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OPEN POSITIONS

HPC and Cloud Systems Engineer – NIWA

National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA)

We’re offering an exciting opportunity to make a significant contribution to the New Zealand (NZ) research landscape by working within the National eScience Infrastructure (NeSI). As a part of NeSI embedded at NIWA, you will not only have the opportunity to work closely with local NIWA colleagues, but will form part of a high-performance nationally-distributed and multi-disciplinary team empowered to accelerate research outcomes for NeSI users across NZ. The successful candidate will support and further develop an HPC infrastructure and platform which deliverers a wide range of services. NIWA offers competitive remuneration and benefits, an attractive waterfront location close to Wellington’s CBD with free parking and the opportunity to work in a collaborative, national, and professional team.

Location: Wellington, New Zealand
Closing Date: 14 April 2019
For more information and to apply visit: https://careers.sciencenewzealand.org/jobdetails/ajid/3akN8/HPC-and-Cloud-Systems-Engineer,32051.html

For more information email: Daniel Duffy, Chief, Computer and Information Science and Technology Office.

Research Programmer

Beckman Institute/University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Bolster the Center’s biomolecular modeling, simulation, visualization, and analysis programs VMD (Visual Molecular Dynamics) and NAMD (Nanoscale Molecular Dynamics).

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Identify and design features needed by the user community
  • Collaborate with members of the programming team to develop new features
  • Implement simulation, analysis, and visualization methods and algorithms
  • Improve performance (e.g., through tuning the code and GPU acceleration)
  • Document, test, and debug new revisions of the software for release
  • Respond to questions and bug reports from users
  • Assist with workshops and other training activities
  • Contribute to reports, publications, presentations, and proposals

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a physical or mathematical discipline or computer science
  • Relevant training and/or experience in scientific computing
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work both independently and in close collaboration with researchers of diverse backgrounds

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Relevant training and/or experience in biomolecular simulation, computational chemistry or other scientific computing, including software development and distribution
  • Experience in implementing users’ requested features
  • Experience in developing and implementing automated workflows commonly used in computational chemistry research
  • Experience in graphical user interface (GUI) development
  • Experience in high-performance parallel or distributed computing
  • Knowledge of C, C++, CUDA, OpenCL, Tcl, Tk, Python, MPI and/or Charm++

Location: Urbana, IL., USA
Salary: $50,000 – $75,000
Closing Date: April 2, 2019
For more information and to apply visit: http://jobs.illinois.edu

For more information email: Dawn Goeddel (HR Coordinator).

Computer Engineer/HPC Lead

AST, Data Systems, NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA), Goddard Space Flight Center

The sciences and Exploration Directorate, Computational and Information Science and Technology Office, High Performance Computing Group (Code 606.2) is looking for a highly skilled lead to manage the existing environment while developing and implementing new high performance information technology solutions for science.

This vacancy announcement is being re-advertised. Applicants who applied under GS19D0032 must re-apply to be considered. The payment of relocation is not authorized.

Location: Greenbelt, MD., USA
Benefits Summary: https://www.nasa.gov/careers/benefits
Salary: $134,789 to $164,200 per year
Closing Date: 03/18/2019
For more information and to apply visit: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/525967300

For more information email: Daniel Duffy, Chief, Computer and Information Science and Technology Office.

HPC Systems Administration Specialist

Argonne National Laboratory

This role is for a Linux system administrator with skills in orchestration, containers, and virtualization. The selected individual will participate in the design, development, and advancement of the high-performance computing (HPC) environment of the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF). In addition, they will assist with implementation, management, and administration of experimental and production networks. This person will contribute ideas to the design and development of new systems and network tools. The focus of this position will be on containers and virtualization technologies compatible with the environment.

Argonne is a multidisciplinary science and engineering research center, where “dream teams” of world- class researchers work alongside experts from industry, academia and other government laboratories to address vital national challenges in clean energy, environment, technology and national security.

Location: Near Chicago, IL, USA
Benefits Summary: https://www.anl.gov/hr/reference/argonne-benefits-summary 
Closing Date: Open until filled
For more information and to apply visit: http://bit.ly/2EDrc34

For more information email: Mike Sullivan, Recruiting Lead at Argonne National Laboratory.

Software Development Manager

AWS

The Amazon Web Services High Performance Computing (HPC) team is looking for a Software Development Manager (SDM) to help drive the development of new features, functionality, and capabilities for AWS HPC.
The newly formed AWS HPC team is building core technologies that will enable customers to run complex numerical computation at massive scale without compromising performance. If developing solvers, instrumenting techniques based on numerical linear algebra, iterative subspace methods, or multigrid methods gets you excited, this team is for you.
Our HPC software development engineers (SDEs) and their managers (SDMs) lead the charge creating new services (like AWS ParallelCluster), and also work with our silicon designers to create and support our 100Gb/s Elastic Fabric Adapter, along with the openfabrics support, which enables low latency MPI comms to support lots of tightly coupled workloads.

Location: Seattle, WA, USA
Closing Date: Open until filled
For more information and to apply visit: https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/795613/software-development-manager-hpc

For more information email: joadegbo@amazon.com, Sr. Software Development Manager.

If this job doesn’t exactly fit your skills but you are interested in HPC in the cloud contact us at hpcjob@amazon.com and we will work with you to identify a fit.

Software Development Engineer

AWS

The Amazon Web Services High Performance Computing (HPC) team is looking for a Software Development Engineer (SDE) to help drive the development of new features, functionality, and capabilities for AWS HPC.
The newly formed AWS HPC team is building core technologies that will enable customers to run complex numerical computation at massive scale without compromising performance. If developing solvers, instrumenting techniques based on numerical linear algebra, iterative subspace methods, or multigrid methods gets you excited, this team is for you.
Our HPC software development engineers (SDEs) and their managers (SDMs) lead the charge creating new services (like AWS ParallelCluster), and also work with our silicon designers to create and support our 100Gb/s Elastic Fabric Adapter, along with the openfabrics support, which enables low latency MPI comms to support lots of tightly coupled workloads.

Location: Seattle, WA, USA or Cagliari, Italy
Closing Date: Open until filled
For more information and to apply visit: https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/709157/software-development-engineer-hpc

For more information email: joadegbo@amazon.com, Sr. Software Development Manager.

