Universität zu Köln

Founded in 1388, the University of Cologne is one of the oldest and largest universities in Germany. As a member of the “German U15,” Germany’s association of leading research-oriented universities, it is also among the country’s top-level research institutions. In 2012, the University of Cologne was awarded extensive funding within the framework of the Excellence Initiative, a nationwide competition tendered by the German federal and state governments to promote cutting-edge research and enhance quality in education. The University of Cologne covers a broad spectrum of disciplines. It encompasses six large Faculties: ‘Management, Economics and Social Sciences’, ‘Law’, ‘Medicine’, ‘Arts and Humanities’, ‘Mathematics and Natural Sciences’, as well as ‘Human Sciences’. Currently, approximately 48,500 students are enrolled,taking advantage of a wide variety of courses including joint degree programmes with renowned international partner universities such as Paris-Sorbonne University, University College London, Maastricht University or the Warsaw School of Economics. Academic excellence, internationality, a strong focus on research and a wide range of study programmes create a vibrant and inspiring environment, making the University of Cologne an appealing modern university in the centre of Europe.making the University of Cologne an appealing modern university in the centre of Europe.making the University of Cologne an appealing modern university in the centre of Europe.
04/08/2022
Full time
Universität zu Köln Köln, Germany
Job Description employment type full time Full job description Infrastructure DevOps Developer (f/m/d) at the Regional Computing Center (RRZK) The University of Cologne is one of the largest and most research-intensive universities in Germany, offering a wide range of subjects. With its six faculties and its interfaculty centres, it offers a broad spectrum of scientific disciplines and internationally outstanding profile areas, supported by the administration with its services. The German Human Genome-Phenome Archive (GHGA) is a project of the NFDI with the goal to archive human high-throughput sequencing data and make them available for secondary research. The University of Cologne is one of six GHGA data hubs that will store genomic data. For the development, installation and operation of the GHGA storage infrastructure in the first half of the project, the University of Cologne looks for an infrastructure DevOps developer (f/m/d). The...