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System Administrator

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking a System Administrator for the Office of Advanced Research Computing (OARC). The System Administrator supports the development of university-wide advanced cyberinfrastructure resources which are necessary to foster a scientific community of excellence in computation and data that empowers research, learning, and societal engagement.

This position also serves as OARC’s primary contact for the Caliburn cluster infrastructure support and will work closely with the OIT Data Center team on Caliburn support.

Among the key duties of this position are the following:
• Provides expertise in specific technologies used by multiple units around the University, such as paralellization of code, Hadoop, and high-performance networking.
• Maintains contact with researchers around the University, developing recommendations for software that OARC should license, and hardware and service that require support.
• Assess the needs of research projects, recommending an appropriate mix of departmental, University, national and commercial resources, and helping researchers set up and use those resources.

We hope to find someone with a background in HPC as a sysadmin or systems programmer who wants to join our team at Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey. Our HPC clusters help us support research across Rutgers.

We include parents of small kids, so we know how important it is to be flexible about time and about the life/work balance. We have a team of facilitators who support our users directly, so the systems folks can do systems work.

Ideally, you are sharp, curious, and like to get things done. If you are curious about this job, please take a look at https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/119645 and please apply! If you have questions, contact eric.marshall@rutgers.edu.

Closing date: November 15, 2020

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