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Job of the Week: Computer & Information Analyst at University of Cincinnati

UCThe University of Cincinnati is seeking a Computer & Information Analyst in our Job of the Week.

“The Department of Physics at the University of Cincinnati is seeking to fill the position of Computer and Information Analyst II. We have a number of faculty and graduate students who do high performance computing at supercomputer centers. This position has other duties but  a primary goal is to find someone to help support the research efforts.”

This full-time staff position will have the following responsibilities:

  • Support the computing hardware and software infrastructure for teaching laboratories and undergraduate research. 
  • Support Computing Infrastructure (Hardware & Software) for Faculty and Graduate Student Research
  • Hire, Train and Supervise Student Workers to Support Day-to-Day Computer Operations
  • Assist Research Groups with Planning, Installation, Configuration and Modification of Computers, Local Network Equipment and Printing Facilities

The University of Cincinnati was the first institution west of the Appalachian mountains to offer a PhD in Physics. We are located just north of downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, a scenic city of “Seven Hills” nestled in the Ohio River Valley with a remarkable range of cultural and recreational activities. Our undergraduate program is small and friendly, an oasis in a large institution. Our flexible BS and BA degrees prepare students for a variety of careers. Independent research is required for the degree; many take this opportunity to work with faculty on forefront research, and the majority go on to highly ranked PhD programs. Our graduate program focuses mainly on the PhD. In addition to the research areas inside the department, interdisciplinary options in chemistry, medical imaging, physics education, and engineering are available.

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