Applicants should have advanced, demonstrable, knowledge of OpenStack (Keystone, Horizon, Nova, Neutron, Cinder, Swift, Glance, Trove) and Docker/Kubernetes industry-standard cloud Computing.
Among the key duties of this position are the following:
Performs planning and execution of hardware installations and upgrades, OS installation, service deployment, monitoring and support of various systems running on Linux.
Establishes and maintains a stable, secure scientific computing environment to achieve maximum uptime.
Responsible for problem identification and resolution, managing and documenting systems for multiple ongoing research projects, and coordinating daily operations with other IT staff within the organization.
Ensures quality of service delivery through assessment of work processes and identification and implementation of improvements in the daily operations.
Creates and maintains software tools for infrastructure management and orchestration; implements scripts and tools for automation of routine tasks.
Supports multi-user computer, IT services, storage, networking, security, automation, and cloud deployment solutions.
Plans and executes software and hardware installations and upgrades; troubleshoots clusters and servers and associated peripherals.
Bachelor’s degree preferably in computer science, or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
A minimum of three years of related systems administration experience.