Computational Scientist Consultant/Advisor Specialist - Band G Cornell Center for Advanced Computing
Take a lead role in providing in-depth and complex computational consulting for research groups including support for computational research, cloud computing, and high performance computing, using resources at CAC and elsewhere. Develop and author online training materials on computational topics. Computational support and training material topics can include containerization, parallelization, optimization, software libraries, visualization, and data management. Provide leadership in the development of new technologies and transitioning them into production. Test and evaluate hardware and software technologies. Develop and deliver presentations and papers. Write technical documentation.
B.S. in science, engineering, computer science, mathematics, or related field
At least 5 years programming experience, preferably in a research computing environment
Expertise in some of the following languages: Python, Java/Scala, MATLAB, SQL, R, C/C++, Fortran
Strong communication skills, including writing, speaking, documentation, teaching, diagramming
Ability to work effectively both collaboratively and independently
Experience using software development tools and developing scientific workflows
Experience developing training materials in any medium
Background in computational research
Experience in writing grant proposals
Background in developing computationally intensive applications
Performance: apply techniques in optimization, vectorization, and performance analysis
Parallel programming: design and implement distributed and parallel applications
Large data: perform data analysis, data mining, database design and programming
Visualization: use visualization tools and software in data analysis
Visa sponsorship not available for this position.
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