RISC-V Documentation Build & Release Engineer (Contractor)
We’re looking for a Build and Release Engineer to join the RISC-V technical team. In this role, you will participate as a key contributor to the RISC-V Technical Documentation efforts, completing and ensuring compliance of RISC-V’s documentation processes. You will help create and maintain a detailed process for generating PDF and HTML documentation. You will ensure compliance with RISC-V policies and you will provide professional, timely, and accurate communication to stakeholders.
This role will be responsible for the CI/CD infrastructure and pipelines across all of RISC-V’s documentation efforts including RISC-V specifications, standards, developer guides, and whitepapers. This includes building tools and libraries and integrating multiple pipelines and technologies to enable engineering teams to compile documentation quickly and reliably.
In this role you will be a strategic partner to the RISC-V CTO and work as a part of the RISC-V technical team.
Role And Responsibilities
- Design, build, and maintain the core CI/CD tooling used by our 40+ working groups
- Streamline deployments for multiple documents across different GitHub branches and sandbox environments
- Work with our existing build scripts, implementing performance improvements and experimenting with new technologies
- Configure and maintain CI/CD and testing infrastructure
- Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field, or equivalent experience
- Experience with documentation markup languages
- Ability to write, integrate, and maintain pipelines for CI/CD
- Ability to design and implement modular and easily extensible solutions
- Strong understanding of software engineering methodologies
- Ability to present complex technical information in a clear and concise manner
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Bachelor’s degree in EE, ECE, or CS
- Open source software development experience
- Experience documenting hardware specifications or standards
- Experience with LaTeX or Asciidoc
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
To apply for this job please visit www.linuxfoundation.org.