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The TeRABIT Project is hiring 1 Infrastructure Manager

Pubblicato il 20 April 2023

In the framework of the TeRABIT project, funded by the Italian National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP - NextGenerationEU funds), INFN, Italy’s National Institute for Nuclear Physics is hiring 1 staff unit as Infrastructure Manager (deadline for applications: 8th May).

The employment contract is for a fixed term of 30 months with the classification as Senior Technologist of II professional level. Place of work is the CNAF in Bologna (Italy).

Candidates should hold a university master degree and have a work experience of no less than 8 years post-lauream in managing IT projects and initiatives. Proven experience is required in the managementand support of IT infrastructures, as well as in supporting the administrative, technical and scientific coordination of complex IT projects and for relations with the reviewers appointed by the funding authoritys.

The announcement is available at the link:

The application form must be submitted by 4 pm on 8 May 2023.

ABout the TeRABIT project

The TeRABIT project will create by 2025 an integrated computing and network infrastructure with very high performance and make it accessible to scientific communities throughout the national territory.

Co-managed by GARR, INFN, OGS and CINECA and financed with PNRR funds, TeRABIT will integrate and enhance three large strategic research infrastructures: GARR-T, PRACE-Italy and HPC-BD-AI:

  • GARR-T, network infrastructure to support education and research in Italy which will be upgraded with connections at capacities up to terabit per second, reaching geographic areas complementary to those already covered through other interventions, reducing the digital divide for the community of research.
  • PRACE-Italy, high performance computing infrastructure (HPC) - Italian node of the European PRACE infrastructure - which will upgrade its Tier-1 category HPC system, developing a hybrid architecture and connecting it to the other Exascale centers of EuroHPC as CINECA supercomputer Leonardo, part of ICSC.
  • HPC-BD-AI, a computing infrastructure distributed across multiple sites throughout the country capable of managing high-performance computing resources, big data and artificial intelligence applications, which will create smaller HPC systems, available according to the paradigm of edge computing.

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