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Service Development Manager

NeSI (University of Auckland), Auckland, NZ
The Service Development role, whilst employed by the University of Auckland, is a NeSI national role. Your primary responsibilities will be to manage service development and delivery to create efficiency. A key goal of the role is to work alongside the team and researchers to support stakeholder value realisation, monitoring and reporting.

This is a specialised role, requiring a strong background in driving service design and client experience, change management, as well as extensive previous experience in HPC/research/complex IT computing. As a member of a team that is providing national solutions in the high-performance computing and eScience domain, you will have the opportunity to work with colleagues across the country and internationally to develop and deliver a state-of-the art eScience infrastructure.

Closing Date: Sunday 25 June 2017
Location: Dunedin, New Zealand
Salary: Based on experience

For more information about the position and application process please contact:
Brian Corrie.

Full details are available at: https://www.nesi.org.nz/vacancies/2017/06/service-development-manager

Systems Integrator

NeSI (University of Otago), Dunedin, New Zealand
This position is a unique opportunity to work within New Zealand’s National eScience Infrastructure (NeSI), using your systems integration skills to support NeSI’s national data services.

As part of a collaborative national team, you will provide expert systems integration services to research institutions and researchers around the country.

You will spend your time working closely with NeSI staff, member institutions, researchers and research groups, advising them on research data services integration; designing, developing and modifying NeSI’s distributed data services; implementing end-to-end complex data pipelines, and contributing to strategies and plans to improve NeSI data services uptake, utilisation and efficiency for the national research community.

Closing Date: Sunday 25 June 2017
Location: Dunedin, New Zealand
Salary: Based on experience

For more information about the position and application process please contact:
Dave MacLaurin.

Full details are available at: https://www.nesi.org.nz/vacancies/2017/06/systems-integrator

Data Analytics Specialist

NeSI (University of Otago), Dunedin, New Zealand
This role represents a unique opportunity to work within New Zealand’s National eScience Infrastructure (NeSI), to lead its new data analytics capability. As part of a collaborative national team, you will get a unique chance to design and build new data analytics services for research teams around the country.

You will spend your time expertly developing, optimising, testing and maintaining data science / analytics codes, data visualisation solutions, and various database environments. You will make a major contribution to strategies and plans to deliver new NeSI data analytics services, for the national research community.

Closing Date: Sunday 25 June 2017
Location: Dunedin, New Zealand
Salary: Based on experience

For more information about the position and application process please contact:
Dave MacLaurin.

Full details are available at: https://www.nesi.org.nz/vacancies/2017/06/data-analytics-specialist

Applications Support Specialist

NeSI (University of Auckland), Auckland, NZ
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced HPC Applications Support Specialist to make a significant contribution to the New Zealand research landscape by working within NeSI.

The Application Support Specialist operates nationally, providing front-line support to researchers including installing, porting, testing and troubleshooting science codes, machine access, job submissions and workflows. This position is responsible for maintaining an awareness and understanding of scientific programming and HPC and will see you:

Advise researchers on how to apply for and access NeSI infrastructure, including assisting with their workflow development and software needs.
Assist in planning and running workshops and training courses.
Providing a responsive experience working with scientists with a variety of different computational backgrounds, as well as being a trusted adviser.

Closing Date: Sunday 2 July 2017
Location: Wellington, New Zealand
Salary: Based on experience

For more information about the position and application process please contact:
Brian Corrie.

Full details are available at: https://www.nesi.org.nz/vacancies/2017/06/applications-support-specialist

Quality Engineer – IME

DDN Storage, Paris, France
The candidate will work on DDN’s IME products which are customized to deliver extremely high speed performance using cutting edge technology.

The QA Automation Engineer develops, maintains, and executes automated test scripts, automation applications and testing/QA infrastructures for all phases of testing storage subsystems. Evaluates, recommends, and implements automated test tools/scripts and strategies to expedite testing cycles and improve overall testing quality. Architect, design and implement test harness software, hardware and system solutions used for all phases of development and testing. Works very closely with development engineers on new features during the development cycle. May be required to support development and QA team with lab management tasks including system setup, administration and configuration.

Closing Date: August 2017
Location: Paris, France

Salary: Competitive

For more information about the position and application process please see: https://careers-ddn.icims.com/jobs/1995/ime—quality-assurance-engineer/job

IME Specialist Support Engineer

DDN Storage, Paris, France
IME Specialist Support Engineer is a hybrid role focused on the support of the IME system for both internal and customer owned IME systems. Team members must cultivate an expertise of the IME storage system so it may be applied to assisting customer deployments and triaging issues which may arise in customer environments. Members of the team will have some shared responsibility in maintaining DDN’s internal IME cluster systems and be responsible for some application benchmarking.

Closing Date: August 2017
Location: Paris, France

Salary: Competitive

For more information about the position and application process please see: https://careers-ddn.icims.com/jobs/2039/ime-specialist-support-engineer/job

IME Software Engineer

DDN Storage, Paris, France
DDN is currently seeking a Software Engineer to work in our Paris location to assist with feature design and development of DDN’s Infinite Memory Engine (IME) technology. Interested candidates must have a strong background in the design and development of distributed high-performance computing systems and high-performance storage systems. Candidates must have strong verbal and written communication skills and excellent organizational skills.
Closing Date: August 2017
Location: Paris, France

Salary: Competitive

For more information about the position and application process please see: https://careers-ddn.icims.com/jobs/2002/ime-software-engineer—-phase-4/job

Performance Analysis and Modeling Post-Doc

DDN Storage, Paris, France
The goal of this position is to study the available tools and methods to capture I/O running on different type of HPC systems. From a simple workstation using a local file system to a supercomputer using distributed and parallel file systems.

