Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Scientist, Northwest Institute for Advanced Computing (Seattle, WA) in SEATTLE, Washington

Organization and Job ID

Job ID: 306043

Directorate: Physical & Computational Sciences

Division: Advanced Computing, Mathematics & Data

Job Description

The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and the University of Washington (UW) established the Northwest Institute for Advanced Computing (NIAC) combining the expertise of two world-class research institutions to advance the use of computing in data-driven scientific discovery. NIAC employs multi-disciplinary researchers who understand advanced computing technologies and, most importantly, can collaborate with their colleagues to direct these capabilities to advance science. NIAC serves as a center of excellence and a center of collaboration for the Pacific Northwest. The successful candidate is expected to help grow the reputation of NIAC through excellence in research and aiding in recruiting top scientists.

We are seeking a scientist to conduct technical research in the area of high performance computing (HPC), parallel computing, parallel algorithms, and programming models.

This position will be located in Seattle, WA.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor's degree with at least 5 years experience or a Master's degree with 3 years experience or a PhD with 1-2 years experience.

Must be a skilled professional who applies a broad basis of existing theories, principles, and concepts to a specialty field.

Preferred Qualifications

PhD in computer science or a closely related technical discipline.

Equal Employment Opportunity

PNNL is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer that is committed to hiring a diverse, talented workforce. EOE Disability/Vet/M/F/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity. Staff at PNNL must be able to demonstrate the legal right to work in the United States.

Directorate: Physical & Computational Sci's

Job Category: Scientists/Scientific Support

Group: NIAC

Opening Date: 2016-11-15

Closing Date: 2016-12-15