Research Computing Facilitation Student Intern

Research Computing Facilitation Student Intern

Research Computing Facilitation Team @ PACE
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Research Computing Facilitation Student Intern

Remote, Part-time Position

The Partnership for an Advanced Computing Environment (PACE) provides faculty participants a sustainable leading-edge high performance computing (HPC) infrastructure with technical support services.

Job Description

As a student team member, you will contribute to essential documentation for researchers at Georgia Tech and elsewhere who use high-performance computing. This way, you can gain valuable knowledge and experience with this rare and highly sought-after skill set. Your work will enable the research community on all PACE systems, including the Phoenix cluster, ranked on the Top 500 list for the world’s most powerful supercomputers.


As a student member of the RCF team, you will participate in improving our documentation ( by creating new pages, updating existing ones with new information, and migrating content to our new documentation home in ServiceNow ( Another project is the restructuring our main website (, to optimize the presentation of the general information about our high-performance computing resources to the research community of Georgia Tech and other universities. Along the way, you will develop expertise in research computing while working on a supercomputer in collaboration with PACE’s research scientists.


  • Basic familiarity with the Linux operating system
  • Basic familiarity with at least one programming language

Citizenship Requirements

  • Students must be a U.S. person (U.S. citizen or permanent resident)
  • Due to regulatory and security requirements, we are only able to hire individuals classified as “United States persons”. For more information, see item 3 “Who is considered a U.S. Person?” of the Oversight section of the FAQ:


This role follows the email application process. Please take note of the citizenship requirements.

Application Deadline

OPEN for Summer 2023

Accepting applications until May 9 2023

Hiring Manager

Partnership for an Advanced Computing Environment (PACE)

Michael Weiner

Research Scientist II



10-40 hours per week. 10 hours minimum.






Summer semester

Start Date: June 1, 2023

End Date: August 18, 2023

Perks of the Job

Flexible Hours

Work schedules are flexible and based on your availability and academic schedule.


Join a team of student assistants and learn to collaborate with like-minded colleagues in a fun and friendly work culture

Technical Growth

Gain on the job IT training and hands-on experience across a breadth of technologies.

Service Experience

Acquire real-world service experience, applicable to future industry opportunities within a customer-focused technology support role 


A Step Towards Success

Student assistants who have worked in this Research Computing Facilitation role have moved on to full-time roles and internships at some pretty awesome companies.