If this job doesn’t exactly fit your skills but you are interested in HPC in the cloud contact us at hpcjob@amazon.com and we will work with you to identify a fit.

Computer Systems Engineer

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Berkeley Lab’s Computational Research Division has an opening for a Computer Systems Engineer. You will serve as a system administrator and IT engineer on Berkeley Lab’s Computing Sciences IT Team. This 3-4 person team provides dedicated IT support for approximately 300 users, 120 Linux servers & workstations, and 230 Mac laptops & desktops in the Lab’s Computing Sciences Directorate. You will provide workstation (Mac, Linux, some Windows) and A/V and videoconferencing support for staff in Berkeley Lab’s Computing Sciences Area. Maintain and support laptops, desktops, mobile devices, servers, storage, networks, backups, security, and associated infrastructure systems. Activities include, but are not limited to: troubleshooting technical problems, fielding support requests, working with users to understand IT-related needs and develop solutions, building and configuring systems & software, recommending hardware for specific computing tasks, maintaining backups, scripting/automating routine tasks, and implementing best practices in cybersecurity. Working closely with team members to develop and implement group standards for system configuration and workflow process.

This position will be filled at level 1 or 2, dependent on experience.

To apply online please visit http://50.73.55.13/counter.php?id=154306 and follow the on-line instructions to complete the application process.

Salary: Commensurate with experience
Location: Berkeley, CA, USA
Closing Date: Open until filled
For more information and to apply visit: http://50.73.55.13/counter.php?id=154306

PhD Positions

University of Warwick

Full PhD funding is available for UK/EU candidates at the newly established EPSRC-CDT in Modelling of Heterogeneous Systems (HetSys) at The University of Warwick (UK).
HetSys is an entirely new EPSRC-supported CDT which will train people to challenge current state-of-the-art in computational modelling of heterogeneous, real-world systems across a range of research themes such as nanoscale devices, new catalysts, superalloys, smart fluids, laser-plasma interactions etc.

The HetSys team are recruiting a cohort of enthusiastic students from across the physical sciences who enjoy using their mathematical skills and thinking flexibly to solve complex problems to join our new EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Modelling of Heterogeneous Systems at the University of Warwick, UK. With its project partners HetSys will develop talented, energetic PhD students to push boundaries in this exciting field. The students will therefore inspire new ideas, approaches and innovation and become future leaders in developing new technologies.

The first HetSys Open Day will be held on the afternoon of Wed 20th Feb on campus at Warwick, please register via https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/hetsys/events/opendays/.

Location: Coventry, UK
Closing Date: Open until filled
For more details of the HetSys training programme, our current PhD Projects or to register for the open day see the HetSys webpage.
For questions, contact hetsys@warwick.ac.uk

Software Engineer, Scientific Visualization

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

Responsibilities for this position include working closely with the project teams to design, develop, build, manage and maintain visualization and analysis software on high end computing systems. These activities include, but are not limited to:

  • Development, testing and deployment of analysis and visualization algorithms
  • Analysis and evaluation of performance on high-end computing systems, especially the efficient use of accelerators such as GPUs.
  • Active collaboration with project affiliates in industry, academia, and government labs.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Dave Pugmire, pugmire@ornl.gov

Software Engineer, Emerging Architectures

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

The Future Technologies group and Experimental Computing Laboratory (ExCL) at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) seeks a highly-motivated Software Engineer to contribute to hands-on exploration of the architectures and software systems for future extreme-scale high-end computer systems. FTG works at the cutting edge of computer architecture, codesigning and evaluating technologies for future systems including quantum computing, neuromorphic computing, heterogeneous computing with GPUs and FPGAs, nonvolatile memory, and alternative programming models and systems software. Many of these artifacts are deployed in important applications and released publicly as open source software (e.g., SHOC https://github.com/vetter/shoc, MPIP http://mpip.sourceforge.net/, Papyrus https://code.ornl.gov/eck/papyrus). This research has been sponsored by DOE, DARPA, NSF, and others, and has resulted in numerous awards including ACM Gordon Bell prizes, Best Paper awards, and Early Career recognition.

For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Dr. Jeffrey Vetter, vetter@ornl.gov

Computer Scientist, Future Technologies Group

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

The Future Technologies group and Experimental Computing Laboratory (ExCL) at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) seeks highly-motivated ) seeks highly-motivated computer scientists to explore the architectures of and software systems for future extreme-scale high-end computer systems. FTG works at the cutting edge of computer architecture, codesigning and evaluating technologies for future systems including quantum computing, neuromorphic computing, heterogeneous computing with GPUs and FPGAs, nonvolatile memory, and alternative programming models and systems software. Many of these artifacts are deployed in important applications and released publicly as open source software (e.g., SHOC https://github.com/vetter/shoc, MPIP http://mpip.sourceforge.net/, Papyrus https://code.ornl.gov/eck/papyrus). This research has been sponsored by DOE, DARPA, NSF, and others, and has resulted in numerous awards including ACM Gordon Bell prizes, Best Paper awards, and Early Career recognition.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Dr. Jeffrey Vetter, vetter@ornl.gov

Computational Scientist in Research Software Engineering

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

  • Contribute to and lead the development of computer and computational science, and applied math projects for a wide range of topics relevant to the mission of the division and Laboratory.
  • Contribute to and lead original research including software development, scientific papers, reports and other artifacts.
  • Work closely with other computational and domain scientists, and research software engineers to meet their software requirements, address bugs, develop tutorials and documentation, improve quality, address performance issues, and achieve their scientific goals.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Jay Jay Billings, billingsjj@ornl.gov

Research Scientist, Computational Material Science

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

  • Contribute to ORNL efforts to develop and implement novel algorithms at the intersection of machine learning and agent-based modeling, to solve challenging inverse problems in materials sciences, to be executed on pre-exascale architectures and in preparation for exascale high-performance computing platforms.
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams of computer scientists, applied mathematicians, and computational scientists at ORNL and other DOE Labs, and provide expertise in areas of advanced mathematical optimization algorithms.
  • Conduct research and develop software, and report results in open literature journals, technical reports, software releases and at relevant conferences.
  • Author peer reviewed papers, technical papers, reports and proposals.
  • Maintain membership in professional, academic, and research organizations

