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Hardware Engineering
Tuesday, September 7, 2021
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Description and Requirements

Lenovo Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (uEFI) is the next-generation BIOS which provides a consistent interface across Lenovo’s portfolio and allows more detailed configuration options on Lenovo server products. 

An attractive position is now available for talented engineer with the opportunity working with the cutting-edge Lenovo server technology and its core UEFI development. 

The role will be responsible for the design, development of the latest features for the new UEFI release.

- Excellent system programming skills in C/C++, Linux development environment
- Previous BIOS or uEFI development experience is highly desirable
- Solid knowledge of x86 architecture
- Technical experience with UEFI design, development and documentation experience.
- Smart, quick learner and strong UEFI issue debug skills
- Excellent and professional communication skills; good command of English
- Good knowledge of Intel Xeon server or AMD server

- At least 7 years firmware development experience.
- Bachelor degree in Computer Science and Electronic Engineering or equivalent, or above

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