Job ID: 2019-9939 Type: Full-Time # of Openings: 1 Category: Information Technology Princeton University
As part of a multi-person IT team supporting the Department of Psychology, the Systems Adminstrator provides computational architecture design, systems administration support, as well as consultative research computing support for quantitative research and education.
Work with Faculty, Researchers, and Staff to assess computing methods and uses this information to design and implement High Performance Computing systems and services.
Design service and networking infrastructure to support these systems, providing high-reliability and high-availability services for research and education.
Provide consultation to Faculty, Staff, Students, and Researchers to enable advanced computational research techniques through optimal usage of computing systems, both internal and external to the department. This includes providing expertise in programming, systems architecture, data management, and experiment design.
Provide infrastructure, data, and systems management services.
Bachelor's degree and 5 years computing experience required with at least 1-3 years experience in the advanced skills detailed below:
Advanced Linux systems administration
Advanced HPC systems design
Advanced software architecture and development skills
Programming and program maintenance in C, C++, Matlab, Python, etc.;
Cloud computing and storage experience.
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Internal Number: 109099711
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