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Neena Imam, imamn@ornl.gov

Senior Research Scientist in Biomedical and Health Data

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

The major duties and responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Lead high quality research in areas related to biomedical and health data science, engineering, and related computing.
  • Collaborate with application scientists inside and outside of the laboratory to advance the scientific mission of the group, laboratory, the Department of Energy and other sponsors, such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Department of Defense (DOD), U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
  • Interact with the appropriate program offices and other agencies to develop and maintain program funding for basic and applied research in relevant areas of modeling and simulation.
  • Develop new research directions as a basis of continued funding and the overall health of the group.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Georgia Tourassi, tourassig@ornl.gov

Research Software Engineer

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

  • Contribute to the development of open source software on scientific projects and original research.
  • Deploy, maintain, and support web applications, servers, and cloud development platforms in support of scientific projects.
  • Work closely with customers to meet their software requirements, address bugs, and achieve their scientific goals.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Jay Jay Billings, billingsjj@ornl.gov

Research Scientist in Large-Scale Data Science and Learning

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

Oak Ridge National Laboratory is seeking research scientists in the areas of data science including data workflows processing, machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) at scale.  We are a leader in computational and computer science, with signature strengths in high-performance computing and data analytics with applications in a large variety of science domains.  This position is for the Advanced Data and Workflow Group in the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) which welcomes creative scientists and engineers with a willingness to learn.

Specific areas of research interest include

  • Domain-science-informed data science. This includes applying analytics to deliver scalable science to missions of national interest.
  • Machine learning and analytics methods with attention to scaling them up.
  • Computational performance of AI/ML algorithms, including the ability to use computing hardware and software frameworks efficiently.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Arjun Shankar, shankarm@ornl.gov

Research Scientist in Discrete Simulation and AI

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

Research duties of the position include design and analysis of parallel discrete algorithms, development of proof-of-concept research tools, computational experimentation on high-end parallel machines, publication in scholarly venues, and delivering results to sponsors. The position also provides the opportunity to perform program development including outreach, competitive proposal preparation and activities for attracting sponsored research and development projects

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Kalyan Perumalla, perumallaks@ornl.gov

Research Scientist in Discrete Computing Theories and Systems

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

As a research scientist in our group, you will have the opportunity to perform research and development in advancing discrete mathematics-based high-end parallel and distributed computing solutions in a range of scientific applications and man-made systems. The scientific and technical methods include discrete structures, network coding, graph analysis, simulation, optimization, and scalable machine learning with application to man-made systems such as energy grids and cyber-physical systems.  Also of interest is research in novel computing systems with emphasis on discrete mathematics-based algorithms for quantum networking, network security, fault tolerance, accelerated architectures and scalable middleware.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Kalyan Perumalla, perumallaks@ornl.gov

Software Engineer, Scientific Visualization

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

Responsibilities for this position include working closely with the project teams to design, develop, build, manage and maintain visualization and analysis software on high end computing systems. These activities include, but are not limited to:

  • Development, testing and deployment of analysis and visualization algorithms
  • Analysis and evaluation of performance on high-end computing systems, especially the efficient use of accelerators such as GPUs.
  • Active collaboration with project affiliates in industry, academia, and government labs.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Dave Pugmire, pugmire@ornl.gov

Software Engineer, Emerging Architectures

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

The Future Technologies group and Experimental Computing Laboratory (ExCL) at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) seeks a highly-motivated Software Engineer to contribute to hands-on exploration of the architectures and software systems for future extreme-scale high-end computer systems. FTG works at the cutting edge of computer architecture, codesigning and evaluating technologies for future systems including quantum computing, neuromorphic computing, heterogeneous computing with GPUs and FPGAs, nonvolatile memory, and alternative programming models and systems software. Many of these artifacts are deployed in important applications and released publicly as open source software (e.g., SHOC https://github.com/vetter/shoc, MPIP http://mpip.sourceforge.net/, Papyrus https://code.ornl.gov/eck/papyrus). This research has been sponsored by DOE, DARPA, NSF, and others, and has resulted in numerous awards including ACM Gordon Bell prizes, Best Paper awards, and Early Career recognition.

For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov

For technical questions, contact Dr. Jeffrey Vetter, vetter@ornl.gov

Computer Scientist, Future Technologies Group

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

The Future Technologies group and Experimental Computing Laboratory (ExCL) at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) seeks highly-motivated ) seeks highly-motivated computer scientists to explore the architectures of and software systems for future extreme-scale high-end computer systems. FTG works at the cutting edge of computer architecture, codesigning and evaluating technologies for future systems including quantum computing, neuromorphic computing, heterogeneous computing with GPUs and FPGAs, nonvolatile memory, and alternative programming models and systems software. Many of these artifacts are deployed in important applications and released publicly as open source software (e.g., SHOC https://github.com/vetter/shoc, MPIP http://mpip.sourceforge.net/, Papyrus https://code.ornl.gov/eck/papyrus). This research has been sponsored by DOE, DARPA, NSF, and others, and has resulted in numerous awards including ACM Gordon Bell prizes, Best Paper awards, and Early Career recognition.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Dr. Jeffrey Vetter, vetter@ornl.gov

Computational Scientist in Research Software Engineering

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

  • Contribute to and lead the development of computer and computational science, and applied math projects for a wide range of topics relevant to the mission of the division and Laboratory.
  • Contribute to and lead original research including software development, scientific papers, reports and other artifacts.
  • Work closely with other computational and domain scientists, and research software engineers to meet their software requirements, address bugs, develop tutorials and documentation, improve quality, address performance issues, and achieve their scientific goals.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Jay Jay Billings, billingsjj@ornl.gov

Research Scientist, Computational Material Science

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

  • Contribute to ORNL efforts to develop and implement novel algorithms at the intersection of machine learning and agent-based modeling, to solve challenging inverse problems in materials sciences, to be executed on pre-exascale architectures and in preparation for exascale high-performance computing platforms.
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams of computer scientists, applied mathematicians, and computational scientists at ORNL and other DOE Labs, and provide expertise in areas of advanced mathematical optimization algorithms.
  • Conduct research and develop software, and report results in open literature journals, technical reports, software releases and at relevant conferences.
  • Author peer reviewed papers, technical papers, reports and proposals.
  • Maintain membership in professional, academic, and research organizations

