StackHPC is seeking software engineers to help tackle some of the great scientific challenges of the modern age.
Our customers use cloud technology and software defined supercomputing to run scientific applications at scale. At StackHPC, we help them design, deploy and operate that infrastructure.
We're hiring software engineers with interests such as cloud infrastructure, distributed systems, network programming and visualising data, to help design, run, automate and validate this infrastructure and the application environments.
Our solutions interact with every aspect of modern cloud infrastructure, from which you can cross-pollinate emerging ideas and methods. We offer a rich mix of coding and systems work in parallel with developing StackHPC's new core project - a comprehensive test framework that covers all components, from provisioning onto bare metal and upwards.
We operate in a supportive and welcoming environment in which you can learn and flourish. From day one you'll be contributing to important and interesting projects, collaborating with accomplished Linux developers keen to share their knowledge and support this thriving open source community.
Joining StackHPC, you can shape your role in ways that build upon your strengths. We look forward to exploring where this may lead.
We're looking for
Our current technology mix - we'll help you get up to speed
Salary and benefits
StackHPC is a dynamic consultancy that develops OpenStack capabilities for research computing use cases. Fast growing, profitable and currently with 10 staff, we develop solutions and products that address the gaps in cloud for high performance research computing. Client focussed, we support globally leading universities, flagship scientific research programmes and industrial users of high-performance computing. We work actively with the OpenStack community - the team contributes to many key modules and Stig Telfer, our CTO, co-chairs the OpenStack Scientific Special Interest Group; https://www.stackhpc.com/
Our central Bristol location (Desklodge, Temple Way), is five minutes' walk from each of Bristol Temple Meads station, St Nicholas food market and Cabot Circus shopping centre.
Even if your CV isn't ready, please talk with Andrew at techfolk to find out more:
0117 318 2447 | hello[at]techfolk.co.uk | [at]we_are_techfolk
RECRUITERS: StackHPC has selected techfolk as our recruitment partner and cold calling is not welcomed.
To find out more, please be in touch via: 0117 318 2447 | hello[at]techfolk.co.uk | [at]we_are_techfolk
You can apply via: http://techfolk.co.uk/current-jobs/software-engineer-python-remote-or-central-bristol-tl241