Join University Technology Services (UTS) as a Linux Systems Engineer on the Technical Support and Services (TSS) team, reporting to the Director Infrastructure Services. Your work will provide computational and research solutions for scientific fields, including chemistry, physics, biology, data science and informatics.
The best things about this position are: 1) The teamwork; you are a member of a talented team. 2) The ability to learn and grow professionally. We provide many opportunities to continue to advance your knowledge and professional skills. 3) Your work matters to the students, faculty, and employees at the University. 4) The University offers an attractive benefits package that includes excellent healthcare and tuition benefits for employees and their families, flexible work schedules, paid vacation, wellness programs, friendly campus events, and generous retirement contributions.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or a closely related field or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience. Proven experience as an administrator of computer clusters. Advanced knowledge of Linux, including services, networking, and file systems. Demonstrated experience with software compilation, configuration management software and application installation. Hands on experience with network file systems such as NFSv4. Three or more years of experience in areas of enterprise technical architecture, design and integration, IT systems management, and Linux systems administration. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and analytical skills. Ability to work independently as a contributing team member and routinely update director on results. Ability to contribute to group projects and work collaboratively as a member of a strong technical team. Ability to travel once or twice a year for education, professional development, or conferences. Willingness to earn industry certifications. Flexibility in work schedule; willingness to occasionally adjust work hours on Wednesdays between midnight and 8 A.M. for the maintenance window. No weekends except in emergencies; no on-call rotation. Must live in the area; this is not a remote work position. Writing sample should include a document you have created for anything related to instructions or documentation.
Experience providing technology consultations with research faculty. Hands on experience with High-Performance Computing (HPC) job scheduling technology such as SLURM. Experience with distributed and parallel file systems such as GPFS, Lustre or other high performance file systems. Experience using and supporting a High-Performance Computing Cluster (HPCC). Experience with Linux based HPC clusters with multiple architectures (SMP, MPI, GPU). Knowledge of data protection standards. Experience using source control (Git/GitLab).
Internal Number: 17564
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