Employment

Below is a list of current open positions at RENCI. Ideal candidates should enjoy working with internationally known researchers and with the tools and technologies that comprise an advanced cyberinfrastructure. An interest in multidisciplinary research and in collaborating with researchers, including the development of new proposals, projects and programs, is expected. A Ph.D is required for Senior Research Scientist positions; a master degrees and/or a mix of professional experience and a bachelor's degree is required for software development positions.

Digital Content Specialist #20006768

Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI)
Digital Content Specialist
Position #20006768

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) Digital Content Specialist# 20006768


This position creates, schedules, and edits content for the RENCI and NCDS websites and for the RENCI, NCDS and iRODS social media sites (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, blogs, etc.); she/he researches and writes web stories, news releases, and calendar items; coordinates, produces, and updates web and social media content related to RENCI and NCDS events; develops, designs and disseminates RENCI and NCDS e-newsletters; uses w...

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI)
Digital Content Specialist# 20006768


This position creates, schedules, and edits content for the RENCI and NCDS websites and for the RENCI, NCDS and iRODS social media sites (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, blogs, etc.); she/he researches and writes web stories, news releases, and calendar items; coordinates, produces, and updates web and social media content related to RENCI and NCDS events; develops, designs and disseminates RENCI and NCDS e-newsletters; uses web content management systems to maintain up-to-date, accurate and visually pleasing web content; manages various content distribution lists and media lists; tracks metrics on the impact of RENCI and NCDS news releases, newsletters and social media; assists with event planning and marketing for RENCI, NCDS and the iRODS Consortium; and assists in development of marketing messages and content for RENCI, NCDS and related projects and programs.

At least three years experience creating digital/online content in an educational and/or research setting and at least five years overall experience in an educational or research setting.

Excellent writing and editing skills, including knowledge of journalistic and research writing styles and a proven ability to write about scientific and technical topics.

Excellent interpersonal communication skills

Experience using social media (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn) to build community and support the overall communications goals of an organization.

Excellent project management skills, including the ability to manage web content schedules and to manage tasks related to events.

Skills in using a wide range of communications-related software, including Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, Tweetdeck, Mailchimp, and Zoho, and media contacts management software such as Meltwater.

Ability to juggle multiple tasks and projects with little supervision.

Ability to use web collaboration tools such as WebEx.

Familiarity with, and experience in, higher education settings.

Teaching, development of curricula and/or training programs, and the ability to present educational content on the web a plus.

B.A./B.S. in communications, technical communications, journalism, education, marketing, public relations or a related field, M.A/M.S in technical communications, journalism, education, marketing or a related field strongly recommended.

Interested candidates must click on the following direct link URL from any internet browser to apply for the position: http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/78072

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity employer that welcomes all to apply, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.

Consideration of candidates will begin immediately, and will continue until the search has been successfully concluded.

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Sr. Linux and Network Systems Administrator #01001737

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI)
Sr. Linux and Network Systems Administrator
Position #01001737

This position provides experienced computational infrastructure and research software support for RENCI projects that involve local, national, and international collaborations with a range of researchers and other computer and computational scientists. In particular, it focuses on deployment and operation of widely-distributed Linux clusters and allied hardware and networking capabilities. Specialized knowledge of distributed systems, Layer 2 networking, Java and Python programming skills, Linux/LAMP systems administration, ability to build collaborative efforts with appropriate departments...

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This position provides experienced computational infrastructure and research software support for RENCI projects that involve local, national, and international collaborations with a range of researchers and other computer and computational scientists. In particular, it focuses on deployment and operation of widely-distributed Linux clusters and allied hardware and networking capabilities.

Specialized knowledge of distributed systems, Layer 2 networking, Java and Python programming skills, Linux/LAMP systems administration, ability to build collaborative efforts with appropriate departments, capacity for self-education, interdisciplinary study and inquiry, excellent oral and written communication skills, interpersonal communication, human relations and team building skills, ability to foster and maintain collaborations with both academic and industrial researchers, ability to write proposals, knowledge of research field, ability to bridge several disciplines, ability to work with fellow scientists and administrators, experience supervising student research. Hands-on experience with SDN/NFV/OpenFlow technologies required.

Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred in computer science or a related field. At least three years of senior level Linux/Unix infrastructure design and administration experience.

Interested candidates must click on the following direct link URL from any internet browser to apply for the position: http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/75547

 

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity employer that welcomes all to apply, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Consideration of candidates will begin immediately, and will continue until the search has been successfully concluded.

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