This position is part of the technical team that manages all aspects of the SHARCNET distributed high performance computing: hardware, software and networking infrastructure. The technical team is responsible for ensuring the ongoing operation and effective use of SHARCNET resources and participates in planning for new systems and services.
SHARCNET, a partner organization in The Alliance, offers a challenging opportunity for a Systems Administrator – Networking, based at the University of Waterloo. SHARCNET and The Alliance provide advanced computing resources and services for researchers.
This is a full-time position, contingent on funding.
Support and Administration of SHARCNET
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