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Neena Imam, imamn@ornl.gov

Senior Research Scientist in Biomedical and Health Data

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

The major duties and responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Lead high quality research in areas related to biomedical and health data science, engineering, and related computing.
  • Collaborate with application scientists inside and outside of the laboratory to advance the scientific mission of the group, laboratory, the Department of Energy and other sponsors, such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Department of Defense (DOD), U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
  • Interact with the appropriate program offices and other agencies to develop and maintain program funding for basic and applied research in relevant areas of modeling and simulation.
  • Develop new research directions as a basis of continued funding and the overall health of the group.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Georgia Tourassi, tourassig@ornl.gov

Research Software Engineer

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

  • Contribute to the development of open source software on scientific projects and original research.
  • Deploy, maintain, and support web applications, servers, and cloud development platforms in support of scientific projects.
  • Work closely with customers to meet their software requirements, address bugs, and achieve their scientific goals.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Jay Jay Billings, billingsjj@ornl.gov

Research Scientist in Large-Scale Data Science and Learning

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

Oak Ridge National Laboratory is seeking research scientists in the areas of data science including data workflows processing, machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) at scale.  We are a leader in computational and computer science, with signature strengths in high-performance computing and data analytics with applications in a large variety of science domains.  This position is for the Advanced Data and Workflow Group in the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) which welcomes creative scientists and engineers with a willingness to learn.

Specific areas of research interest include

  • Domain-science-informed data science. This includes applying analytics to deliver scalable science to missions of national interest.
  • Machine learning and analytics methods with attention to scaling them up.
  • Computational performance of AI/ML algorithms, including the ability to use computing hardware and software frameworks efficiently.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Arjun Shankar, shankarm@ornl.gov

Research Scientist in Discrete Simulation and AI

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

Research duties of the position include design and analysis of parallel discrete algorithms, development of proof-of-concept research tools, computational experimentation on high-end parallel machines, publication in scholarly venues, and delivering results to sponsors. The position also provides the opportunity to perform program development including outreach, competitive proposal preparation and activities for attracting sponsored research and development projects.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Kalyan Perumalla, perumallaks@ornl.gov

Research Scientist in Discrete Computing Theories and Systems

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

As a research scientist in our group, you will have the opportunity to perform research and development in advancing discrete mathematics-based high-end parallel and distributed computing solutions in a range of scientific applications and man-made systems. The scientific and technical methods include discrete structures, network coding, graph analysis, simulation, optimization, and scalable machine learning with application to man-made systems such as energy grids and cyber-physical systems.  Also of interest is research in novel computing systems with emphasis on discrete mathematics-based algorithms for quantum networking, network security, fault tolerance, accelerated architectures and scalable middleware.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Kalyan Perumalla, perumallaks@ornl.gov

Research Scientist, High-Performance Computing for Electronic Structure Calculations

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

  • Contribute to ORNL efforts to develop and implement novel algorithms for Density Functional Theory and First-Principles Molecular Dynamics, to be executed on pre-exascale architectures and in preparation for exascale.
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams of computer scientists, applied mathematicians, materials scientists, and computational scientists at ORNL and other DOE Labs, and provide expertise in the area of advanced algorithms for solving problems in materials sciences and chemistry
  • Conduct research and develop software, and report results in open literature journals, technical reports, software releases and at relevant conferences.
  • Author peer reviewed papers, technical papers, reports and proposals.
  • Maintain membership in professional, academic, and research organizations.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Neena Imam, imamn@ornl.gov

Performance Engineer

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

We are seeking to build a team of Performance Engineers who will serve as liaisons between the National Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS) and the users of the NCCS leadership computing resources, particularly Exascale Computing Project application development teams and will collaborate with the ECP application teams as they ready their software applications for the OLCF Exascale computer Frontier.  These positions reside in the Scientific Computing Group in the National Center for Computational Sciences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL).

HPC Linux Systems Engineer (OLCF)

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

The National Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS) at Oak Ridge National Lab (ORNL), which hosts several of the world’s most powerful computer systems, is seeking highly qualified individuals to play a key role in improving the security, performance, and reliability of the NCCS computing infrastructure.  This includes supporting the fastest supercomputer in the world, Summit.  Summit is one of the scientific research community’s most powerful computational tools for exploring solutions to some of today’s most challenging problems.

As an HPC Linux Systems Engineer you will work in the Infrastructure team within the HPC Core Operations group to support all activities of our supercomputer center.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Ryan Adamson, adamsonrm@ornl.gov

HPC Linux Systems Engineer (IT Services Division)

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

 The Information Technology Services Division (ITSD) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is seeking highly-motivated individuals to join and contribute to ORNL’s Knowledge Discovery Infrastructure. KDI is comprised of multiple tenants performing research and analytics with Health Care data using high performance parallel compute, and an array of specialized computational appliances providing rare capabilities in data, such as graph analytics and deep learning vital to a variety of scientific domains. These computational services are backed by high-speed interconnects, parallel filesystems, and a distributed object store.

You will work with the KDI Operational team, both maintaining existing services and contributing to the design and rollout of new services for the health care research community.  Due to the nature of the data, all work must be performed on-site.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Suzanne Willoughby, willoughbysw@ornl.gov

Group Leader, Computational Urban Sciences

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

We are seeking an experienced senior scientist to lead the Computational Urban Sciences Group (CUSG). CUSG is comprised of multi-disciplinary scientists with a research portfolio that spans applied research at the intersection of computational science and complex urban systems in the emerging environment of smart cities, energy infrastructures, modernizing electric grids, smarter and sustainable mobility, responsive buildings, multisector impacts of severe weather and climate, data driven emergency response, and resiliency. Scientific advances are enabled by the growing body of technologies including big-data, high-performance computing, modeling and simulation, machine learning, and visualization.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Kate Evans, evanskj@ornl.gov

Research Scientist in AI and Machine Learning

Specific areas of research interest include

  • Machine and statistical learning algorithms, including optimization and approximate algorithms that address issues in algorithmic complexity, online or continuous learning, encoding and transfer learning, and reinforcement learning,
  • Physics-informed AI, including the application of AI/ML to physical and biological sciences and the interface between AI and traditional modeling and simulation and theory,
  • Computational scalability and performance of AI/ML algorithms, including both the ability to use computing hardware efficiently and the scaling of algorithms and HPC implementations,
  • Uncertainty quantification, sensitivity analysis, validation, and explainability of AI/ML systems, particularly for high-consequence application areas, such as control systems, and
  • Statistics and data analytics, especially computational statistics and the ability to deal with sparse or missing data.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact David Womble, womblede@ornl.gov

