The Research Computing Center invites you to join our team.

Please note that all applications are handled through the University's main hiring website, jobopportunities.uchicago.edu. You can search for these listed jobs by the requisition number provided.

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Open positions:

Computational Scientist

The Research Computing Center is seeking a highly motivated Computational Scientist 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 machine learning techniques for big data analysis for their research and grant writing. The successful candidate will join a team of consultants who are playing a key role in the creation of a scientific computing support group at the University of Chicago.

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

Computational Scientist/ Application Architect

The Research Computing Center (RCC) is seeking a motivated Computational Scientist/Application Architect 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 and related technologies for their research. The Computational Scientist/Application Architect will work on a variety of projects with faculty campus-wide.

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

Application Software Developer

The Research Computing Center (RCC) is seeking an experienced software developer who will be leading the development and improvements of faculty and researchers’ software projects. The person in this position will collaborate directly with faculty, researchers, users and RCC colleagues. The Application Software Developer will work on a variety of projects with faculty campus-wide.

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

Front-end Web Developer

The Research Computing Center (RCC) is seeking a highly motivated Front-End Web Developer to primarily support the unit website and collaborate with faculty and researchers to develop or enhance RCC supported web-based applications that support their research projects. Develops web-based applications to allow website elements to interact with RCC’s backend systems and services. The Front-End Web Developer should have a strong background in web-design and be experienced with content management systems. The Front-End Web Developer manages and carries out the development and deployment of custom web-applications to the RCC website. Requires some development effort for web-facing content using a variety of software applications, techniques, and tools. Design, implement and maintain effective, dynamic and well thought out interactive elements of the RCC website. Ensures timely updates and on-going maintenance of websites and online services. Ensures quality control through code review, testing, and debugging software for accuracy, completeness, and system integrity. Documents development decisions and processes thoroughly. Performs other duties as assigned.

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

Senior Linux Administrator

The University of Chicago is seeking a highly qualified Sr. Linux 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 hardware and software.

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.