4) Integrate compute and data access over wide area networks.
5) Perform operational support, troubleshooting of systems, services and applications.
6) Participate in team and collaboration Zoom calls and workshops; provide oral presentations of project status and new systems.
7) Learning new distributed computing and other computational and infrastructure-as-service technologies.
8) Work with and learn from more experienced team members while helping train undergraduate and graduate students in computer science and physics in the use of computational systems for science.
1) Strong oral and written communication skills.
2) Initiative and capacity for teamwork and creativity.
3) Ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with team members, supervisors, and researchers.
4) Ability to manage complex technical details and switch between projects.
Preferred Qualifications Education
1) Bachelorâ™s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Physics or related field
1) At least three years of Unix/Linux systems administration (Red Hat Enterprise Linux/CentOS or its derivatives)
2) Experience with configuration management and build systems for large numbers of computers using tools such as Puppet, Chef, Ansible
3) Experience with distributed storage systems such Ceph, dCache
Technical Knowledge or Skills
1) Unix/Linux operating systems administration tools and languages such as C, Python, PHP and shell scripts
2) Knowledge and expertise in technologies such as TCP/IP and related protocols; networked file systems, including NFS
3) Knowledge or experience with batch scheduling systems such as Slurm or HTCondor
4) Knowledge of Docker, Kubernetes, Helm or OpenStack
5) Knowledge of cloud services (e.g. AWS, Google Cloud Platform).
2) Cover Letter
3) Reference Contact Information
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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