Job Posting: Computer Systems Engineer I/II
PDAdams at nospam.lbl.gov
Mon Nov 8 23:57:10 EST 1999
Computer Systems Engineer I/II
CSE I $3605-$5717/Mo.
CSE II $4326-$7210/Mo.
Computational Crystallography Initiative,
Physical Biosciences Division,
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,
NOTE: One vacancy exists. Classification will depend upon the
applicant's level of skills, knowledge, and abilities. This is a
one-year term appointment with the possibility of renewal contingent
upon continued funding.
DUTIES: Essential -- Under the general direction of the principal
investigator of the Computational Crystallography Initiative, assist
with the development and implementation of a high-level crystallographic
computing language and numerical algorithms for a scientific
application. The overall objectives of the Computational Crystallography
Initiative include the design of a high-level crystallographic computing
language, implemented as an "interpreter" using common computer language
creation tools. The resulting computational architecture will create a
highly flexible and open environment in which to execute new algorithms
for the automation of the multi-wavelength anomalous diffraction method,
model building, structure refinement, and eventually all major aspects
of X-ray crystallography.
Essential for the CSE II -- In addition to the CSE I duties, the CSE II
will be expected to provide technical guidance to other group members
and to engage in independent research.
QUALIFICATIONS: Essential -- Candidates will be considered from across
all levels of computer systems engineering experience. Most important is
scripting language. Familiarity with one or more of the following is
desirable: current language translation tools (e.g., PCCTS/ANTLR),
source code revision systems, API design, web-based interfaces. Marginal
-- Experience in development and implementation of numerical algorithms
for scientific applications. Familiarity with UNIX or Windows system
Essential for the CSE II -- In addition to the qualifications for the
CSE I, the CSE II will have a proven ability to assume lead roles in
activities and to grasp complex problems and independently develop
solutions and will possess an in-depth background in software
POSTING DATE: October 21, 1999.
CLOSING DATE: Open until filled.
Further details about the position can be obtained from Paul Adams
(principal investigator) by email to PDAdams at lbl.gov
Please submit one copy of your resume via email (our preferred method)
to: employment at lbl.gov (no attachments, please). Reference job number
PB/011299 in your cover letter. Or mail to: Lawrence Berkeley National
Laboratory, One Cyclotron Road, MS 937-0600, Berkeley, CA 94720. Or FAX:
510-486-5870. Visit the Berkeley Lab Web site at:
http://www.lbl.gov/CJO. Berkeley Lab is an AA/EEO employer.
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