Work on the OU supercomputer!

Henry Neeman passed along this great opportunity for OU students only:

The OU Norman campus opportunity below is available to OU students only.



Student Employee – Supercomputing Internship (FALL)

Requisition Number: 15162
Position #: 00022344

Job Search Category: Student or Work Study
Job Type: Part-Time
Number Needed: 1
Listing Category: Technical and Paraprofessional

Department: Information Technology (IT)
Campus: Norman

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

Work Schedule: Normal working hours are M-F 8-5. Will depend on
class schedule.
Hours per week: 15-20

Are you interested in an Opportunity to gain real-world IT

Information Technology is offering a one-year paid Internship
that will emphasize the prevalence of Supercomputing Technology.

As an OU IT Intern, you will have an opportunity to work as a
member of a team of IT Professionals specializing in
Supercomputing technology.

You will be assigned a mentor and will learn the following
development concepts as well as apply them in real-life IT

* Account management
* Batch system/queue management
* Software management
* File system management
* Network management and troubleshooting
* User application support
* Hardware maintenance
* Backups/Restores

Note: This internship may also be eligible for college credit.

Required Education and Experience: High School diploma or GED as
well as some formal college training.

***Must have completed intro programming classes or equivalent

Must be currently enrolled in the FALL 2012 term as a student at
the University of Oklahoma. Hiring contingent upon verification of
current student status.

Required Skills and Proficiencies:

The ideal candidate demonstrates a strong work ethic, is
self-directed and is productive working independently as well as
collaboratively; Must be an analytical thinker with the ability to
identify, define, interpret, and resolve both technical and human

Must have completed intro programming classes or equivalent

* Computer Skills
* Excellent Communication Skills

Department Preferences:

* Undergraduate study in MIS, Computer Science, Engineering or
other computer related field.
* Experience in Unix system administration.
* Experience with C programming language.
* Experience with Perl programming language.

You’ll be working with OSCER not Oscar!