Compiler Jobs in Web3

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Job Position Company Posted Location Salary Tags

Gate.io

APAC

$54k - $110k

Nethermind

London, United Kingdom

$105k - $150k

Nomic Foundation

Remote

$120k - $230k

Monad

New York, NY, United States

$84k - $120k

Monad

New York, NY, United States

$91k - $115k

Synapse International

Remote

$72k - $112k

Matter Labs

Remote

$72k - $115k

Fuel Labs

Web3

$72k - $112k

Solana Labs

Chicago, IL, United States

$11k - $72k

Solana Labs

San Francisco, CA, United States

$122k - $150k

Matter Labs

EU

$90k - $120k

Aztec

remote

$72k - $112k

Matter Labs

EU

$72k - $100k

Aztec

London, United Kingdom

$54k - $75k

Solana Labs

Chicago, IL, United States

$67k - $100k

Status

London, United Kingdom

$27k - $67k

Fuel Labs

Remote

$72k - $110k

Parity Technologies

Berlin, Germany

$63k - $73k

Zilliqa

remote

$72k - $100k

Fuel Labs

Remote

$36k - $75k

Harmony

Remote

$54k - $80k

Radix DLT

Remote

$60k - $150k

Radix DLT

Remote

$60k - $150k

Provable
$200k - $274k
San Francisco
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The Role

Provable is seeking talented Compiler Engineers to build Leo, a domain-specific language that abstracts the complexities of zero-knowledge proofs and allows developers to intuitively build applications on the Aleo blockchain. You will play a critical role in the design of the Leo language, from adding fundamental features to incorporating advanced language concepts. You will research novel optimizations, improve internal abstractions, and develop better tooling for the Leo compiler.

You should have a passion for open-source software and programming languages. You will collaborate with a core group of stakeholders and make decisions that will define the future of Leo. Your work will empower developers to build novel applications on Aleo.

Responsibilities

  • Design and develop new language-level features in Leo, ranging from standard features like type inference to more advanced ones like first-class functions.

  • Improve the quality of the Leo compiler, including its internal abstractions, optimizations, and code generation passes. These will include well known ideas like compile time function evaluation as well as new concepts like datatype restructuring.

  • Work with internal and external teams to improve the developer experience and tooling for Leo.

  • Contribute to and maintain high-quality technical documentation to educate and empower Leo Developers.
What we’re looking for

  • Strong background in engineering, with an emphasis on compilers, programming languages or language-related tools.

  • A foundation in blockchain concepts and, ideally, experience contributing to or working on a blockchain project.

  • 1+ years of experience working in an engineering organization.

  • Ability to clearly communicate and document your thoughts and code.

  • Proficiency in Rust.

  • Ability to come into the SF office 3-5 days a week.
Salary & Benefits

  • $200K—$275K plus an equity package — determined through the interview process after a review of experience, knowledge, skills, as well as alignment with market data.
  • Monthly budget for expenses (home office setup & supplies, transportation, fitness & personal well-being, continued learning, etc.).
  • Comprehensive, top-tier healthcare coverage.
  • Flexible vacation policy.
  • Ability to attend major industry conferences and global events at the company’s expense.
  • Regular team off-sites and retreats.

NOTE: We can not sponsor visas of any kind at this time.


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What is compiler job?

The job of a compiler engineer involves designing, implementing, and maintaining compiler software

This may include adding new features and optimizations, fixing bugs, and collaborating with other team members to integrate the compiler with other software tools and systems

A compiler engineer is a software engineer who specializes in the development of compilers

A compiler is a program that translates source code written in a high-level programming language into machine code that can be executed by a computer

Compiler engineers typically work on a wide range of tasks, including low-level optimization, code generation, and program analysis

They may also be involved in developing compilers for new programming languages or architectures

Strong problem-solving and analytical skills, as well as a deep understanding of computer science and programming principles, are important for success in this role

The responsibilities of a compiler engineer may include:

  1. Designing and implementing new compiler features and optimizations.
  2. Maintaining and improving existing compiler codebase.
  3. Debugging and fixing compiler issues and bugs.
  4. Collaborating with other team members to integrate the compiler with other software tools and systems.
  5. Writing and maintaining documentation for the compiler.
  6. Performing code reviews and providing feedback to other team members.
  7. Conducting research on new compiler technologies and techniques.

What is compiler job?

The job of a compiler engineer involves designing, implementing, and maintaining compiler software

This may include adding new features and optimizations, fixing bugs, and collaborating with other team members to integrate the compiler with other software tools and systems

A compiler engineer is a software engineer who specializes in the development of compilers

A compiler is a program that translates source code written in a high-level programming language into machine code that can be executed by a computer

Compiler engineers typically work on a wide range of tasks, including low-level optimization, code generation, and program analysis

They may also be involved in developing compilers for new programming languages or architectures

Strong problem-solving and analytical skills, as well as a deep understanding of computer science and programming principles, are important for success in this role

The responsibilities of a compiler engineer may include:

  1. Designing and implementing new compiler features and optimizations.
  2. Maintaining and improving existing compiler codebase.
  3. Debugging and fixing compiler issues and bugs.
  4. Collaborating with other team members to integrate the compiler with other software tools and systems.
  5. Writing and maintaining documentation for the compiler.
  6. Performing code reviews and providing feedback to other team members.
  7. Conducting research on new compiler technologies and techniques.