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  • Research Software and Computing Training Specialist Requisition # 2021-13074
    To apply, visit Princeton University Careers and search for the Req. # 2021-13074 under staff positions.
     

    Princeton University’s Institute for Computational Science & Engineering (PICSciE) is recruiting a full-time Research Software and Computing Training Specialist to join its team.  In this position, you will be responsible for collaborating with faculty, staff, and students in designing, teaching, evaluating, and delivering a comprehensive range of practical training programs for the research computing and data community at Princeton. You will be an integral member of Princeton’s research computing team focused on enabling cutting-edge research in advanced computing and software development tools across all disciplines. You will also orchestrate and enhance a cohesive training curriculum that includes contributions from both internal and external campus partners. 

  • Research Software Engineer: Requisition # 2021-12728   
    To apply, visit Princeton University Careers and search for the Req. # 2021-12728 under staff positions.

    Data-Driven Social Science (DDSS) at Princeton University is recruiting a Research Software Engineer (RSE) to join our growing team.  The Research Software Engineer will be an integral team member, reporting to the DDSS Executive Director and working closely with the Senior Research Specialist. They will provide technical support for a variety of computational social science research projects for faculty, student/postdoctoral researchers, and technical staff to enable and accelerate their research computing efforts.
     

  • Research Software Engineer: Requisition # 2021-12703   
    To apply, visit Princeton University Careers and search for the Req. # 2021-12703 under staff positions.

    The Research Software Engineer will join a team of academic researchers and software engineers who develop the ASPIRE software package for three-dimensional structure determination of biological molecules from cryo-electron microscopy, a technology that won the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. The Research Software Engineer will be involved in all software life cycle stages (development, optimization, testing, documentation, releasing) of the ASPIRE package and advancing its usability, efficiency, scalability, and functionality to address the evolving needs of structural biologists and method developers on campus and beyond.  The ideal candidate will have a strong background in scientific programming, open-source software development, academic research, and an interest in computational imaging.