Division Director, Computational Sciences and Engineering Division

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

The CSE Director reports to the Associate Laboratory Director (ALD) for Computing and Computational Sciences and is responsible for the organization’s technical leadership, operation and management. In concert with the CSE Division staff and with broad national and international collaboration, the successful candidate will create and execute an imaginative and far-sighted research program that will define long-term directions for high-end computing for the laboratory and the nation.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Arthur Maccabe, maccabeab@ornl.gov

Computer/Data Scientist

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

The Scientific Data Group at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) seeks highly-motivated scientists to research and develop cutting-edge scientific data management, analytics, visualization, statistical and information technologies. In this role you will work on some of the most challenging scientific problems facing the Department of Energy, creating new algorithms, tools, and technologies to facilitate knowledge discovery.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Scott Klasky,

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Scientific Visualization

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

The Scientific Data Group in the Computer Science and Mathematics Division at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory seeks to hire a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Scientific Visualization to research and develop collaborative visualization tools and technologies that will be utilized by scientists. The Scientific Data Group conducts research in the visualization analysis and exploration of data, the collection and organization of data, and decisions based on data. Our collaborative work concerns all stages of the scientific life cycle and utilizes computing platforms ranging from the desktop to large clusters and supercomputers. We work on projects ranging from small single discipline efforts to large multi-disciplinary and multi-institution partnerships. Our emphasis is on team work, and it is important for the applicant to show a strong desire to work within a team.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Dave Pugmire, pugmire@ornl.gov

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Scientific Data Analysis

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

The Scientific Data Group in the Computer Science and Mathematics Division at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory seeks to hire a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Scientific Visualization to research and develop collaborative visualization tools and technologies that will be utilized by scientists.

The Scientific Data Group conducts research in the visualization analysis and exploration of data, the collection and organization of data, and decisions based on data. Our collaborative work concerns all stages of the scientific life cycle and utilizes computing platforms ranging from the desktop to large clusters and supercomputers. We work on projects ranging from small single discipline efforts to large multi-disciplinary and multi-institution partnerships. Our emphasis is on team work, and it is important for the applicant to show a strong desire to work within a team.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Dave Pugmire, pugmire@ornl.gov

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Data Visualization

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

As a postdoctoral researcher in the Computational Data Analytics (CDA) Group at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), you will help solve some of the most pressing national challenges.  We are looking for creative, independent thinkers who enjoy collaborating with other data science researchers as well as applied domain experts.  We value individuals with a strong work ethic and a willingness to learn, apply, and contribute to the latest advances in data visualization and data science.  The overarching goal for this position is to make fundamental data science contributions in the context of real-world applications.  You will work closely with other data visualization experts as well as a team of data analytics researchers.  Example projects include designing new visual representations for large and complex scientific datasets, developing visualizations to explain artificial intelligence algorithms, and building visual analytics systems that combine machine learning with interactive data visualization techniques.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Chad Steed, steedca@ornl.gov

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Research Software Engineering

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

We invite applications for postdoctoral appointments in research software engineering within the Computer Science and Mathematics Division.

This position is part of ORNL’s Scientific Software Initiative, which provides scientific software development expertise to the Laboratory, by providing software engineering and development services across the Laboratory in a broad range of areas and topics. The Initiative supports the mission of the Laboratory by creating a community for software professionals at the Laboratory to connect people, projects, and interested parties; by providing software engineering expertise for development, evaluation, quality assurance or other needs; by providing training and continuing education opportunities; by providing fair performance evaluation criteria; by recruiting new software engineering talent; and by mentoring students and early career scientists and engineers.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Jay Jay Billings, billingsjj@ornl.gov

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Neuromorphic Computing

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

As a postdoctoral researcher, you will help solve some of the most challenging problems this country faces. You will perform ground breaking research on a wide range of significant problems. This position will bring novel thinking, teamwork, and discovery to the challenge of finding new approaches for analyzing massive data, collaborating with worldwide experts, and publishing innovative results.

The Computational Data Analytics (CDA) Group at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory is a computer and data science research group. We hire top researchers who are ready to tackle the hardest problems faced by the country and the world. These problems include exploring computing beyond Moore’s Law, discovering new data analytics methods using neuromorphic, quantum, and high-performance computing, and exploring the boundaries between neuromorphic and quantum computing.  CDA scientists are changing the world with their research.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Tom Potok, potokte@ornl.gov

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Large-Scale Data Science and Learning

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

Oak Ridge National Laboratory is seeking postdoctoral research associates in the areas of data science including data workflows processing, machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) at scale.  We are a leader in computational and computer science, with signature strengths in high-performance computing and data analytics with applications in a large variety of science domains.  This position is within the Advanced Data and Workflow Group in the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) which welcomes creative scientists and engineers with a willingness to learn.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Arjun Shankar, shankarm@ornl.gov

Postdoctoral Research Associate in HPC Programming Systems

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

We are seeking Postdoctoral Research Associates who will focus on research into programming systems for high-performance parallel computers.  The positions reside in the Computer Science Research Group in the Computer Science and Mathematics Division (CSMD) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). The Computer Science Research (CSR) Group addresses challenges in technical computing at the largest scales, especially scientific and engineering modeling and simulation, from a computer science perspective.  We research, develop, and deploy solutions in parallel and distribute programming environments, system software, and the engineering of scientific software with the goal of making current and future high-end computer systems more productive and more usable.  Our work is motivated and validated by close collaboration with scientific application teams.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact David Bernholdt, bernholdtde@ornl.gov

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Data Analytics

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) seeks postdoctoral researchers experienced in all areas research related to data analytics, including: machine learning, deep learning, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, inverse problems, and tomography.   We are specifically interested in research focused on the development of new tools and methods that can be used to analyze large and complex scientific data using novel computer architectures such as high performance, neuromorphic, and quantum computing.

