HPC Systems Administrators – IRC248806
About the Hartree Centre
At the Hartree Centre, we want to see UK businesses outperforming their global competitors. We want to grow the economy, create skilled jobs and train people to excel in them. Most of all, we want to keep the UK at the forefront of industrial innovation. We're making all this happen and more by enabling UK industry to fully embrace and integrate the latest digital and cognitive technologies.
We provide collaborative research, innovation and development services that accelerate the application of high performance computing (HPC), data analytics and artificial intelligence technologies.By working with us, businesses and research partners can gain a competitive advantage that enables them to produce better outcomes, products and services more quickly and cheaply than through conventional R&D.
We have a technically exciting computing environment, encompassing a wide range of hardware and software technologies.
Our staff are key to our success and we value them highly.Reasons our staff enjoy working for us:
For more information on benefits why not take a look at: http://www.stfccareers.co.uk/why-join/rewards-and-benefits/
About the Role
The Hartree Centre is looking to recruit talented systems administrators to the Platforms and Infrastructure Group.You will be keen to learn and have a demonstrable interest in supporting novel technology as well as a good understanding of high performance computing, data analytics and/or artificial intelligence.We operate a service desk according to ITIL best practice and the role will include providing L2 support.Experience with ITSM tools, especially ServiceNow, will be an advantage.
We are looking for someone with excellent communication skills who can work effectively with all stakeholders from team members to users of the service.The successful candidate will report to the Group Leader, Platforms and Infrastructure Group.
Responsibilities will include:
Personal Skills and Attributes
The Platforms and Infrastructure Group are looking for:
Other relevant information
Successful candidates will be expected to provide out-of-hours on-call cover, on a shared rota basis.
Successful candidates will be expected to undergo National Security Vetting to SC level before being confirmed in this role. One of the requirements for this is that you have been living in the UK for at least five years.
There is a requirement for occasional travel to work related meetings within the UK.International travel may be required in exceptional circumstances.
How to apply
Applicants are required to include a cover letter detailing your suitability for the role.
The closing date for applications is 14th April 2019, however applicants will be reviewed and interviewed on an ongoing basis.
To apply please click the Apply button. Applicants who are unable to apply online should contact us on 01793 867000.