The Research Computing Center invites you to join our team.

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Open positions:

Image Analysis & Data Visualization

The Research Computing Center (RCC) seeks an experienced Computational Image Analysis and Data Visualization Specialist to serve as a technical domain expert in supporting and advising faculty, post-docs, and graduate students on the design and implementation of visualization and analysis solutions in a wide range of research domains. The successful candidate will join a team of consultants who are playing a key role in building an inter-disciplinary local community of users and experts in scientific computing, computation, image analysis, and data visualization at the University of Chicago. 

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

 

HPC System Administrator

The University of Chicago is seeking a highly qualified HPC system administrator 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 procurement and management of HPC hardware and software. 

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

 

Application Software Developer

The Research Computing Center (RCC) is seeking a highly motivated Software Developer to work closely with faculty and researchers at the University of Chicago. The person in this position will be an experienced software developer leading the development and improvements of faculty and researchers' software projects. The position will require the development, testing, debugging, and maintenance of new and existing application software. 

The person in this position will collaborate directly with faculty, researchers, users and RCC colleagues. S/he will define and document project requirements and provide overall technical leadership in design, architecture and implementation of software solutions. The Developer will work on a variety of projects, with faculty campus-wide. 

The person in this position will evaluate new technologies and software products to determine feasibility and desirability of incorporating their capabilities within research projects. May manage staff. Performs other duties as assigned.  

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Computational Scientist, Social Sciences

The Research Computing Center (RCC) is seeking a highly motivated Computational Scientist, Social Sciences to work closely with faculty and researchers in the Social Sciences Division at the University of Chicago. The person in this position will serve as a technical domain expert in supporting and advising faculty on using high-end computing and big data for their research and grant writing. The successful candidate will join a team of computational scientists who are playing a key role in the creation of a scientific computing support group at the University of Chicago. 

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RCC Programs Administrator

Manage ongoing projects and programs for the RCC. Respond promptly to all faculty and researchers requests to participate in the Consultant Partnership Program (ConPP) and the Cluster Partnership Program (CPP), create all necessary documentation and follow up with the faculty and researchers throughout the process. Partner with RCC leadership to coordinate and develop reports for the various RCC faculty programs. Oversee the creation of an expandable database of reference materials and maintain data within the database. Responsible for all data collection, querying the database, and providing the RCC director with reports as requested. Manage and coordinate all aspects of new RCC projects. Conduct research and prepare special or ad hoc reports as requested. Schedule, assist with planning, and preparation for all faculty committee meetings. Staff and assist the RCC faculty resource allocation advisory committee. As needed, coordinate logistics for workshops, speaker series, and other events. Serve as a back up to the administrative assistant. Perform other duties as assigned.  

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