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 HPC Systems Engineer--Linux
Author: David Zwarycz (66.155.203.---)
Date:   07-14-04 16:58

HPC SYSTEMS ENGINEER--Linux
CAMBRIDGE--MA

Hollister is conducting a search for a prominent biopharmaceutical firm which is looking for a Senior Systems Engineer-HPC

Required Experience:
-5-8 years overall experience
-Strong Unix and Linux
-Experience supporting and troublshooting software in a High Performance Computing environment (HPC)
-Experience working in a scientific environmnet

This individual will work on a team of approximately 7 engineers who are responsible for developing systems
that are used by scientists for a large pharmaceutical company. This person will have prior experience troubleshooting
software in a high performance computing environment consisting of Unix and Linux machines.

Our client has more than $600 million in cash and cash equivalents to fund the discovery and development of its drug candidates, and the Company has significant collaborations with a number of pharmaceutical companies including Aventis, GlaxoSmithKline, Novartis and Serono. Our client is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts and has major research sites in San Diego, California and Oxford, U.K. The company employs more than 700 people worldwide.



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