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Job of the Week: HPC Architecture and Performance Engineer at LBNL

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab is seeking an HPC Architecture and Performance Engineer in our Job of the Week. “Berkeley Lab’s National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) has an opening for a Computer Systems Engineer 3. The incumbent will contribute to an on-going Advanced Technology Group (ATG) group effort to develop a complete understanding of the issues that lead to improved application and computer system performance on extreme-scale advanced architectures. As a team member, they will contribute to efforts for NERSC in evaluating existing and emerging High Performance Computing (HPC) systems by analyzing the performance characteristics of leading-edge DOE Office of Science application codes.”

Job of the Week: HPC Software Developer at the Hierarchical Data Format (HDF) Group

The Hierarchical Data Format (HDF) Group in Champaign, Illinois is seeking an HPC Software Developer our Job of the Week. “The HPC Software Developer will develop software for the Hierarchical Data Format v5 (HDF5) library and tool suite. Responsibilities will include enhancing the HDF5 library with additional features such as: sophisticated caching techniques, asynchronous file I/O, self-tuning storage optimizations, advanced multi-thread/multi-process/multi-client file access techniques, cluster and parallel file system interaction optimizations to deliver the highest performance possible to users of HDF5. Parallel and distributed I/O in high performance computing environments using MPI and MPI-IO will be the primary focus of this position. Interest and experience with project management is preferred. Some travel to client sites and to workshops and conferences may be required.”

Job of the Week: HPC Software Developer at ANSYS

ANSYS is seeking an HPC Software Developer in our Job of the Week. “The Software Developer II is responsible for assisting in the design, development and maintenance of the next generation, multi-physics coupling engine. This developer can expect to be engaged in all stages of code and capability planning, creation and evolution, and to work closely with other groups as they adopt the coupling infrastructure. Emphasis is on planning and executing work at the iteration (approximately monthly) time scale.”

Job of the Week: System Administrator at DE Shaw Research

DE Shaw Research in New York is seeking a System Administrator in our Job of the Week. Ideal candidates should have strong fundamental knowledge of Linux concepts such as file systems, networking, and processes in addition to practical experience administering Linux systems.

Job of the Week: HPC System Administrator at CIRC in Washington

The Center for Institutional Research Computing at Washington State University seeks exceptional applicants for the position of High-Performance Computing Systems Administrator. This position will play a vital role in the administration of HPC clusters used by the research community at Washington State University.

Job of the Week: Fellowships for the “Master in HPC” Program in Italy

The SISSA and ICTP academic centers in Italy are offering an amazing opportunity for Fellowships for the Master in High Performance Computing. SISSA and ICTP host one of the largest HPC facilities in Italy, and this is your chance to boost your career in computational science. “Our aim is to prepare within 12 months of master HPC specialists, which is a fast growing job in either academy and industry settings.”

Job of the Week: HPC Engineer at Dow Chemical

Dow Chemical in Midland, Michigan is seeking an HPC Engineer in our Job of the Week. “The Dow Chemical Company (Dow) has an immediate opening in Midland, MI for a High Performance Computing Engineer in the Research Infrastructure and Application Support group of Information Research, Core R&D. This role will be responsible for operating and managing the R&D High Performance Computing environments at maximum efficiency with minimal downtime. Knowledge of technologies such as HPC compute clusters, high performance storage devices and high-speed interconnects are critical. This role also requires user support, documentation and consulting to ensure effective use of HPC resources and infrequent after hours support.”

Job of the Week: Software Solutions Engineer at Mathworks

Mathworks in Massachusetts is seeking a Software Solutions Engineer in our Job of the Week. “We are a team of product proficient engineers with application and software industry experience. Alongside MATLAB Application Deployment developers, we work directly with our customers to resolve their software integration issues and challenges in multiple language interoperability. We are looking for a multi-faceted software engineer with strong foundation in programming, and in-depth troubleshooting knowledge of various software integration methods. You will have a chance to develop your skills and work in multiple disciplines – C++, Java, C#, and Python; multi-threading, and multi-processing across Windows, Linux and OS X.”

Job of the Week: Senior Engineer for HPC at Merck

Merck in New Jersey is seeking a Senior Engineer for HPC in our Job of the Week. As a Senior Engineer in an Operations role of High Performance Computing your primary role is that of “Senior Linux Systems Administrator and Scientific Workstation Specialist”. You will be using your scripting, architectural, systems engineering, Linux system administration, troubleshooting and communication skills to deliver and support research and statistical applications used to make key decisions in our organization’s business. The Senior Engineer is a crucial role in the High Performance Computing team that requires a deep understanding of the technology stack, an understanding of the scientific domain, and the ability to work directly with scientists to understand their problems, devise and communicate solutions.”

Job of the Week: Research Engineer – Systems Architecture Lab at HPE

HPE is seeking a Research Engineer for their Systems Architecture Lab in our Job of the Week. “The System Architecture Laboratory at Hewlett Packard Labs has an immediate opening for a Research Scientist position with a background in high-speed mixed-signal CMOS design and silicon photonics. The critical tasks is the design of high-speed mixed signals circuits including modulator drivers, transimpedance amplifier, ADC/DAC, SERDES, and PLL using advanced CMOS nodes to enable high-performance computing systems.  Successful candidates will have hands-on experience in the CMOS design, design verification, and lab testing of mixed-signal CMOS circuits to interface with photonics.”