Beacon Biosignals | Multiple Roles | Remote, NYC, Boston, SF | Full Time
Beacon is driving the next-generation development of precision therapies for brain disease by making EEG-based brain monitoring accessible, interpretable, and actionable at scale. Come help us accelerate the development of new treatments for millions of patients with severe neurological and psychiatric disease!
We're hiring for several roles across engineering and product. Our tech stack includes TypeScript, Julia, PostgreSQL, Snowflake, Metabase, PostGraphile, React, React Native, Node.js, K8s, and AWS.
Want to work at a fast-paced startup that executes world-class neuroscience atop a strong engineering culture? Come join Beacon's Platform team to help us engineer the future of brain health analytics! https://beacon.bio/careers
Stanford Research Computing Center | Stanford, CA (next to Palo Alto) | Full-time | Three positions | HYBRID
The Stanford Research Computing Center (https://srcc.stanford.edu) is part of Stanford University. We are part of University IT, and have a dotted-line reporting relationship to the Vice Provost and Dean of Research. Our group does lots of stuff: We operate HPC environments for researchers, we do one-time consultations on projects (from software and pipelines, to data management, to physical building design and fit-out), and we provide contract support for individual Labs, Departments, and Schools.
We have three open sysadmin positions, all of which are in the 'contract support' part of the group.
• Research Computing Systems Specialist, Graduate School of Business: The GSB's Data, Analysis, and Research Computing (DARC) team provides a lot of direct support to GSB researchers (Faculty, Graduate students, etc.), and they rely on us to provide additional support, and to run their bespoke compute environment.
Keywords: Julia, Python, R, SAS, Stata, JupyterHub, RStudio, and MATLAB. You'll be working with one of my existing coworkers, who (among other things) maintains GSB's systems; the workload has grown to the point where we are opening a new position!
• Research Computing Systems Specialist, SDSS: The Doerr School of Sustainability is one of our largest clients. They use our primary research cluster (Sherlock); and they also have their own cluster, which you'll be responsible for. Compared to the GSB position, you'll have a lot more contact with folks in SDSS.
Keywords: Python, C, Fortran, MPI, and large jobs. You'll be working with our in-group SME, and the two sysadmins who run Sherlock.
• Stanford CryoEM Center (cEMc) Computational Resources and Data Management Specialist: Within the School of Medicine, this is a new Center, providing cryoEM equipment and services to researchers. cEMc is looking for someone who ideally has both cryoEM and Linux experience, who can advise researchers on their workflows and pipelines. You'll be a bridge between the researchers and us, helping to design workflows and pipelines that automate things as much as possible, within the limits of a shared HPC environment.
All of these cases involve working in HPC. All three positions involve working with the x64 Linux machines (either CentOS or Ubuntu). It would be great if you knew about SLURM (our job scheduler), but that's not required. For the SDSS position, it would also help if you knew MPI, as many SDSS workloads use that for inter-node communication and shared memory.
All three positions are hybrid: You can expect to be on-campus at least two or three days per week. If you don't already live in the Bay Area, I believe we do provide a relocation incentive. Depending on where you live, we provide free transit passes. Unfortunately, if you don't commute, you will have to pay for parking for the days you're on-site. Work benefits are all publicly documented at https://cardinalatwork.stanford.edu/benefits-rewards. We always get two weeks off around Christmas, through you'll have to spend one or two days on-call.
Here are the links to apply:
• GSB position: http://m.rfer.us/STANFORDBtKL8j
• cEMc position: http://m.rfer.us/STANFORDPw3L8i
If you have questions, feel free to reply here or email me (the info is in my profile).
PlantingSpace | REMOTE (European timezone) | Full-time | https://planting.space
What we are currently hiring for:
- Dynamical Systems Research: to analyze our learning algorithm as a dynamical system
- Transformers Software Engineering (NLP): For transformer models, to work on query parsing
- Global HR Manager: to build the necessary structures for us to engage the best people globally
PlantingSpace is a research and development startup with the goal of building a system capable of understanding knowledge, to answer questions and get things done. To pursue this goal, we leverage emerging scientific fields such as category theory, probabilistic programming, and cognitive science.
Our core is built in Julia, but we will also consider skills in other production languages, such as Haskell, Clojure, OCaml, Rust and C++.
If you want to learn more about our company, get some insights into what it’s like to work in our team and participate in our retreats, check our out Join Us page: https://planting.space/joinus
To see a full list of openings, and to apply, follow this link: https://jobs.lever.co/planting.space