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Job of the Week: HPC Systems Engineer at R-Systems

R-Systems is seeking an HPC Systems Engineer in our Job of the Week. “R Systems is a service provider of high performance computing resources. The company empowers research by providing leading edge technology with an accessible and knowledgeable tech team, delivering the best performing result in a user friendly environment. Offerings include lease-time for bursting as well as for short-term and long-term projects, available at industry-leading prices.”

Job of the Week: HPC Specialist at New York University

New York University is seeking an HPC Specialist in our Job of the Week. “The selected candidate will be responsible for supporting the NYU High Performance Computing (HPC) systems as a member of the HPC Services team. This will require working directly with faculty and other research professionals in support of the HPC clusters.”

Job of the Week: HPC Specialist at New York University

New York University Arts and Science is seeking a talented HPC Specialist to join their Department of Biology in our Job of the Week. “This individual will provide technical leadership in design, development, installation and maintenance of hardware and software for the central High-Performance Computing and Biology Department server systems and/or scientific computing services at New York University. Plan, design and direct implementation of the Linux operating system’s hardware, cluster management software, scientific computing software and/or network services. Analyze performance of computing systems; plan new system configurations; direct implementation of operating system enhancements that improve reliability and performance.”

Job of the Week: Computer Science Postdoctoral Scholar at Berkeley Lab

Berkeley Lab is seeking a Computer Science Postdoctoral Scholar in our Job of the Week. “Berkeley Lab’s Computational Research Division has an opening for a Computer Science Postdoctoral Scholar. Develop performance modeling and analytical capabilities and tools for manycore and GPU-accelerated supercomputers and apply them to distributed memory Office of Science applications running on such platforms.”

Job of the Week: Research Scientist at Intel

Intel is seeking a Research Scientist for their Extreme Scale Computing team in Oregon in our Job of the Week. “In this position, you will be responsible for conceiving, researching, and prototyping new parallel and distributed computing algorithms and frameworks, with special emphasis on machine learning and graph analytics, and you will develop relevant software and hardware technologies with the goal of converting these into products and fueling Intel’s growth. You will use your strong knowledge of scientific principles to identify and research promising technologies typically 3-5 years prior to product development. This requires a good understanding of state-of-the-art techniques in parallel computing, machine learning, distributed computing, optimization of algorithms, and bench-marking, along with a strong understanding of computer architecture.”

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 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: Research Scientist for HPC at Intel Labs

Intel in Silicon Valley is seeking a Research Scientist for HPC. “Intel Labs is seeking motivated researchers in the area of parallel and distributed computing research applied towards high performance computing and machine learning. This is a full-time position with the Parallel Computing Lab. The Parallel Computing Lab researches new algorithms, architectures, and approaches to address the most challenging compute- and data-intensive applications. We are focused on delivering new Intel software and hardware technologies that will transform the enterprise and technical computing experience. We work in close collaboration with leading academic and industry partners to accomplish our mission.”

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.”