Do you want to help researchers and engineers around the world solve the most exciting and challenging computational problems? HPCNow! is looking for a passionate and proactive Computational Scientist to join our international High-Performance Computing team. We work in sectors like drug design and discovery, genomics, bioinformatics, aerospace, aeronautics, astrophysics, quantum chemistry, energy, automotive, visual effects, and many more.
Computational Scientist – NZ20240111
HPCNow! is a global services company focused on High-Performance Computing, High-Performance Data Analytics, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence consulting. We help scientists and engineers worldwide, from the design of the hardware solution to the very end of its life cycle, setting up complex pipelines, and accelerating their workflows and applications. We also extend our services by delivering professional training and providing ongoing remote administration and scientific support.
At HPCNow! we not only focus on business but also try to achieve a healthy work/life balance, facilitating pleasant working conditions as much as possible. This includes remote work, a flexible work schedule, amenities in our offices, and a diverse and inclusive work environment. Our commitment is to provide our people with all they need for personal and professional growth, involving them in a discovery, innovation, and achievement environment.
Science Enablers – We play a crucial role in migrating workloads from regular desktop computers to HPC clusters and supercomputers. We work to bridge the gap between these two distant worlds by capacitating the end users and upskilling them to bring their computational research to a world-class level.
Excellence – We strive for excellence in everything we do for our team members and clients. We feel proud of our contributions and celebrate our client’s success as our own.
Empowering science with technology – We are a trusted partner that accelerates research and discovery thanks to our commitment to continuous innovation and new technology adoption.
Diversity and Inclusion – Our very talented team includes different kinds of mindsets, cultures, backgrounds, and experiences, making HPCNow! an inclusive company. HPCNow! embraces neurodiversity and is committed to an inclusive and respectful workplace where everyone is valued for their unique contribution. Our current team is from eight different countries and can speak ten other languages, but most importantly, we all speak science and tech no matter our background.
Gender equality – While we haven’t reached full gender equality yet, we see a new opportunity to get closer to that milestone in each hiring process. We are proud members of Women in HPC (WHPC), and we participate in activities to empower women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).
Bachelor’s degree in science, engineering, or equivalent.
HPCNow! is looking for a passionate and proactive computational scientist to join our team. Job functions include teaming with HPC support and R&D staff to find solutions to challenging problems. Tasks may include interactive issue troubleshooting, installing and tuning HPC applications, helping other researchers and engineers to develop complex workflows, improving the efficiency, performance, and scalability of their jobs, contributing to open-source projects, and documenting resolutions in a knowledge base. You also may participate in developing technical documentation, delivering training courses, offering user support, and developing automation pipelines.
Eligible to live and/or work in New Zealand
Full professional proficiency in English.
Skills and Experience
If you don’t have experience in one or any of the desired skills, we will provide you with the training and the resources required to achieve that knowledge.
– Minimum two years experience in Linux and HPC environments as a user.
– Minimum two years experience in Linux administration.
– Strong teaching skills and innate abilities in diplomacy and tact.
– Fast learning and a strong interest in learning new technologies.
– Experience developing technical training and documentation.
– Hands-on experience with Python or other scripting languages.
– Confidence with batch processing.
– Experience with Singularity containers.
– Knowledge of Easybuild and/or EESSI.
– Knowledge of version control and pipelines.
– Experience in ElasticSearch, Grafana, or related monitoring software.
– Experience with Infrastructure as Code.
We offer a permanent full-time position in a good working environment and a highly stimulating and challenging environment.
Full-time remote office based in New Zealand
Flexible working hours.
We offer a competitive salary commensurate with the qualifications and experience of the candidate and according to the cost of living in the country.
We offer outstanding resources for learning and building experience with new technologies, including internal development and testing clusters, access to an e-learning platform, internal training, and mentoring.
If you are interested, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your updated CV, a short motivation letter, and the subject “Computational Scientist – NZ20240111”.