The research engineer will have to realize a comprehensive study of the state of the art, and to design and implement a tool allowing not only to captures traces but also to replay them on demand. This last point is critical, since it allows to simulate on a target system a workload generated by an application without launching the application itself. Thus, the gain in local memory and processing power enable to launch concurrently multiple times the trace, hence to generate a much larger workload without breaking the semantic of the original application. Following this scale-out tools, the research engineer will design and develop tools to predict the behaviour of an I/O subsystem when confronted with huge workloads. Such a tool will allow to predict the bottlenecks and detect the potential weakness of current storage system. This is considered as a key element in order to design future storage architectures for Exascale class supercomputer.
Closing Date: August 2017
Location: Paris, France

Salary: Competitive

For more information about the position and application process please see: https://careers-ddn.icims.com/jobs/1916/performance-analysis-and-modeling-post-doc/job

Performance Analysis and Modeling Post-Doc

DDN Storage, Paris, France
The goal of this position is to study the available tools and methods to capture I/O running on different type of HPC systems. From a simple workstation using a local file system to a supercomputer using distributed and parallel file systems.

The research engineer will have to realize a comprehensive study of the state of the art, and to design and implement a tool allowing not only to captures traces but also to replay them on demand. This last point is critical, since it allows to simulate on a target system a workload generated by an application without launching the application itself. Thus, the gain in local memory and processing power enable to launch concurrently multiple times the trace, hence to generate a much larger workload without breaking the semantic of the original application. Following this scale-out tools, the research engineer will design and develop tools to predict the behaviour of an I/O subsystem when confronted with huge workloads. Such a tool will allow to predict the bottlenecks and detect the potential weakness of current storage system. This is considered as a key element in order to design future storage architectures for Exascale class supercomputer.
Closing Date: August 2017
Location: Paris, France

Salary: Competitive

For more information about the position and application process please see: https://careers-ddn.icims.com/jobs/1916/performance-analysis-and-modeling-post-doc/job

QA Engineering Manager

DDN Storage, Columbia, MD, USA
DDN is currently seeking a Software QA Manager to work in our Maryland office leading a globally distributed QA engineering team for DDN’s Infinite Memory Engine (IME) technology. We are looking for an experienced QA Manager with strong technical and people management skills, who will contribute to the collaborative culture of our team and the business unit as a whole. You will be responsible for setting direction for software QA discipline including testing methodologies, types of testing and test development (automated and manual) and test execution, setting testing schedules and partnering with program management in product delivery.
Closing Date: August 2017
Location: Columbia, MD, USA

Salary: Competitive

For more information about the position and application process please see: https://careers-ddn.icims.com/jobs/2035/qa-engineering-manager-%28req-2035%29/job

Software Engineer, Advanced Programs

DDN Storage, Columbia, MD, USA
DDN is currently seeking a Software Engineer, Advanced Programs to work in our Maryland location to assist with research and development related to DDN’s Infinite Memory Engine (IME) technology. Interested candidates must have a strong background in the research, design, and development of any of the following systems and technologies:

  1. Distributed systems
  2. Cloud and distributed computing frameworks
  3. Big Data technologies
  4. Enterprise-class storage systems
  5. High-performance storage systems

Closing Date: August 2017
Location: Columbia, MD, USA

Salary: Competitive

For more information about the position and application process please see: https://careers-ddn.icims.com/jobs/2017/software-engineer-ime–advanced-programs/job

Quality Engineer- IME

DDN Storage, Pune, India and Columbia, MD, USA
The candidate will work on DDN’s IME products which are customized to deliver extremely high speed performance using cutting edge technology.

The QA Automation Engineer develops, maintains, and executes automated test scripts, automation applications and testing/QA infrastructures for all phases of testing storage subsystems. Evaluates, recommends, and implements automated test tools/scripts and strategies to expedite testing cycles and improve overall testing quality. Architect, design and implement test harness software, hardware and system solutions used for all phases of development and testing. Works very closely with development engineers on new features during the development cycle. May be required to support development and QA team with lab management tasks including system setup, administration and configuration.

Closing Date: August 2017
Location: Multiple locations: Pune, India and Columbia, MD, USA

Salary: Competitive

For more information about the position and application process please see: https://careers-ddn.icims.com/jobs/2000/ime—quality-assurance-engineer/job
For more information about the position and application process please see:

IME Specialist Support Engineer

DDN Storage, Pune, India and Columbia, MD, USA
IME Specialist Support Engineer is a hybrid role focused on the support of the IME system for both internal and customer owned IME systems. Team members must cultivate an expertise of the IME storage system so it may be applied to assisting customer deployments and triaging issues which may arise in customer environments. Members of the team will have some shared responsibility in maintaining DDN’s internal IME cluster systems and be responsible for some application benchmarking.
Closing Date: August 2017
Location: Multiple locations: Pune, India and Columbia, MD, USA

Salary: Competitive

For more information about the position and application process please see:

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