Job of the Week: Research Computing Specialist at Stanford University

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Stanford University is seeking a Research Computing Specialist in our Job of the Week.

As a Research Computing Specialist, you will draw on both deep technical knowledge and interpersonal skills to facilitate and accelerate academic research at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business (GSB). You will join a team of research analytics scientists, data engineers, and project managers on the Data, Analytics and Research Computing (DARC) team to support research at the GSB. Your clients will include GSB faculty and collaborators who are drawn from a broad spectrum of academic backgrounds, research interests, methodological specialties, and technical backgrounds. As a Research Computing Specialist, you will bring the ability to understand the ecosystem of research computing resources and partner with researchers to use these resources effectively. You should enjoy working directly with researchers, and be equally comfortable introducing novices to research computing systems and helping advanced users optimize their workflow.

Your role will require you to understand the faculty member’s research goals and solve problems they face in:

  • Creating and securely sharing datasets across multiple systems
  • Transforming data for use with statistical software and analytics tools
  • Selecting the correct platform for analyzing large structured and unstructured datasets
  • Transitioning from using personal computers to research servers
  • Learning best practices for diverse research computing environments
  • Optimizing and accelerating research code
  • Leveraging high performance computing and parallel processing

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