In this support role for the Australian astronomy community you will be part of a team ensuring successful delivery of high-performance computing (HPC) and data science programs. Funded through the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Scheme (NCRIS), these programs include the provision of Astronomy Data and Computing Services (ADACS) to the national astronomy community and leveraging the new Swinburne OzSTAR supercomputer which operates as a national facility for the astronomy community.
The position will be based within the Centre for Astrophysics & Supercomputing (CAS) at Swinburne University in Melbourne. CAS is one of Australia's largest astronomy centres and a leader in supercomputing with a focus on GPU programming, data processing, large-scale simulation and visualisation. The initial appointment will be for two years with the potential to extend contingent on continued funding for the program.
In this role, you will ensure the timely delivery of key software and infrastructure development projects, taking a hands-on approach where necessary and demanding high-quality outcomes. Your responsibilities will include project management, software engineering and testing, research and development activities and training. Working closely with aligned activities within the Swinburne Data Science Research Institute, you work both independently and directly with other members of the support programs as well as with members of the astronomy community.
Please go here for more details on the position, to access the position description and for information on how to apply.
Note that we intend to start considering applications and forming a shortlist from May 28th onwards until the position is filled.
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