Subject: POSITION: U Nebraska: Sysadmin Holland Computing Center (HPC Ctr)
From: Henry Neeman 
Date: Sun, 20 Apr 2014 13:53:19 -0500 (CDT)
OSCER users,

Forwarding from U Nebraska.

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Position Opening, University of Nebraska: System Administrator

Holland Computing Center
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

The Holland Computing Center (HCC) is a large High Performance
Computing facility supporting the NU system.

Position will be required to maintain (HCC) core resources
including, but not limited to, LDAP and group Content Management
System (CMS), provide resolution to user issues, support and
maintain user authentication mechanisms and work with (HCC)
staff to maintain systems security integrity.

Position will be expected to keep up on industry security
announcements and coordinate with other HCC staff to
appropriately respond to maintain system security and high

Various tasks including the following will be required:

maintaining and upgrading hardware, operating systems, and related
aspects (networking, storage, computing) of various systems;

performing backups;

managing user accounts;

installing new software (commercial and public domain);

maintaining system security;

monitoring system usage;

evaluating, recommending and/or negotiating specific hardware

HCC systems are integrated with national computational grids;
installation and maintenance of grid protocol software will
be required. 

Supervision, distribution and coordination of tasks for graduate
and/or undergraduate students often expected.

Position works in cooperation with other University staff and
researchers associated with research computing.

Since this is a research oriented position, a curious,
self-motivated individual who can operate successfully without
procedural details already established is essential; good
problem solving skills needed.

Position requires frequent and effective communication of
technical, operational and educational information in a variety
of formats. 

Periodic travel between NU campuses (UNO, UNMC, UNL) is required.

Criminal background check will be conducted.

Excellent benefits including staff/dependent scholarship program.

Applicant review begins March 24.

View requisition S_140131 at

for details and to apply.

UNL is committed to a pluralistic campus community through
affirmative action, equal opportunity, work-life balance, and
dual careers.