DTEF is responsible for ‘providing outstanding work, study, research facilities, and facilities to enhance the student experience, on campus and online’.
Our directorate consists of three sections which are:
Technology: IT Infrastructure: Networks, Research IT, Faculty IT and Security, Systems, Desktop and Print.
Digital: Software, Projects, BA/change management.
Estates: Estates Operations: Asset Management, Policy & Assurance, Operations & Maintenance.
Estates Development: Estates Programmes, Projects, and DTEF Engagement.
Facilities: Campus Services: Facilities, Admin. & Customers, Accommodation & Room Bookings
Commercial Services: Retail, Catering, Conferences, Nursery, Copy & Print, York Sport, York Science Park Ltd & Guildhall.
This role is part of the Research IT Team within IT Services.
Be part of this exciting team where you will have the opportunity to engage with academics across the university facilitating both research and teaching. As part of the University of York Research IT you lead the Research Software Engineering (RSE) team. You will also provide research IT support to students and staff throughout the university with time to participate in grand funded research projects.
The Research IT Team sits within IT Services. We are responsible for maintaining and offering user support for our £2.5 million Viking HPC facility. We also provide Linux support for a number of devices and facilities within the university. As part of this team you will lead the RSE project portfolio, promoting RSE activity within the university and connecting with peers nationally. As part of this role you will be given time to pursue research software engineering projects from consultation and general research IT support to larger grant funded projects.
You will be part of modernising and innovating our offering to continue to facilitate academics in their research endeavours. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual with excellent customer service skills and a strong willingness to lead and develop the RSE offering at the university.
For informal enquiries: please contact Dr Emma Barnes - email@example.com
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We particularly encourage applications from people who identify as Black, Asian or from a Minority Ethnic background, who are underrepresented at the University.
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