While centered in the Computational Data Analytics Group, core capabilities in data analytics span multiple groups in the Computer Science and Mathematics Division at ORNL, including the Computational and Applied Math Group and the Scientific Data Group.

We are a community of top researchers who are ready to tackle the hardest problems faced by the country and the world, such as the development of advanced materials, clean energy, national security, and supercomputing.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Tom Potok, potokte@ornl.gov

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Computational Science for Large-Scale Simulations

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Computing and Computational Sciences Directorate conducts state-of-the-art research and development in computer and computational sciences in support of DOE’s missions and programs. We develop and deploy leading edge computing and information technology capabilities to keep computational sciences at a level comparable to experimental sciences in the pursuit of scientific discovery and technical innovation.

The Computational Engineering and Energy Sciences Group is seeking postdoctoral research associates to aide in the design and development of large-scale parallel computer simulation environments for applied problems.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact John Turner, turnerja@ornl.gov

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Computational Biology and Data

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

A skilled and dedicated individual is sought to fulfill a cross-disciplinary role between the Advanced Data and Workflow group in National Center for Computational Sciences and the Computational Biology lab in the Biosciences Division at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The specific research tasks will involve the porting and scaling of existing, as well as newly developed, domain relevant algorithms to high performance computing environments with a particular focus on GPU-based architectures. This will require the capacity to communicate effectively between different scientific groups with various backgrounds.  The focus of these algorithms is to meet the Systems Biology challenges and better understand the complex interactions between cellular and organismal components.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact Arjun Shankar, shankarm@ornl.gov

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA

 Oak Ridge National Laboratory is seeking postdoctoral research associates in the areas of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and statistics.  Oak Ridge National Laboratory is a leader in computational and computer science, with unique strengths in high-performance computing and data analytics with applications to the physical and biological sciences.

Closing Date: Open until filled
For a complete description and to apply, visit http://jobs.ornl.gov
For technical questions, contact David Womble, womblede@ornl.gov

Scientific developer to work on HPC workflow middleware design and implementation

Jülich Research Centre, Germany

Computational science communities are showing increasing interest in the concept of interactive supercomputing. This concept promises domain scientists interactive control of high-performance computing resources. The live and online (“real time”) nature of this paradigm requires high availability, flexibility and robustness of both hardware and software. Work has started in the Jülich Supercomputing Centre’s SimLab Neuroscience on middleware software systems to support this goal.

If you are interested to join an engaged and multidisciplinary team working at the interface of neuroscience and HPC, we would like to hear from you.

Your job, in close collaboration with domain scientists:

  • Requirements analysis and exploration of the relevant design space
  • Design and implementation of interactive steering and visualization tools for complex workflows on HPC systems
  • Design and implementation of HPC-optimized communication schemes for monitoring, provenance and steering data
  • Implementation of tools for efficient data communication in heterogeneous supercomputers
  • Benchmarking of simulation and workflow tools
  • Software documentation and application of established software development practices like unit testing and continuous integration

Salary: Salary and social benefits conforming with the provisions of the German Collective Agreement for the Civil Service (TVöD)

Closing date: Open until filled

Location: Jülich, Germany
Further information and details on how to apply are available here.

Research scientist specialising in brain modelling on HPC

Jülich Research Centre, Germany

The Virtual Brain (TVB) is a large-scale brain simulator programmed in Python. With a community of thousands of users around the world, TVB is becoming a validated, popular and standard choice for the simulation of whole brain activity. The objective of the TVB for High-Performance Computing (TVB-HPC) project, which is also part of the European Human Brain Project (HBP), is to enable large-scale parallelization of simulations by producing a high-level description of models using a domain specific language (DSL). This can be used to automatically generate high-performance parallel code which can be deployed on multiple platforms (e.g., GPUs or CPUs with different architectures).

Join the Jülich Supercomputing Centre’s SimLab Neuroscience to support this development as part of an engaged and multidisciplinary team working at the interface of neuroscience and HPC.

Your job, in close collaboration with domain scientists:

  • Design and implementation of neuroscience models optimized for HPC
  • Implementation of a Domain Specific Language for neural mass model specification
  • Implementation of parameter fitting, inference and optimization algorithms for neuroscience models
  • Analysis of mathematical models
  • Benchmarking of simulation tools
  • Software documentation and application of established software development practices like unit testing and continuous integration

Salary: Salary and social benefits conforming with the provisions of the German Collective Agreement for the Civil Service (TVöD)

Closing date: Open until filled

Location: Jülich, Germany

Further information and details on how to apply are available here.

Research scientist (Computer Science, Neuroscience, Computational Science, Mathematics)

Jülich Research Centre, Germany

The Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC) operates one of the most powerful supercomputing infrastructures in Europe and makes it available to researchers at the Jülich Research Centre, in Germany and Europe. The JSC’s research program includes the development of future computer architectures. JSC and the Institute for Neuroscience and Medicine (INM-6) have started, in collaboration with RWTH Aachen University, Manchester University and Heidelberg University, the “Advanced Computing Architecture” project, which aims to develop and implement a novel neuromorphic computer architecture through a co-design approach. Primary test cases for this new system will be selected from the field of neuroscience.

Your job, in close collaboration with domain scientists:

  • Implement and execute the co-design process, in which application experts provide their needs and computer architecture and technology experts explore the relevant design space
  • Contribute to the design of a new inter-node network architecture, its implementation, testing, demonstration and validation
  • Perform a comparative analysis between the new inter-node network architecture and existing network architectures and technologies
  • Prepare the operation of prototype systems

Salary: Salary and social benefits conforming with the provisions of the German Collective Agreement for the Civil Service (TVöD)

Closing date: Open until filled

Location: Jülich, Germany

Further information and details on how to apply are available here.

Postdoctoral fellowship

University of Helsinki

The Space Physics Group at the Department of Physics is a leading European space physics group specialised both in observations and modelling of space plasmas. We develop the novel global hybrid-Vlasov simulation Vlasiator to investigate the near-Earth space in ion kinetic scales utilising hybrid-Vlasov methods.

We are now opening a postdoctoral fellow position. The postdoctoral fellow will focus on developing Vlasiator and modeling space plasmas. Prior knowledge in the following areas is required: high-performance computing, supercomputer environments, parallelisation algorithms, version control, C++. Other useful skills include: Python, plasma physics, adaptive mesh refinement.

