The Centre of Excellence for Modelling the Atmosphere and Climate (CEMAC) is a major new venture to substantially enhance the research, teaching, impact and outreach capabilities of the Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science (ICAS), related to computer modelling, data analysis and visualisation. The use and development of advanced models of weather, climate and air pollution in ICAS is extraordinarily broad and ambitious. We conduct modelling of complex processes in atmospheric physics and chemistry using a range of platforms from local clusters to the largest High Performance Computing facilities. ICAS’s research feeds into international assessments such as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and we work very closely with many UK and international research institutions and with the Met Office developing their models for climate projections and high-impact weather prediction.
CEMAC aims to be the UK’s leading centre of excellence in atmospheric and climate modelling, significantly enhancing and accelerating the high impact research of ICAS, and aiming to improve the quality of learning for students across the School of Earth & Environment. CEMAC will rival the best international examples of how model and data support and strategy is organised in computing-intensive research institutions.
We are seeking to appoint a Technical Head to lead development of expertise in software, numerical modelling and data science and to manage the team of software engineers and modelling experts within the new Centre. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of operating within fast moving complex research computing environments. You will have a First degree (Bachelor’s or equivalent) in an appropriate technical, scientific, or engineering discipline, ideally with a strong software engineering component. You must be able to demonstrate previous success in developing and maintaining operational systems and software focused on responding to the needs of diverse users.
EPCC is seeking to appoint Linux and/or Windows system administrator to work as part of a team supporting EPCC’s high performance computing and cloud systems. Under the direction of your manager you will install, configure and maintain Linux and Windows based clusters and supercomputers. You will also support end users and provide documentation. You will have strong interest in Linux or Windows system administration. Ideally you will understand networking, storage and have some experience supporting servers in multi-user environment. Familiarity with HPC is desirable but not essential.
Closing Date: 06-Mar-2015
EPCC is seeking to appoint a senior systems specialist to work as part of a team designing, implementing and maintaining EPCC’s high performance computing and cloud infrastructures. You will be an experienced, hands-on professional who can provide a leadership role to other system administrators in the team. You will demonstrate the knowledge and will stay on top of the latest HPC technologies, interact with the vendors and take overall responsibility for the successful implementation of cutting edge research systems. EPCC operates in a very fast-moving, highly technological field and the job-holder has significant responsibility for maintaining our technical leadership.
Closing date: 12-Mar-2015
King’s College London’s Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences is looking for a technical professional to manage and develop our high performance computing and Linux services. Reporting to the Faculty Computing Manger and leading a team of four Linux-focused computing officers, you will manage the Faculty’s HPC clusters and develop Linux-based services for research and teaching.
The Application Integration and Migration (AIM) Lead will be responsible for the overall performance of the AIM team (approx. 4 people) and providing support to scientists at Institute in adapting and optimizing their systems to make best use of the compute and data platforms. The AIM Lead shall coach the AIM team while performing various technical tasks and helping to provide an appropriate and supportive software development environment for researchers and technology platforms within the institute.
This is a fantastic opportunity as the successful candidate will be directly involved in the design and implementation of the Crick’s research data management systems and services, in collaboration with some of the most talented Scientists and Engineers in this field. They will also be directly involved in the operations and development of eMedlab – the bleeding edge infrastructure supporting Biomedical multidisciplinary research collaborations between the Crick, UCL, QMUL, LSHTM, EBI and the Sanger.
The application should consist of a CV and covering letter stating the candidate’s suitability for the role, salary expectations, notice period if applicable, and two references.
Applications should be sent to email@example.com no later than the 16th of February, 2015.
Further Information available at http://www.crick.ac.uk/about-us/jobs/senior-hpc-data-and-storage-systems-engineer-(1)/
The University Of Birmingham is looking for an experienced and versatile storage specialist with strong Linux Systems Administrator skills to take on the challenge of managing and developing the central research data storage and archiving services.The role demands active engagement with the academic community to address the needs of researchers and their funders to secure their data and meet open access commitments.
The successful individual will join a small team, working collaboratively to devise high quality solutions to Birmingham broad based and demanding research community.
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The UCL Research Software Development Team works with researchers across college to ensure UCL retains the highest standards of excellence in computational research. We are recruiting an additional research software developer for the team, appointed for two years in the first instance.
In this role, you will design, extend, refactor, and maintain scientific software across all subject areas. You will provide expert software engineering consulting services to world-leading research teams, modify legacy software to run on state-of-the-art high performance computing infrastructure, and work with researchers to build software to meet new research challenges.
This post is funded for 24 months in the first instance.
Scientific Applications Specialist
Oxford e-Research Centre, OxfordGrade 8: £38,511 – £45,594 p.a.
We are seeking a Scientific Applications Specialist to contribute to the Advanced Research Computing facility. The main role is the delivery of effective computing solutions to the research community in the University, within and beyond traditional HPC users.
The post holder will provide specialist user support on a consultancy basis, understanding the underpinning computing requirements across a broad range of research disciplines and providing adequate advice and assistance. Drawing on technical knowledge as well as domain specific expertise, the position will be a key facilitator in translating research aspirations of the research community into technical solutions.
The position is part of a vibrant and growing activity that is at the heart of research computing in the University of Oxford and provides an exciting opportunity for someone seeking to develop their career in these areas.
This is a fixed-term post for 2 years in the first instance.
The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 1 September 2014.Contact Person :Dr Andrew Richards
Vacancy ID :114503
Contact Phone :01865 610600
Closing Date :01-Sep-2014
Contact Email :firstname.lastname@example.org
The details and how to apply can be found at: (Vacancy ID 114503)