source drivers. This is an opportunity to join a team of incredibly talented engineers working on everything from the graphics system of the Linux kernel and on the userspace bits like Vulkan, OpenGL and Wayland.  The job is listed as Senior Engineer, but for the right candidate we have flexibility there. We also have flexibility for people who want to work remotely, so as long as there is a Red Hat office in your home country you can work remotely for us.  The second job, which we hope to have up soon, will be looking more at ARM graphics and be tied to our automotive effort, but we will be looking at the applications for either position in combination so feel free to apply for the already listed job even if you are more interested in the second one as we will discuss both jobs with potential candidates.

The second job we have up is for – Software Engineer – GPU, Input and Multimedia which is also for joining our Graphics team. This job is targetted at our  office in Brno, Czechia and is a great entry level position if you are interested in the field of graphics. The job listing can be found here and outlines the kind of things we want you to look at, but do expect initially your job will be focused on helping the rest of the team manage their backlog and then grow from there.

The last job we have online now is for the automotive team, where we are looking for someone at the Senior/Principal level to join our Infotainment team, working with car makers around issues related to multimedia and help identifying needs and gaps and then work with upstream communities to figure out how we can resolve those issues. The job is targeted at Madrid, Spain as it is where we hope to center some of the infotainment effort and it makes things easier in terms of hardware access and similar, but for the right candidate we might be open to looking for candidates wanting to work remote or in another Red Hat office. You can find this job listing here.

We expect to be posting further jobs for the infotainment team within a week or two, so I will update once they are up.