|From||"Davison, Amanda" <email@example.com>|
|Date||Fri, 30 Sep 2011 13:58:56 +0100|
Met O 002196
|Scientific Software Engineer|
|Scientific Software Engineer / Senior Scientific Software Engineer|
|Science and Engineering|
|£25,500 with progression to £31,500
£29,930 with progression to £38,325
|Starting salary = Development Zone minimum, to Contribution Zone maximum.|
|Met Office, Exeter|
Type of appointment:
|25 October 2011|
High Performance Computing forms a key part of Met Office business. There is a large set of codes that run on the supercomputers both for operational weather predication and for climate research. These codes need to be efficient on the existing machines and will need to be well-suited the next generation of supercomputer architectures.
You will work in a small team, becoming an expert on both the codes you are working with and the Met Office supercomputer architecture, enabling you to provide advice on performance matters for these codes.
Anticipated changes in supercomputer architectures will make increasingly challenging and important demands on our codes over time. You will therefore have a key role in helping to prepare our modelling infrastructure for these forthcoming architectures.
Analyse and improve performance of codes running on the supercomputer to optimise supercomputer usage thereby ensuring sufficient return on investment and production of more accurate forecasts.
Mandi Davison HR Co-ordinator (Science and
DG-06 Met Office FitzRoy Road Exeter Devon EX1 3PB United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)1392 886027 Fax: +44 (0)1392 886021
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