A candidate looking for C Programming jobs will be accountable for a host of jobs such as embedded systems, developing kernel modules, and also develop libraries for high-level languages. The candidate's main responsibility will be to look into the APIs of the many different environments and apply her/his C skills to come up with modules that are not just efficient and reliable but also easy to maintain. S/he will be responsible for designing as well as building and maintaining capable, reusable, and reliable C code. The aspirant looking to carve a niche for herself/himself in a C programming job will also have to execute performance and quality modules. Apart from this, the candidate will be required to ascertain bottlenecks as well as bugs, and formulate solutions to such issues and challenges. The candidate will also need to help maintain code quality, organization, and automatization. With a strong proficiency in C, and an in-depth knowledge of the language specification, the aspirant waiting to take on a C programming Job should also have a thorough knowledge of the standard library as specified by ISO and ANSI. A good comprehension of memory management in non-garbage collected environments and a knowledge of low-level threading primitives and real-time environments is also a must for a C programmer.