System Administrator
This position is responsible for implementing specialized computational systems for IQB researchers conducting cutting-edge science.

Among the key duties of this position are the following:
• Performs planning and execution of hardware installations and upgrades, OS installation, service deployment, monitoring and support of various systems running on Linux.
• Establishes and maintains a stable, secure scientific computing environment to achieve maximum uptime.
• Responsible for problem identification and resolution, managing and documenting systems for multiple ongoing research projects, and coordinating daily operations with other IT staff within the organization.
• Ensures quality of service delivery through assessment of work processes and identification and implementation of improvements in the daily operations.
• Creates and maintains software tools for infrastructure management and orchestration; implements scripts and tools for automation of routine tasks.
• Supports multi-user computer, IT services, storage, networking, security, automation, and cloud deployment solutions.
• Plans and executes software and hardware installations and upgrades; troubleshoots clusters and servers and associated peripherals.


Unit Computing Manager
This position at the Institute for Quantitative Biomedicine (which houses RCSB PDB at Rutgers) is responsible for providing specialized, technical support for the Institute’s residents and cutting edge science.

Duties include planning and execution of technical installations and upgrades, configurations, monitoring and support of general software and hardware workstations (Mac, Linux, and Windows) and servers of various Linux distributions for the resident research groups.

Supports the audiovisual needs of the Institute, maintaining service contracts and equipment in the Institute’s conferencing facilities, overseeing operations of the equipment, training end users in the tools, and recording and archiving designated events.

The UCM is responsible for maintaining the Institute’s web infrastructure consisting of a large number of Drupal sites. Working with lab project managers, the UCM will update web content, apply patches, update html, css, and php code, and cleanup or install new Drupal sites as needed. The individual must be able to handle multiple, shifting priorities and respond effectively and efficiently to IQB residents’ technical needs.

Requires a bachelor’s degree in computer science or equivalent and 3 years of experience administering Linux, Mac and Windows desktop systems; experience working with Linux desktop management, HTML and Drupal.

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Accounting Assistant I
This position processes financial documents and data, personnel matters, pre and post-award grant administration, and executes tasks affecting the operations of the Institute and its resident faculty and programs, including the Graduate Program.

Among the key duties of this position are the following:
• Works on pre-award proposal submissions, plans and schedules activities that guide faculty through the application process, provides sound budgets, and ensures proposals are submitted within the requested time frame.
• Prepares post-award monthly reconciliations and projections for accounts.
• Analyzes financial data and prepares financial documents and reports
• Assists IQB Administrators with processing confidential personnel documents
• Prepares journal entries, answers questions using research and data interpretation, and supports Business Office personnel
• Performs daily operations and administration, ensuring compliance.
Research Associate - Scientific Web Application Developer
RCSB PDB is looking for a highly motivated, full-stack developer with a minimum of five years experience using modern database and web technologies. The candidate should enjoy engaging with other developers and scientists in a collaborative team environment.  The team at RCSB consists of a group of highly-skilled bio-curators, scientists, software developers, designers, and educators, working in a lively and fast-paced environment.
Responsibilities for this position will include:
  • Design, development and deployment of modern web and data applications.
  • Analysis, refactoring and adaptation of legacy code to conform to new architecture designs.
  • Development of complex interactive graphical user interfaces.
  • Debugging, testing, troubleshooting.


Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, creed, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, genetic information, protected veteran status, military service or any other category protected by law. As an institution, we value diversity of background and opinion, and prohibit discrimination or harassment on the basis of any legally protected class in the areas of hiring, recruitment, promotion, transfer, demotion, training, compensation, pay, fringe benefits, layoff, termination or any other terms and conditions of employment.