What We Do: The SEI Emerging Technology Center helps the government stay on the edge of technology. The world is innovating software and information technologies rapidly, and the Center identifies, demonstrates, and applies emerging software technologies to meet critical mission needs. We promote government awareness and knowledge of emerging technologies and their application, and our work shapes and leverages academic and industrial research.
Position Summary: The SEI Emerging Technology Center matches state-of-the-art software research with critical U.S. Government (USG) needs. We are seeking an Infrastructure Engineer.
The Infrastructure Engineer supports the Center’s mission by serving as a subject matter expert on developing, evaluating, and maintaining high-performance IT systems. These systems support the Center’s efforts to transition and operationalize research concepts of significant value to the USG. The Center works on leading edge technologies and applies them to important and challenging problems. The work environment is dynamic and flexible, with constant opportunities to develop new skills, to learn about new software frameworks and techniques, to work on emerging architectures and systems, and to make a difference.
The Infrastructure Engineer’s duties include taking a hands-on role on teams of Software Developers, Technical Analysts, and Intelligence Analysts to design, build, and maintain enterprise IT systems - this infrastructure supports delivering capabilities to the USG building on state-of-the-art research in analytics, data architectures, software assurance, security, and human information interaction; daily collaboration with the team to understand, plan and implement infrastructure practices and changes; manage and evolve the HHPC cluster; contribute technical knowledge and experience as available to projects including big data, data intensive scalable computing, and high performance computing; defining, implementing, and communicating best practices and standards for staff that access the Center's Hardware; and serves as primary technical liaison to corporate IT.