Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Location: Hyde Park Campus
1) Collect and manage software development requirements and participate in technical planning across the project.
2) Build and deploy applications and systems using container orchestration frameworks.
3) Perform integration and scalability testing on purpose-built platforms which replicate the systems features and environment dependencies of the collaborationâ™s processing systems.
4) Participate in team and collaboration Zoom calls and workshops; provide oral presentations of project status and new development.
5) Work with and learn from more experienced team members; help develop projects with undergraduate and graduate students in computer science and physics.
Unit- preferred Competencies
1) Knowledge of concepts, practices and procedures of software development.
2) Effectively communicate and collaborate with team members, supervisors, and researchers.
3) Manage complex technical details.
4) Initiative and capacity for teamwork and creativity.
5) Strong oral and written communication skills.
1) Bachelorâ™s or masterâ™s degree in Computer Science, Physics, Computer Engineering or in a related scientific domain
1) At least three years of software development experience using the Linux operating system
2) Experience with source code control tools such as GitExperience with continuous integration tools
3) Experience with databases (e.g. Postgres, MySQL
4) Web development experience (RESTful APIs, OAuth, CSS, HTML5
5) Experience with distributed systems such as HTCondor, Spark, Ray
Technical Knowledge or Skills
1) Proficiency in one or more of the following: C++, C, Python, Java
2) Knowledge of Docker, Kubernetes, Helm or OpenStack
3) Knowledge of cloud services (e.g. AWS, Google)
2) Cover Letter
3) Professional References
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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