The Scientific Computing and Data Open Positions

Led by Dean for Scientific Computing Patricia Kovatch, the Scientific Computing team provides tools, resources, and assistance to researchers across institutions around the globe. Click here to meet our team members!

 

Open Positions

High Performance Computing is currently looking to fill the following positions:

Last update: 05/16/2022

Lead High Performance Computing Architect: The Lead HPC Architect is responsible for architecting, designing, and leading the technical operations for Scientific Computing’s computational and data science ecosystem. This ecosystem includes high-performance computing (HPC) systems, clinical research databases, and a software development infrastructure for local and national projects. To meet Sinai’s scientific and clinical goals, the Lead brings a strategic, tactical and customer-focused vision to evolve Sinai’s computational and data-rich environment to be continually more resilient, scalable and productive for basic and translational biomedical research. The development and execution of the vision includes a deep technical understanding of the best practices for computational, data and software development systems along with a strong focus on customer service for researchers. The Lead is an expert troubleshooter and productive team member. (Click here for more information or to apply)

High Performance Computing Architect: The HPC Architect, High Performance Computational and Data Ecosystem, is responsible for the architecture, design and deployment of Scientific Computing’s computational and data science ecosystem. This ecosystem includes high-performance computing (HPC) systems, clinical research databases, and a software development infrastructure for local and national projects. To meet Sinai’s scientific and clinical goals, the Architect has a deep technical understanding of the best practices for computational, data and software development systems along with a strong focus on customer service for researchers. The HPC Architect is an expert troubleshooter and productive team member. The incumbent is a productive partner for researchers and technologists throughout the organization and beyond. This position reports to the Director for Computational & Data Ecosystem in Scientific Computing. (Click here for more information or to apply)

Senior Systems Administrator: Senior Systems Administrator/Engineer is the principal technology expert for Windows and Linux systems in the Scientific Computing group. The incumbent utilizes a thorough understanding of available technology, tools and best practices to design, manage, maintain, upgrade and monitor Scientific Computing’s systems. The incumbent will develop and implement solutions responsive to researcher needs, in conjunction with other technology professionals and consistent with IT policies and Compliance. The systems will support a wide array of applications, including VMware, REDCap, Jira, Postgres, MySQL, SQL server, Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM), and other custom Sinai-developed software. In total, there are approximately 20 physical servers and 30 VMs along with an archival storage system containing over 20 petabytes of data. (Click here for more information or to apply)

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