Job: Linux Cluster HPC Systems Analyst Position - Wake Forest Univ.
Posted by Ken Farmer, Friday March 06 2009 @ 07:42AM EST
Wake Forest University seeks a systems analyst with experience in using and supporting scientific computing on high performance computing clusters. The successful candidate will not only participate in the operational administration of our Linux cluster, but will also serve as a resource for faculty and students learning to optimize their codes for parallel computing architectures using both multithreaded and message passing models. A Masters degree in Computer Science, Physics, Biophysics, or other approved computational science is required, as is experience in scientific and/or parallel programming and Linux system administration equivalent to SAGE Level 3 or better.
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