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[Discuss] [Position-available] Computational Support & Training Manager Position at Boston University

Computational Support & Training Manager

The Department of Chemistry at Boston University seeks a qualified IT  
professional to fill an opening for its Computational Support and  
Training Manager. This full-time, on-site position provides  
information technology and computational science support for  
Chemistry?s teaching and research missions, ensuring a sound  
foundation of secure computing resources, support for department  
academic database administration, and web site management. The  
position also trains undergraduate and graduate students in the use of  
computational and analytical chemistry software for coursework and  
research applications, and consults and collaborates with faculty  
research groups on problems related to computational chemistry. Local  
computer hardware and software support will also be required on a  
limited basis.

The successful candidate will possess experience in Linux server  
administration, and be comfortable with both Mac and Windows operating  
environments. The position interacts with department faculty, staff,  
and students on a daily basis, as well as IT personnel at the College  
and University level. Strong people and time-management skills are  

Requires: BA/BS (MA/MS preferred), and five to eight years of  
applicable experience. A background in Chemistry or a related  
molecular science field is strongly recommended.

This Grade 56 position offers a competitive salary range with a mid- 
point in the low $80?s. Starting benefits include health, dental, and  
retirement plans; 20 vacation days/year; an annual Intersession break  
(December 25 to January 1) and other paid University holidays; and  
tuition remission for University coursework. The Chemistry Department  
is located on Boston University?s Charles River Campus close to  
Kenmore Square, and is accessible via the MBTA?s Green Line and bus  

Interested candidates should apply through the Boston University Human  
Resources website ( using tracking code  
8034/J2512. Additional information about salary ranges and benefits is  
available there as well.

Principals only, please. No recruiters or outsourcing companies.

Boston University is a non-profit institution and equal opportunity  


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