Research Technologist I

Company: Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Computing

General Information
  • Job Type: Full-time
  • Location: Atlanta, GA
  • Educational Requirements: Bachelors Degree
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Job Description:  Seeking a high-performance computing technologist to provide technical stewardship and oversight of a rapidly growing set of leading-edge computational resources.  The School of Computational Sciences and Engineering (CSE) supports interdisciplinary research and education in computer science and applied mathematics using a diverse collection of HPC resources including Intel-and NVIDIA-based GPGPU clusters, large-memory HPC servers, large-scale storage arrays, high-performance interconnects like Infiniband, and unique hardware like Convey FPGA-accelerated systems and upcoming accelerators.  This position supports research and education uses of these diverse HPC resources including user support and collaboration on deployment, research, and development as well as special projects to support research groups in areas such as HPC and "big data".  The candidate will work closely with the College of Computing (CoC) Technology Services Organization (TSO) to implement large-scale, automated approaches to managing substantial quantities of high-performance computing resources in support of CSE needs.  The candidate will interface with personnel at the campus Office of Information Technology.

Qualifications:  BS in Science, Computer Science, Engineering or closely related field with experience in Linux operating system distributions, including installation, configuration, writing shell scripts, building software, etc.; experience specifying, building, and troubleshooting modern computer systems; basic networking; and excellent written and oral communication skills with strong customer service focus.  Ability to develop knowledge and skills with the following technologies: cluster monitoring and management; application software configuration; parallel compilers, libraries, and run-times; queuing and scheduling; high-speed HPC interconnects such as multi-Gigabit Ethernet; Infiniband, and converged networks; system tuning and diagnostics.  Previous work experience in a college/university environment is preferred.


How to Apply: To apply, please email your candidate materials including a cover letter to Also, please be sure to reference "PVA 23383 " in the subject line of your email. Application deadline: April 15, 2014