ExxonMobil HPC Tech Lead (Clinton) in Annandale, New Jersey
Job Role Summary
The HPC Infrastructure team is responsible for supporting all facets of the HPC service we offer our researchers. This includes design and engineering as well as operational support of the cluster hardware, operating system, networking, storage, scheduler, and end-user systems. While our HPC systems support a research-driven community we provide a production level of service.
The High Performance Computing (HPC) Technical Lead furthers the research goals of our scientists by improving, automating, optimizing, supporting, and maintaining our HPC Infrastructure and Operations. Simply, the Technical Lead is accountable for managing a small team to deliver quality HPC technical support to EMRE.
The team’s HPC System Administrators contribute together on internal projects and the delivery of new features. Further the Technical Lead demonstrates technical leadership and is capable of executing work items independently and mentoring others.
Primary Job Requirements
B.S. in Computer Science or related degree area (e.g. Computer Engineering, Information Systems)
3+ years of hands-on Linux experience (e.g. RHEL, CentOS)
Experience in administration and technical support (e.g. configuration, maintenance, upgrade, problem resolution) of production infrastructure (e.g. networking, storage, monitoring)
Excellent technical, analytical, and communication skills
Self-motivated and driven to learn/teach
Works well in a team environment supporting researchers and scientists
Leadership and interpersonal effectiveness skills
Experience with Red Hat Operating System, and Red Hat Tools
Experience with large scale production environments
Experience in HPC technologies such as
High performance files systems (e.g. GPFS, Lustre)
High speed intra-connection (e.g. Infiniband, Fibre Channel)
Batch scheduling software suites (e.g. Slurm, TORQUE)
HPC class hardware (e.g. Cray, IBM, HPE)
ExxonMobil is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship status, protected veteran status, genetic information, or physical or mental disability.