Employment Opportunities

MOC Alliance: Managing Director

Job Description

The Managing Director for the MOC-A will play a critical high exposure role engaging the broad spectrum of MOC-A stakeholders from the private sector, public sector, academia, and BU central administration. They will be responsible for initiating, coordinating, facilitating and motivating all non-technical activities of the MOC-A in close collaboration with other MOC-A leadership. This includes the planning and execution of events including meetings and annual workshop, implementing professional communications on behalf of the project, delivery of non-technical contract deliverables and reporting, coordinating industry engagement and company/partner stewardship, and working with BU Industry Engagement (IE) and the BU Office of General Counsel (OGC) to initiate, revise and complete partner proposals and agreements.


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MOC Alliance: Software Engineer

Job Description

Highly collaborative software development and Site Reliability Engineering role as part of a Mass Open Cloud Alliance (MOC-A) agile team developing, integrating and operations of open source software and systems that support distributed hybrid cloud research. In this role you will also work to transition research and prototype solutions to production environments and contribute to open source projects that advance hybrid cloud infrastructure and operations understanding.

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New England Research Cloud: Systems Engineer III

NERC is a jointly managed and operated project between Harvard University’s FAS Research Computing and Boston University’s Research Computing. 

Job Description

Boston University is seeking a Research Computing Systems Engineer to join the development and operation efforts of the newly formed project called the New England Research Cloud (NERC). You will be contributing to design, implementation, operation, and support of advanced Research Computing (RC) services based on technologies such as OpenStack, OpenShift, Kubernetes, KVM, and CEPH. As a member of the Research Computing Systems Engineering team at Boston University, you will collaborate with our partner, Harvard University, on this project.

To learn more and apply, please visit the Boston University Human Resources website here.