The Scalable Compute Archive (SCA) team within UITS Research Technologies:
Rapidly and collaboratively build and deliver full stack web applications with customized user interfaces linked to data management and pipeline/workflow execution systems, using IU Cyberinfrastructure, for IU researchers/centers.
Securely operate complex service stacks critical to IU stakeholder research on data center virtualized hardware.
Enhance, broaden, and complement support provided by other groups within the Research Software Solutions (RSS) directorate while operating services valuable to RT sister groups.
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Under minimal supervision, design, develop, deploy, test, and operate specialized Scalable Compute Archive (SCA) systems. Perform complex technical tasks to maintain, test and deploy high performance scientific applications and scientific data sets related to those SCA systems. Help scientists run domain-specific software applications on HPC systems in order to address real scientific problems from within the respective web portal. Evaluate and utilize new and emerging technologies. Publish in peer reviewed journals as well as present at conferences.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or a similar field and three years of experience with software design, development, and deployment.
Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.
Master's degree in Computer Science , Information Technology, or a similar field. Experience working in small dynamic environments. Experience with Linux, VM infrastructure, Cobbler, Puppet, and Ansible. Experience in scientific computing, multidisciplinary research collaborative work (Astronomy, Microscopy, or others), and multiple computer platforms in a university environment. Experience with grant writing.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3IT
Job Function: Information Technology
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