We offer a position in a dynamic and international research group, with a possibility to network and to develop as a researcher. The 2-year position is available immediately. The deadline for applications is 31.3.2019.

Salary and benefits: According to University of Helsinki salary system, including full benefits (healthcare, full vacations, sick leaves, etc – check out the Finnish system)
Closing Date: 31st March 2019
Location: Helsinki, Finland

Full details of the position and how to apply can be found here.

HPC Application Analyst

The Numerical Algorithms Group

The candidate should have the following and desire to develop further:

  • BSc, MSc or equivalent in an applied science;
  • Experience programming with Fortran, C, C++, Python, or other languages;
  • Experience in parallel programming with MPI, OpenMP, CUDA or OpenCL;
  • Good communication skills;
  • A desire to learn and apply new skills in a commercial environment.

The following characteristics are desirable but not essential, training will be provided where appropriate:

  • Experience using application performance analysis tools;
  • Appreciation of good practice in software engineering;
  • Ability to collaborate and contribute to team goals.

The role will encompass:

  • Working with POP users to identify and improve upon poor code performance;
  • Undertaking software development for NAG products;
  • Participating in webinars and training events;
  • Contributing to business development, marketing material and blog posts;
  • Travel to attend meetings and representing NAG at events;
  • Continuing your personal and skills development.

Salary and benefits: Salary will be commensurate with experience, you will also enjoy a defined benefit pension plan, medical insurance and generous holiday entitlement. NAG is committed to a diverse workforce and is open to flexible working.
Closing Date: 28th February 2019
Location: Oxford or Manchester, United Kingdom

Full details of the position can be found here.  If you think that you have the attributes we are looking for please send us your CV/resumé with a covering letter of application to careers@nag.co.uk, any questions surrounding the role should be also be directed to careers@nag.co.uk.

Hartree Centre Technologist – Systems

Daresbury laboratory

Are you a systems administrator with an interest in cluster frameworks, or a systems developer interested in working further down the stack?

Are you interested in cutting-edge technology? then the Hartree Centre wants to hear from you.

You should be excited by the opportunity to develop novel technology solutions to real world problems, working effectively with industry and technology partners from a range of sectors and disciplines to deliver successful solutions.

You should have experience in systems design and implementation, combining multiple software solutions to create a service that users can rely on. Experience in identifying and implementing solutions to bridge gaps between software capabilities would be useful.

Your role will involve working on Technology group projects as a member of the wider Hartree Technology team. These could be grant funded research projects or industrial projects working with scientists and technologists from other domains.

You will be leading delivery on work packages for exciting projects such as the EuroEXA project, to design an exascale supercomputer by building the petascale prototype (https://euroexa.eu), and the VIMMP project, to build a marketplace for all aspects of virtual materials modelling. (http://www.vimmp.eu).

Salary and benefits:  £30,357 – £41,988 benefits includes a flexible working scheme, a Career Average Revalued Earnings pension scheme, 30 days annual leave allowance and a number of other benefits see http://www.stfccareers.co.uk/why-join/rewards-and-benefits/  for more information.
Closing Date: 4th February 2019
Location: Daresbury, United Kingdom

Further information and details on how to apply are available here.

Computational Scientist/HPC Specialist

Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce is seeking to recruit a permanent Computational Scientist/HPC Specialist to join a thriving team developing our next generation simulation tools that will take us through to the exascale era. The successful applicant will join the 5-year EPSRC Prosperity Partnership project (https://epsrc.ukri.org/newsevents/news/prosperitypartnershipsround2/) jointly led by Rolls-Royce and the University of Edinburgh (EPCC) with the aim of developing the world’s first high-fidelity simulation of a complete gas-turbine engine during operation. We are looking for a talented and innovative individual to develop the fundamental computational science needed to meet our ambition of “trillion cell simulations on millions of computing cores”. The successful candidate will be comfortable working in both academic and industrial research environments and have a desire to take research through to business impact.

Closing Date: 22 January 2019
Location: Derby, UK

Further information and details on how to apply are available here.

Assistant Research Programmer/ Research Programmer /Senior Research Programmer

University of Illinois @Urbana-Champaign National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA)

The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) is currently seeking one or more Assistant Research Programmer/Research Programmer/Senior Research Programmer(s) in its Scientific Software Applications Division. For more information and to apply for this position, please visit jobs.illinois.edu. The search close date is 6/30/2019. Search Number: 107149. The U of I is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled www.inclusiveillinois.illinois.edu.

The University of Illinois conducts criminal background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer.

Salary: Commensurate with experience
Closing Date: June 30, 2019
Location: Urbana, Illinois, USA

Further information and details on how to apply are available here.

UX/UI Product Designer – remote position

Stencila Ltd

Full-time UX/UI designer role to lead the design and testing of novel user interfaces for data exploration, visualization and analysis.
You will be building tools for lowering the barriers to reproducible research and enable collaboration between researchers with different levels of technical expertise. Your role will focus on leading the design of our user interfaces from research, concept and validation through to documentation, implementation, testing and deployment. You will organise and facilitate collaborative design sessions with users. You will be involved in researching the user interface (UI), user experience (UX), and developer experience (DX) of our tools, and other similar tools.

This job allows you to become a part of a unique team working with scientists and other researchers to make data-driven research more open, effective, and reproducible. You will have many opportunities to connect with a global community of people working on open source software for science and scholarship, including Code for Science & Society, Collaborative Knowledge Foundation, eLife, Substance, and more!

Location: Remote position; the employer, Stencila Ltd is based in New Zealand

Salary: USD 100,000 per annum (since the position is remote the potential benefits may depend on the location of the applicant)
Closing Date: 11 January 2019
Further information and details on how to apply are available here.

HPC Systems Administrator

Center for Institutional Research Computing [CIRC], Washington State University

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.

WSU faculty are leaders in scientific research computing in diverse areas including computational physics and chemistry, genomics, materials science, atmospheric and environment sciences, and agriculture and natural resources. Due to the enormous success of the research computing program, our center is expanding its staff. This position is an exciting opportunity to participate in the frontiers of research computing through the selection, configuration, and management of HPC infrastructure including computing, networking, and storage.

