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This position is responsible for working with graduate students, research fellows, faculty, and other researchers to enable and support scientific research and teaching activities requiring substantial computational resources. The person in this role is responsible for providing support for the proper use of the centralized High Performance Compute Cluster (HPC) and related resources.
Customer Support: Consults with faculty research groups to address their research computing needs and helps researchers by suggesting areas of optimization in their job submission procedures in order to successfully meet their high performance computing goals. Respond to tickets which include complaints, requests, troubleshooting, etc.
Responsible for the creation, organization, presentation and delivery of training materials for both new and highly experienced users of the research clusters to groups or individuals as needed. Topics might include, for example, parallel computing or GPU computing. Provide outreach to create awareness with faculty, students, and others about partner HPC services.
Operations: Plan and orchestrate software maintenance on both the clusters and the cluster infrastructure as needed. This includes, but is not limited to, installing and managing various commercial and open source scientific codes, libraries, or applications. Perform benchmarks for both cluster hardware and software performance and monitor server performance and network connectivity.
Minimum qualifications are a Bachelor's degree in a Science or Engineering discipline that requires strong analytical and computational skills and at least three years of experience working on computational research projects utilizing large and complex HPC systems. Preferred candidates will have an advanced degree in an Engineering or Science discipline with experience in running scientific software in a university HPC setting.
Other competencies that are a plus: