The Research Computing Center invites you to join our team.

Open positions:

Computational Scientist (Social Sciences)

The Research Computing Center (RCC) seeks a highly motivated Computational Scientist to work closely with faculty and researchers in the Social Sciences Division (SSD) at The University of Chicago.  The person in this position will serve as a technical domain expert, supporting and advising faculty on high-end computing and machine learning techniques for big data analysis in their research and grant writing. The Computational Scientist may also hold a concurrent Lecturer appointment in one of the SSD academic departments and teach up to two courses per year.

To review the full job description and qualifications, and to apply, click here.

Computational Scientist (Center for Immunoengineering)

The Research Computing Center and the Institute for Molecular Engineering’s Center for Immunoengineering are looking for a highly motivated Computational Scientist to work closely with faculty and researchers at the University of Chicago. The successful candidate will play a key role in characterizing and engineering the immune system in health and disease by working with the Faculty labs at the Center for Immunoengineering. Emphasis will be to generate new biological insights by developing new approaches to analyzing large-scale and high-throughput data (e.g., next-generation sequencing, high-throughput screening) generated in the lab and in collaboration with researchers and clinicians at the University of Chicago and beyond.

To review the full job description and qualifications, and to apply, click here.

Computational Scientist

The Research Computing Center (RCC) is seeking a highly motivated Computational Scientist to work closely with faculty and researchers at The University of Chicago. The person in this position will serve as a multi-disciplinary technical expert in supporting and advising faculty on using High-Performance Computing (HPC) and related technologies for their research. The successful candidate will join a team of Computational Scientists who are playing a key role in scientific computing support at the University of Chicago.

To review the full job description and qualifications, and to apply, click here.

Senior HPC Systems Administrator

The Research Computing Center is seeking a highly qualified Senior HPC System Administrator to join the system and operation team that builds and manages RCC HPC systems and facility operations. The individual in this position will be involved in the procurement and management of HPC hardware and software.

More information will be available soon.

HPC System Engineer

The University of Chicago Research Computing Center (RCC) is seeking a highly qualified HPC system engineer to join its system and operation team that builds and manages RCC HPC systems and facility operations. The individual in this position will be involved in the management and administration of RCC hardware and software.

To review the full job description and qualifications, and to apply, click here.

Application Software Developer I

The Research Computing Center (RCC) is seeking a highly motivated Application Software Developer I to work closely with faculty and researchers at the University of Chicago. The person in this position will be a software developer assisting with the development of and improvements to faculty and researchers’ software projects. The successful candidate will contribute to the application development team’s goal of successfully completing software development projects on time, maintain the team’s application portfolio, assist with the creation of project specifications documentation and prototypes and do well in a mentoring environment while learning new technologies and systems.

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Grant Writer

The Research Computing Center (RCC) is seeking a motivated and experienced Writer. This role first and foremost requires excellent writing and communication skills in order to write and edit grants and other complex documents. The Writer must also leverage skills in goal-oriented planning and organizational logistics to work effectively with diverse teams and lead project management for all RCC grants. This position requires someone who is dedicated to and excited about advancing the research enterprise of the University of Chicago.

To review the full job description and qualifications, and to apply, click here.

Employment for University of Chicago Students

The Research Computing Center hires University of Chicago students throughout the year. Students employed by the RCC work on a variety of projects based on their skills and interests. If you are interested, please email a resume and cover letter to jobs@rcc.uchicago.edu.

Please note that all applications are handled through the University's main hiring website, Workday. To apply, click on the links provided under each job summary.

The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/Disabled/Veterans Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, status as an individual with a disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or other protected classes under the law. For additional information please see the University's Notice of Nondiscrimination.

Job seekers in need of a reasonable accommodation to complete the application process should call 773-834-1841 or email talentacquisition@uchicago.edu with their request.