The University of Missouri is searching for a Cyberinfrastructure Engineer to fill a new position that will work closely with researchers to help them evaluate their research computation needs and to recommend solutions that allow them to take full advantage of the resources available. Mizzou’s cyberinfrastructure (CI) engineers develop scientific workflows to advance research in all areas, including bioinformatics, machine learning, material science, and computational chemistry. As a cyberinfrastructure engineer, you will work on a broad range of projects across campus with opportunities to specialize in a number of domain areas.
This position is within the Research Computing Support Services (RCSS) group in the Division of IT, which manages the campus shared research computing, storage, and networking infrastructure and provides computing support, training, and consulting to the MU research community. RCSS works to ensure that the campus’ research computing infrastructure meets the growing needs of the community.
The Cyberinfrastructure Engineer will provide end user support services to faculty, staff, and students on the use of research computing hardware and software as well as scientific applications and scientific workflows.
Responsibilities of this position will include, creating and maintaining training materials for research computing related software and hardware; conducting training; evaluating, installing, upgrading, and maintain scientific software; and consulting with researchers on the development and migration of scientific workflows to a high-performance research computing environment.
To apply to the Cyberinfrastructure Engineer position at the University of Missouri go to http://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/index.php and click on staff jobs, and then prospective employees, and search for 24066
The University of Missouri also has a number of additional open positions in the area of computational support for researchers (position 24066, 23824).
— Sept. 6, 2017