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High Performance Computing Jobs--Berkeley Lab is Hiring!
Posted by Bernadette Cu-Todd, LBNL, Tuesday March 10 2009 @ 02:29AM EDT

NERSC Systems Dept Head:
Exciting opportunity to lead a department which is responsible for the introduction, integration and support of innovative technologies for high performance computing and associated infrastructure.

HPC Linux Cluster Systems Administrator:
The successful candidate will participate in designing, building, and integrating Linux HPC clusters to meet the computing needs for research projects. In addition, they will provide ongoing systems administration support for Linux systems and clusters and will provide user applications support for scientific researchers.

HPC Applications Analyst:
Contribute to an on-going team effort to develop a complete understanding of the issues that contribute to optimal application and computer system performance on extreme-scale advanced architectures. Assist NERSC in evaluating existing and emerging High Performance Computing (HPC) systems by analyzing the performance characteristics of leading-edge DOE Office of Science application codes. Will require knowledge of computer architecture, with a particular focus on understanding the implications of multicore computing technology on the scalability and programmability of future scientific computing applications.

Computer Systems Engineer:
This position wil serve to conceive, create, adapt, extend, deploy visualization and analytics technologies on a diverse array of computing platforms to provide solutions to some of the world's most challenging scientific data understanding problems.

HPC Consultant: NERSC
User Services consultants are responsible for enhancing the scientific productivity of our users through: problem management and consulting; help with user code optimization, debugging and scaling; strategic project support; documentation; training; and third-party applications and library support. Consultants also play a key role in establishing center direction through evaluating and recommending high-end computing technology and software.

HPC User Services Consulant: IT Division
As a member of the Berkeley Lab Linux and Cluster Computing Group, provide user application assistance for scientific research users using high performance computational resources. Implement and manage job resource management, scheduler, and user allocation software. Help researchers build, compile, optimize, debug, and tune their applications to run on Linux High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters.

To view complete job description, please apply online at http://jobs.lbl.gov . Berkeley Lab is an AA/EOE committed to the development of a diverse workforce.


Bernadette Cu-Todd
Sr. Recruiter
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

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