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Senior Scientist Research Computing (Data Science)

The Rutgers Office of Advanced Research Computing (OARC) is seeking a Senior Scientist (Data Science) to support the Rutgers University research community in their high performance computing-related research.

The Senior Scientist will engage in local outreach on the Rutgers campuses (New Brunswick, Newark and Camden) to identify potential new users of Advanced Computing resources (including HPC, HTC, Open Science Grid, XSEDE, and CloudLab).

The successful candidate will work closely with faculty, post-doctoral associates, students, and research staff to understand their research to allow for the customization of training and support. The position operates as a member of the OARC team to provide application and user support to the Rutgers community on the New Brunswick, Newark and Camden campuses.

Minimum requirements:

  • A Master's degree
  • A minimum of six (6) years of experience working with a computationally intense research project or equivalent, with a background in biostatistics, machine learning, medical informatics, etc. 
  • Equivalent education, experience and/or training may be substituted for the degree requirements.

Location:
Rutgers University Office of Advanced Research Computing (OARC) 
Busch Campus Piscataway, New Jersey

Salary range: $98,576-$142,169
Closing date: 01/27/2020

For more information, or to apply, click here.

Please contact Janae Baker at janae.baker@rutgers.edu with questions.

 

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