High Performance Computing System Administration
High Performance Computing System Administration including operating system automation and tuning, system diagnostics, performance monitoring, hardware design and implementation.
Requirements: Applicants should possess a degree at the BS, MS, PhD level in Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, or related technical fields. Applicants cannot have received the most recent degree more than five years prior to the date of application. Applicants who have completed part of their education outside the US must have their foreign degrees evaluated by an accredited organization. US and non-US citizens, and permanent residents are encouraged to apply. Candidates must meet applicable security requirements and at least 3 out of the past 5 years with residency in the US.
Description: We are seeking applicants for a 1-year training fellowship (potentially renewable) to support the design and management of a high-performance computing environment (HPC). The applicant will also support scientific and regulatory computing within FDA. Candidates will be expected to work within an interdisciplinary team in managing the HPC environment with tasks including system management, automation and tuning of hardware and software systems, and user support for complex scientific and regulatory science applications. Candidates familiar with computer science concepts, some programming knowledge in compiled and scripting languages, and a strong desire to learn new technologies are preferred.
Apply by email to To-Oanh.Pham@fda.hhs.gov including CV and the names of three references with a cover letter describing your interests and career goals.