Successful applicants can be at any stage of their career and will explore, educate and extend cloud computing for researchers. To support this there are many benefits including £2000 GBP to support education, outreach, and implementation of research solutions and 12 months of Microsoft Azure credits.
Applicants may have one or more of the following roles:
- A research software engineer who supports the work of researchers;
- A researcher who uses software;
- A developer who writes tools for researchers;
- In a leadership role in projects or organisations that make heavy use of software, compute, and data services.
The deadline for applications is 20 October 2017. Please see the Cloud Computing Awards website for full details.