UCLA - Office of Advanced Research Computing
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UCLA - Office of Advanced Research Computing
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Closes: 29 February 2024
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HPC System Administrator

UCLA’s Office of Advanced Research Computing (OARC) supports and enhances the university
mission of education, research, and service through the development and execution of
innovative and sustainable technology practices, programs, services, infrastructure, policies, and partnerships.

The OARC High Performance Computing (HPC) Systems Research Technology Group (RTG)
supports thousands of UCLA researchers and over 300 research groups through consultation and
the operation of the Hoffman2 High Performance Research Cluster. More information on the
Hoffman2 cluster may be found at Hoffman2 Cluster Documentation.

The Hoffman2 cluster environment consists of approximately 1000 compute nodes, GPU nodes,
high speed networking, high-performance storage, backup equipment, and extensive hardware
and software support infrastructure, spread across multiple data centers.

The HPC System Administrator, as part of the HPC team, will serve as a technical expert
supporting OARC’s HPC environment in the areas of systems and application software
development, HPC cluster system administration and management of the backup system

Requires the ability to work from UCLA’s Westwood campus as operational demands dictate.
FlexWork / hybrid schedules will be considered based on work demands and operational needs.