Ideal candidates should have in-depth experience with the provisioning and administration of HPC clusters. Applicants who have experience with CentOS or RHEL, high speed networking using Mellanox InfiniBand, resource schedulers such as Slurm, automation tools such as SaltStack, and parallel file systems including BeeGFS and Spectrum Scale, are highly encouraged to apply.

The position is located on WSU’s main campus in Pullman, WA. Founded in 1890, Washington State University is the state’s original land-grant university. WSU conducts innovative research and provides world-class education to more than 30,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Pullman is nestled in the scenic Palouse region of southeastern Washington, eight miles from the University of Idaho and 80 miles south of Spokane.

Washington State University is an EO/AA educator and employer.

Location: Pullman, Washington, USA
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Closing Date: Open until filled
Further information and details on how to apply are available here.

Computer Systems Engineer

NERSC

Discover your future at Berkeley Lab!

Berkeley Lab’s National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC, http://www.nersc.gov/) has an opening for a Site Reliability Engineer where you will provide a variety of engineering support services in a 24×7 environment. In this key role, you will work for the Operations Technology Group (OTG) and ensure that NERSC (a DOE computational facility) is accessible, reliable, secure and available to our scientific users.
 
What is usually Required: 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or similar discipline and a total 5 years of experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Three years as a system administrator or system engineer in a customer facing environment supporting data clusters, managing the replacement of hardware, and ensuring its continued availability to the user community. This can include assisting in the deployment of new nodes and internal switches into production, resolving ticket incidents and working with vendors on hardware warranty replacements. 
 
Work will be primarily performed at: Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, 1 Cyclotron Road, Berkeley, CA.

Location: Berkeley, California, USA
Closing date: The posting shall remain open until the position is filled.
Further information and details on how to apply are available here.

High Performance Computing Security Developer

NERSC

Discover your future at Berkeley Lab!

Berkeley Lab’s National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC, http://www.nersc.gov/) has an opening for a High Performance Computing (HPC) Security Developer. As an HPC Security Developer you will be involved in all aspects of computer and network security at the NERSC Center. You will use your computer and programming skills to enhance network and host intrusion prevention as we migrate from 100G to Terabit networks. You will create new methods to protect Exascale class systems in an open science environment and have opportunities to work with data analytics and researchers in a variety of scientific fields.

This position will be hired at a level 3 or 4 contingent upon level of experience, skills, knowledge, and abilities of the successful candidate.

Location: Berkeley, California, USA
Closing date: The posting shall remain open until the position is filled.
Further information and details on how to apply are available here.

Computer Systems Engineer

AL-Advanced Light Source, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Discover your future at Berkeley Lab!

What is Required

  • Typically requires a minimum of 5 years of Physics, Computer Science, Mathematics experience with a Bachelor’s degree; or 3 years and a Master’s degree; or equivalent work experience.
  • Experience in developing open source code in areas such as synchrotron data reduction, management, and/or visualization.
  • Experience with Python, databases and web development/programming.

Location: Berkeley, California, USA
Further information and details on how to apply are available here.

NERSC Exascale Science Applications Postdoctoral Fellow (NESAP)

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC, http://www.nersc.gov/about/) at Berkeley Lab (https://www.lbl.gov/) seeks highly motivated postdocs to join the NERSC Exascale Science Application Program (NESAP, https://www.nersc.gov/users/application-performance/nesap/).  NESAP postdocs collaborate with scientific teams to enable the solution of deep, meaningful problems across all program areas (https://science.energy.gov/programs/) funded by the Department of Energy Office of Science (https://science.energy.gov/).

Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. in Computational Science, Data Science, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics, or a science domain area with a computationally-oriented research focus.
  • Research experience and knowledge in computing and/or code development for experimental science or HPC.
  • Experience in scientific computing, algorithms design, or applied mathematics. 
  • Ability to work productively both independently and as part of an interdisciplinary team balancing objectives involving research and code development.

Notes:

  • Work will be primarily performed at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, 1 Cyclotron Road, Berkeley, CA.

Location: Berkeley, California, USA
Further information and details on how to apply are available here.

Archive Storage System Administrator

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Innovators and builders at heart, the Data Storage team seeks highly motivated, productive, inquisitive, and multi-talented candidates who are equally comfortable working independently as well as part of a team. There are frequent opportunities for collaborative work with scientists and staff within the group (for instance with scientists designing and operating our high-speed networking infrastructure) or with scientists from other groups, including close collaborative research opportunities with LANL’s Ultrascale Systems Research Center (USRC), to help drive cutting edge advances.

Salary: Scientist 2 $87,800-$144,800 / Scientist 3 $96,600-$161,300. 9.5% Company contribution 401k, free dental and vision, affordable healthcare, and generous relocation.
Closing Date: Open until filled.
Location: Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA

Further information and details on how to apply are available here.

HPC Scientific Cloud Architect

Los Alamos National Laboratory

You will be working closely with other Futures team members as well as team members in other groups in the HPC division and other divisions around the Laboratory. The use of cloud technologies to perform scientific work at the Laboratory is an emerging area of interest. You will be helping to develop this capability within the HPC division. You will also be working closely with scientists across the Laboratory to help them adopt cloud technologies where appropriate and also to develop new cloud technologies to meet new scientific workload requirements.

Salary: Scientist 2 $87,800-$144,800 / Scientist 3 $96,600-$161,300. 9.5% Company contribution 401k, free dental and vision, affordable healthcare, and generous relocation.
Closing Date: Open until filled.
Location: Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA

Further information and details on how to apply are available here.

HPC Network Specialist/Researcher

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Participate in process improvement, including deep multi‐system problem isolation and resolution often in collaboration with administrators of other HPC subsystems.

Work with team members and vendors to document, design, and implement new ideas and approaches for newer network topologies and improve those for existing ones.

Present best practices, experience reports, and/or research results to managers and to peers locally or at conferences.

Proactively create experiments and tooling to validate solutions and to detect and diagnose network and hardware health issues.

Analyze published research papers in the area of networking and high-speed interconnects, summarize, and share implications and connections to ongoing work with team members.

Salary: Scientist 3 $96,600-$161,300 / Scientist 4 $112,100-188,900. 9.5% Company contribution 401k, free dental and vision, affordable healthcare, and generous relocation.
Closing Date: Open until filled
Location: Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA

Further information and details on how to apply are available here.

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