Two Open positions at PDC

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Do you have experience managing large Linux systems?

Would you like to work with the next supercomputer at KTH in Stockholm?

The PDC Center for High Performance Computing (which is based at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in central Stockholm) is expanding its group of system administrators and has a position open for a senior high performance computing (HPC) system manager.
The new system manager will take up a leading role in the system administrator team (which consists of about eight people), running PDC’s computational and storage infrastructure. The work includes administration of the HPC and storage infrastructures and services, development of these services based on user needs and technological advances, and close interactions with the PDC application experts, users and suppliers of computing systems and software.

Applicants need to be comfortable using English as PDC is an international environment. Swedish is not required, so applicants from outside Sweden are welcome. (It is easy to live in Stockholm if you don’t speak Swedish as nearly everyone here speaks English.)​
For more information about the position and how to apply, see:

​Note that applications close on the 26th of October 2020.​

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Would you like to manage Sweden’s most advanced and green supercomputer hall?

The PDC Center for High Performance Computing (which is based at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in central Stockholm) is looking for a computer hall manager who would initially work with the current computer hall manager and then work more independently.

You will need to be comfortable using English as PDC is an international environment. Applicants from outside Sweden are welcome as Swedish is not a requirement, however it would be useful if you can know a little Swedish for contacts with local contractors. (It is easy to live in Stockholm if you don’t speak Swedish as nearly everyone here speaks English, and Swedish language tuition is provided free for staff members who would like to learn some Swedish.)

It would be good if you have training and experience working with power distribution, cooling and control (particularly if you have worked with computer halls, computer networks or other industrial environments with high requirements in terms of reliability).

For further information about the position and how to apply, see:

Note that applications close on the 12th of October 2020.​​​