The University of Cincinnati is seeking a Computer & Information Analyst in our Job of the Week.
CoolIT Systems in New York is seeking an Enterprise Account Manager with experience in Data Center infrastructure in our Job of the Week.
The University of Michigan is seeking a new of Director IT Engineering and Research Development in our Job of the Week. “The Director IT Engineering & Research Development position will be working in a highly collaborative manner with the research community in the University to analyze research needs and design solutions and provide leadership in the proposals for developing applications/solutions needed to successfully support the design and implementation of new network system capabilities; mobile and distributed systems research projects.”
Ohio State University is seeking a Client Service Specialist in our Job of the Week. “The Ohio Supercomputer Center provides high-performance computing (HPC) services for Ohio’s university researchers and industrial clients. The HPC Client Services Group delivers the client experience at OSC through client engagement and administration. As a Client Service Specialist, this person supports the overall mission of the group and in particular acts as the primary level 2 (L2) incident coordinator, interfacing with Service Desk (L1), and is responsible for client incident triage, resolution of L2 incidents, and assignment to L2 and L3 analysts as appropriate. This person also informs clients of service issues through OSC web and social media outlets, analyzes incident records to identify deficiencies in incident processes, OSC services, client training, and analysis tools, and assists in improvements where appropriate.”
Lawrence Livermore National Lab is seeking an Associate Director for Computation in our Job of the Week. LLNL seeks to fill the position of Associate Director (AD) for Computation, a position key to the continued success of LLNL’s world-premier high performance computing, computer science, and data science enterprise. The AD for Computation is responsible for […]
Ohio State University is seeking a Research Computing Facilitator in our Job of the Week. “The Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) provides high-performance computing (HPC) services for Ohio’s university researchers and industrial clients. The HPC Client Services Group delivers the client experience at OSC through client engagement and administration.”
ARL in Aberdeen is seeking a Network Engineer for HPC in our Job of the Week.
SGI_logo_platinum_lgSGI is seeking an HPC Pre-Sales Engineer in our Job of the Week. “The HPC Pre-Sales Engineer role provides in depth technical and architectural expertise in Federal Sales opportunities in the DC area, primarily working with DOD and Civilian Agencies. As the primary technical interface with the customer, you must be able to recognize customer needs, interpret them and produce comprehensive solutions.”
Pfizer in Connecticut is seeking an HPC Linux Engineer in our Job of the Week. “We are seeking an accomplished Linux operations engineer with a comprehensive understanding of Linux including systems administration, application tuning and optimization with a strong working knowledge of multiple scientific domains in support of HPC users. The candidate should have demonstrated troubleshooting abilities and would lead our efforts in enabling and maintaining leading edge scientific applications.”
Mellanox is seeking an HPC Application Performance Engineer in our Job of the Week. “Mellanox Technologies is looking for a talented engineer to lead datacenter application performance optimization and benchmarking over Mellanox networking products. This individual will primarily work with marketing and engineering to execute low-level and application level benchmarks focused on High Performance Computing (HPC) open source and ISV applications in addition to providing software and hardware optimization recommendations. In addition, this individual will work closely with hardware and software partners, and customers to benchmark Mellanox products under different system configurations and workloads.”