ACENET was created through the grassroots organization of a handful of forward thinking researchers. That foundation remains a cornerstone of our culture today. ACENET’s mission is to accelerate discovery and innovation in Atlantic Canada by providing advanced computing resources, expertise and training to researchers and industry.
We have grown on the principle that the client’s needs are first and foremost, and we pursue excellence in all endeavours.
ACENET is a virtual organization, with its 18 staff located at institutions across Atlantic Canada. This operational structure demands an environment of trust, integrity and respect for our clients and for one another. Our team is comprised of individuals with unique and complementary skill sets. As a small organization, we are both flexible and innovative, often solving difficult challenges by working together to arrive at creative solutions.
If you are interested in becoming part of our team, please see our current career postings below, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Career Opportunities
Sorry, there are no positions available at this time.
Opportunities from our Partners
The Centre for Advanced Computing, located at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario is seeking a Systems Engineer. Reporting to the Operations Manager, the Systems Engineer is responsible for installation, configuration, operation, and maintenance of systems hardware, software, and related infrastructure. This position will be responsible for developing project schedules, prioritizing system work, and ensuring uninterrupted support to the Centre for Advanced Computing (CAC) and its clients. Application deadline 16 June, 2017. More information
Compute Canada is looking for a experienced, motivated senior programmer to join its national user and resource management portal team. You will work on core software development projects in support of Compute Canada’s research platform operations. We are looking for a senior programmer with ten or more years of programming experience, and a strong background in web application frameworks, domain modeling, data integration and reporting. You will also work with the existing Compute Canada national teams to drive the direction of the national user and resource repository, and to see it’s implementation carried out. More information