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[Met-jobs] Sysadmin job in Oxford

From William Ingram <ingram@atm.ox.ac.uk>
To <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Thu, 21 Aug 2014 15:21:44 +0100

Do you know anyone who'd be interested in a sysadmin job in Oxford?

climateprediction.net is looking for one:
http://oerc.ox.ac.uk/news/climatepredictionnet-research-computing-specialist
& copied below.

Deadline next week.

William Ingram

ingram@atm.ox.ac.uk                            07753 88 0750
118, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics, Clarendon Laboratory,
Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PU, UK.  +44 1865 272 931 (fax 923) 


Within the Centre's Volunteer Computing Group we are seeking to appoint a 
Software and Systems specialist to strengthen the group to support new projects 
that utilise the Climateprediction.net platform.  The particular focus of this 
work is two-fold, firstly to develop the current CPDN server platforms to 
support the deployment of large ensembles of global and regional climate 
models, manage the date they return and make this available to collaborating 
scientists, secondly the postholder will suppport the management of the 
production server infrastructure.

Applicants will have a doctorate or equivalent experience in and ICT/Computer 
Science relevant subject.  Exceptionally well qualified candidates without a 
doctorate will be considered but may be appouinted on a lower salary scale 
(Grade 6 - £27,057 - £32,277pa), with an appropriate adjustment of duties.  You 
will manage the infrrastructure and servers which run climateprediction.net and 
weather@home, you will be developing the infrastructure to ease the projects 
operational management and supporting cutting edge climate modelling and 
attibution studies managing real and current big data problems.

This post is fixed term until 31st May 2016 in the first instance; closing date 
for application is 12 noon on 29th August 2014,

Contact - Dr David Wallom



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