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    Summary

    Summary: A successful candidate in this position will have manage broad responsibility for areas in applied mathematics and computer science research, as well as network research and computational partnerships which can cross-cut several areas of responsibility.

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    Responsibilities

    As a Computer Scientist you will:

    Develop the vision for long-term computer science research to address the increasingly diverse and complex future high performance computing environments. Provides scientific guidance needed to align computer science research with that vision and sustain that research at world-class levels.

    Serve as Program Manager determining scientific focus and direction of assigned areas of computer science, preparing calls for proposals, organizing independent peer reviews, recommending funding allocations, organizing Principal Investigator meetings, serving as a liaison on committees, and monitoring scientific computing progress of the program.

    Conceive, justifies, plans, initiates, manages, and coordinates all aspects of a broad range of collaboration technology, collaboratories, and/or the supporting middleware research.

    Serve as a recognized scientific computing authority and expert resource in computer science research, in areas such as programming environments, runtime systems, methodologies and tools for high performance and highly distributed computing, and as such has the responsibility to plan, coordinate, implement, and evaluate research programs in this field on a national and international level.

    Prepare, justifies, and supports the portions of the budget relating to computer science. Proposes and implements adjustments to programs during the budget approval process and responds to unanticipated developments. Develops, coordinates, and organizes funding allocations for assigned programs.

    Selects and ascertains the qualifications and suitability of peer reviews for proposed new programs and on-going programs. Evaluates the comprehensives, balance, appropriateness and applicability of the reviews received

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - 25% of the time

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    15

  • Job family (Series)

    1550 Computer Science

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