INRIA RMOD is looking for a full-time engineer for helping with Pharo
development. As researchers, we need a really great
system to explore new ideas with. The job of the engineer is to help
us by improving the infrastructure we use for our work.
What this of course means is that it's kind of a cool job: work in a
research lab, but no paper writing, no teaching,
no administration. In addition:
- live in France (one hour from Paris, 1h20 from London, 35 min
- try a lot of good beers (our office is just 10km from the border
- french food
- code all the day in Smalltalk and a bit of C
Apparently from what the DHR services told us, the salary will depend
on years of expertise and diplomas.
We can think that 2700 Euros (before final taxes) should be a good
working number for a candidate of the experience
we are looking for. In France the employer pays already social
security and pension.
So the salary already includes lots (and lots) of deductions compared
to e.g. a german brutto salary.
Lille is an active city but not expensive (lot of students...),
centrally located with good connections
by train to everywhere (including CDG and Brussels airports).
The job will to continue making Pharo better
- better tools
- better network support
- better compiler infrastructure
- improve the VM
- help with day-to-day bug fixing and constant improvement
Therefore we are looking for a candidate with some years of Smalltalk
(possible Pharo/Squeak) background.