Between February and April 2022, NeSI and Genomics Aotearoa are co-hosting a range of immersive skill-building events for Aotearoa New Zealand's bioinformatics and genomics communities.Follow the links below for more information or to register.Introduction to R (for Genomics) – Online23 February 202210:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Please join us in welcoming the newest member to the NeSI team! Matt Pestle, DevOps and Integration Programmer
The 2021 Research Software Engineer (RSE) international survey has ~11 responses from the community in New Zealand so far and 599 responses globally.
Next week, as part of eResearch NZ 2022, the research sector will be gathering online to discuss and explore successful research community collaborations, data goverance best practice, infrastructure innovations, skill capabilities, and other key drivers behind the science and innovation ecosystem.
Are you interested in digital skills training for researchers? If yes, you may be interested in learning about The Carpentries, a community-centric organisation committed to teaching foundational coding, and data science skills to researchers worldwide. In New Zealand, The Carpentries community is growing as more institutions and universities run Software Carpentry, Data Carpentry, and Library Carpentry workshops and have staff attend instructor training.
We have an exciting opportunity in product development and integration, to support and lead key aspects of NeSI's evolution and growth. You will be working within a small multi-product team located across NZ, sitting within our head office at the University of Auckland.Applications must be submitted online by Monday 21 February 2022 to be considered.
Running an event virtually doesn’t need to be stressful. With a bit of prep and the right support your online webinar, workshop, birds of a feather session, or meeting can be both engaging and purposeful.
We have an exciting opportunity for a driven Agile Portfolio Lead to join the NeSI Team. The role involves supporting and enabling team-wide delivery against overall strategic goals while also evolving agile and product practices within NeSI through ongoing agile coaching and product development.
NeSI has an exciting opportunity for a Researcher Community Development lead to join its team. Whilst employed by the University of Auckland, this role is a national position, supporting key research groups in an advisory capacity, understanding their unique and individual research requirements in a way that allows NeSI to better connect to their computational needs. .
The Research Software Engineering Association of Australia and New Zealand (RSE-AUNZ.) has elected a new steering committee and two New Zealanders, Nooriyah Lohani and Janet Stacey, are among those joining for new terms.