November 07, 2014
The Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium (PCIC) hosts over a dozen scientists, analysts, post-doctoral fellows and students performing leading edge climate research. The IT Specialist/Linux System Administrator works to build and maintain our state of the art computational and storage infrastructure under the direct supervision of the Lead for Computational Support. At present, we maintain a rack full of Linux servers at the University of Victoria which host hundreds of terabytes of high-resolution spatio-temporal climate data and model output.
Why work at PCIC?
You will be a part of a talented and dedicated team that builds the foundation upon which great research is performed. We offer flexible working hours, good annual leave plus one-week Christmas/New Year University closure, excellent benefits and pension plans. You will have your own office, the freedom to plan your day, and the resources to creatively deploy enterprise-level solutions. The office culture features weekly “recess” (with free snacks) and Friday afternoon outdoor socials (during fair weather). With our offices at UVic, your breaks can easily include a walk on the beach, a hike in the woods, or taking advantage of the many campus amenities.
This is a continuing position.
Weekly working hours
Full time (37.5 hours per week)
Part-time option available
Other Information: Remote work option not available
Salary range: $47,653 - $58,325
Computational Support Grid level: 1
Please send your application with a resume and contact information for three professional references, to Mr. James Hiebert, <email@example.com>, with “ATTN: IT Specialist/Linux System Administrator” in the subject line. Please indicate whether you are legally able to work in Canada.