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Job of the Week: HPC Systems Engineer at Washington State University

The Center for Institutional Research Computing at Washington State University is seeking a High-Performance Computing Systems Engineer in our Job of the Week. “This position will play a vital role in the engineering and administration of HPC clusters used by the research community at Washington State University. This position is an exciting opportunity to participate in the frontiers of research computing through the selection, configuration, and management of HPC infrastructure including all computing systems, networking, and storage. This position is key to ensuring the high quality of service and performance of WSU’s research computing resources.”

Job of the Week: Computational Scientist at Washington State University

The Center for Institutional Research Computing at Washington State University is seeking a Computational Scientist in our Job of the Week. “This position will play a key role in assisting the research community in the development and optimization of applications on high-performance computing clusters across a broad spectrum of application domains.”

Job of the Week: Computational Scientist at Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech is seeking a Computational Scientist in our Job of the Week. “In this faculty role, you will develop and teach science and engineering educational programs; workshops, lecture series, and for credit courses, for Virginia Tech faculty and students. Pursue a research agenda and collaborate with other Virginia Tech science, engineering, and outside discipline faculty to create opportunities and projects for external grants.”

Job of the Week: Research Scientist specializing in HPC Processor Architectures at Jülich

The Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC) is one of the three national supercomputing centres in Germany. It is partnering with leading technology providers on co-design hardware architectures for future supercomputers. In this context we research on current and future ARM-based architectures for high-performance computing. The research will be performed within the European project “MB2020”.

Job of the Week: Director of High Performance Computing at Yale

The recently established Yale Center for Research Computing is seeking a Director of High Performance Computing (HPC). This position, under the supervision of the Executive Director of the Yale Center for Research Computing, will help create a world class HPC infrastructure to support computationally and data intensive research at Yale University.

Job of the Week: System Administrator at D.E. Shaw Research

D.E. Shaw Research in NYC is seeking a System Administrator for Servers, Clusters and Supercomputers for Computational Biochemistry in our Job of the Week. “Exceptional sysadmins sought to manage systems, storage, and network infrastructure for a New York–based interdisciplinary research group. Positions are available at our New York City offices, and at our data centers in Durham, NC and Endicott, NY.”

Exceptional sysadmins sought to manage systems, storage, and network infrastructure for a New York–based interdisciplinary research group. Positions are available at our New York City offices, and at our data centers in Durham, NC and Endicott, NY.

Job of the Week: Computer Systems Researcher at Baidu USA

Baidu USA in Silicon Valley is seeking a Computer Systems Researcher in our Job of the Week. “Baidu’s research mission is to develop hard AI technologies that will reach and impact hundreds of millions of users. Our Silicon Valley Artificial Intelligence Lab (SVAIL) develops state-of-the-art AI technologies that require bleeding-edge systems to improve accuracy, scale, and performance. Our systems researchers address the many and new systems challenges that arise as we extend the AI state-of-the-art.”

Job of the Week: Senior Memory Systems Architect at NVIDIA

NVIDIA in Silicon Valley is seeking a Senior Memory Systems Architect in our Job of the Week. “NVIDIA is building the world’s fastest highly-parallel processing systems, period. Our high-bandwidth multi-client memory subsystems are blazing new territory with every generation. As we increase levels of parallelism, bandwidth and capacity, we are presented with design challenges exacerbated by clients with varying but simultaneous needs such as real-time, low latency, and high-bandwidth. In addition, we are adding improved virtualization and programming model capabilities.”

Job of the Week: HPC Systems Engineer at Taos

Taos is immediately hiring a HPC Systems Engineer for a cutting-edge tech company in Sunnyvale, CA! We’re changing the face of some of the most innovative companies with our diverse solution offerings, exceptional talent and thought leadership. Our clients look to us first for advice, insight, and support, driving us to relentlessly focus on customer success.

Job of the Week: Senior HPC Architect at Xtreme Design

Xtreme Design is seeking a Senior HPC Cloud Architect in our Job of the Week. “XTREME Design is seeking an HPC-focused Cloud Architect to join our team and continue development of the XTREME family of products and solutions, and specifically the virtual supercomputing-on-demand service – XTREME DNA. You will have the opportunity to help shape and execute product designs that will build mindshare and promote broad use of XTREME products and solutions.”