About the company
Carnegie Mellon is a global research university of more than 10, 000 students, 70, 000 alumni and 4, 000 faculty and staff.
Recognized for its world-class arts and technology programs, collaboration across disciplines and innovative leadership in education, Carnegie Mellon is consistently a top-ranked university.
At Carnegie Mellon, our core values innovation, creativity, problem-solving and collaborative teamwork provide the foundation for everything we do.
Guided by these values, Carnegie Mellon students experience a distinctive education that gives them tools to pioneer solutions through an approach that values both teamwork and leadership.
The effect is both far-reaching and close to home. Its real-world impact is visible within our local communities, across the country and around the world.
Carries out advanced scientific and technical efforts related to research projects, such as system design, configuration, and programming.
May act as team leader, in particular with problem formulation and procedural determinations. Work has significant impact on project outcomes.
Supports and facilitates research efforts by faculty, staff, and students. Assists faculty in deploying research computing infrastructure elements and applications and ensuring that these deployments meet IT security and infrastructure requirements.
Assists principal investigators with the creation and supervision of student research projects.
BA or BS in computer science, management of information systems.
Programming, scripting, and Linux OS experience.
project planning skills, excellent analytical, technical, reasoning and innovative problem solving skills.
ability to function competently in a team environment; ability to interact and communicate.