|From||"Rotach, Mathias" <Mathias.Rotach@uibk.ac.at>|
|Date||Mon, 20 Jun 2011 10:47:25 +0200|
IT-Administrator/ Scientific Computing
The Institute for Meteorology and Geophysics at the University of Innsbruck wants to strengthen its focus on high-resolution atmospheric modeling and offers the position of an IT-administrator for scientific computing. The position is a part-time (50%) permanent position and can be extended in the framework of scientific projects (funding is available for at least the next three years). We are seeking someone who is overseeing the tasks of ‘scientific computing’ with a focus on HPC at the institute, takes responsibility for the administration of the institute’s server network, supports the scientific projects mainly concerned with atmospheric numerical modeling and coordinates the institute’s HPC activities with other university entities. We expect a BSc degree in informatics or a discipline of natural sciences (e.g., physics, mathematics or natural science), approved knowledge in the administration of LINUX/UNIX systems, programming skills (e.g., Fortran, C++, Pearl, Matlab, ..), experience in software development and, if possible, in high performance computing. Clearly, we seek a highly motivated team player with good communication skills and high flexibility. The command of the German language is not an immediate criterion, but on the long run the successful applicant must at least be able to communicate basic issues in German.
Please submit your application, which includes the usual documents, by July 6, 2011 to
Posteinlaufstelle der Zentralen Dienste
Be sure to have added the position’s code (Chiffre GEO-6585) on the outside of the envelope.
Do not hesitate to contact Alexander Gohm (alexander.gohm<at>uibk.ac.at) or Mathias Rotach (mathias.rotach<at>uibk.ac.at) for more information.
Prof. Dr. Mathias Rotach
University of Innsbruck
Institute of Meteorology and Geophysics
+43 (0)512 507 5452
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