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Senior Research Software Engineer

Rosen Center for Advanced Computing (RCAC), Purdue University

From RCAC at Purdue University: 

The Senior Research Software Engineer will be an integral part of our research software engineering team and will have a main focus on continuing the development and deployment of RCAC’s HPC management platform, Halcyon. This position will be responsible for designing and developing new software and systems solutions to support faculty research, education and outreach needs utilizing high performance/distributed/cloud computing resources, scientific data, databases, visualization, web and internet technologies, and graphical user interfaces. The Senior Research Software Engineer will work within a team environment to gather requirements, participate in design reviews, implement and/or integrate new functionality, maintain systems, and assist with quality assurance. Create and maintain documentation to help train operational staff to provide support, and provide some level of direct support to end users. This position may also provide leadership and technical project management for shared cyberinfrastructure initiatives and evaluate current and future trends in areas of research software engineering. Other responsibilities may include conducting regular training workshops for researchers on computational tools; contribute to writing of conference and journal papers; participating in national computing activities by attending workshops, conferences, and potentially presenting research; and coaching and reviewing the work of lower-level professionals.

About RCAC at Purdue University:

RCAC provides access to leading-edge computational and data storage systems as well as expertise in a broad range of high-performance computing activities.

To learn more and apply, visit: Careers at Purdue

Student Opportunities

NSF ACCESS launches 2024 student training and engagement program

Deadline to apply: March 1, 2024


ACCESS Operations is launching its Student Training and Engagement Program (STEP)! STEP will function as a three-phase program intended for undergraduates or early-career graduate students interested in pursuing careers in cyberinfrastructure.

The first phase, STEP-1, is a two-week, in-person experience in Miami, May 2024. It’s open to all, including younger students with less experience.

Students who complete STEP-1, have at least 60 credit hours under their belts, and want to advance further toward a career in cyberinfrastructure can then move on to the second phase of the program, STEP-2, which is a full-time, paid summer internship.

The third and final phase of the program, STEP-3, is for those looking for a year-round, part-time, paid internship experience.

Learn more from the 2023-2024 STEP experience from the past cohort members: here.
Students interested in applying can learn more and apply here.


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