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Reference: A3992Description: We have an exciting project with a goal to develop an Ocean Monitoring and Forecasting centre in the United Arab Emirates based on the latest technology in ocean modelling. Do you have experience as a senior software developer, with specialist knowledge of programming on Linux-based High Performance Computing clusters? If so, we have an opportunity for you to work with Plymouth University / University of Plymouth Enterprise Limited (UoPEL) to develop and maintain software on the HPC cluster forming part of the UAEOcean project funded by the government of the United Arab Emirates. Other aspects of the project include the development, validation and delivery of a set of numerical oceanographic and wave models, post-processing tools, computer middleware, end-user applications and extensive training of UAE staff. The post is initially for 3 years with the potential to extend.
You will be responsible for the advice, development and delivery of a comprehensive, customer focused, integrated, cost effective and progressive software applications (Linux/ HPC) for the new Ocean Forecasting Centre in Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates) and contribute to the on-the-job training of customer staff as well the wider University agenda. The role involves travel both in the UK and overseas as well as working visits to the Ocean Forecasting Centre in the United Arab Emirates lasting 3 to 6 months each.
Assertion of a clear, structured coding style and a professional approach to code documentation and source code maintenance will be essential.
For an informal discussion, please contact Professor Georgy Shapiro, on ##### ###### or email #####@######.###
Clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service will be required for this position.
Plymouth University and UoPEL is committed to an inclusive culture and respecting diversity, and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Region: Location: PlymouthSalary: £32277 to £37394 paPackage: Full-time, Fixed-term