|Organization Name||P-27/LANSCE Weapons Physics|
What You Will Do
The Physics Division’s P-27 group includes research areas in the studies of nuclear reactions, nuclear structure, studies of the fission process, and nuclear astrophysics. The intense neutron spallation sources at LANSCE are used in much of this work and cover a neutron energy range from sub-thermal to 800 MeV.
A broad range of expertise and background is desired in the team, and there are multiple distinct projects that a successful candidate could pursue within the research disciplines of the team. There may be additional opportunities for collaborative work with scientists on the P-27 group or from other groups or divisions at LANL.
P-27 is looking for a detector specialist to work on direct and indirect measurements of neutron induced reactions. The successful candidate will assist P-27 scientists in performing experiments and developing the suite of instruments located at the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center (LANSCE). These instruments include the Detector for Advanced Neutron Capture Experiments (DANCE), the Low-Energy (n,z) (LENZ) instrument, the Time Projection Chamber (TPC), Chi-Nu and SPIDER. The selected candidate will be actively involved in developing new instruments to take advantage of the unique time-of-flight neutron beams available at LANSCE. Through the collaboration with the Isotope Production Facility (IPF) in LANL, we perform neutron-induced reaction measurements on radioactive nuclei at LANSCE. Outside Los Alamos, the group is actively pursuing measurements studying nuclear reactions in inverse kinematics.
|What You Need
Minimum Job Requirements:
Essential Job Functions (can perform with or without reasonable accommodation): Reading vision, ability to hear, ability to discriminate speech, ability to hear high-pitched sounds, ability to speak, walking, climbing stairs, climbing ladders, crawling, twisting the trunk or back, balancing, applying torque with hands or arms.
Work Environment: Working alone, work in radiation areas.
Notes to Applicants: In addition to a resume or CV, each applicant should submit a cover letter describing his/her experience and skills in terms of the job requirements. Applicants should arrange to send three letters of recommendation to Hye Young Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org). For further technical information, please contact Hye Young Lee at email@example.com.
Clearance: Q (Position will be cleared to this level). Applicants selected will be subject to a Federal background investigation and must meet eligibility requirements* for access to classified matter.
*Eligibility requirements: To obtain a clearance, an individual must be at least 18 years of age; U.S. citizenship is required except in very limited circumstances. See DOE Order 472.2 for additional information.
New-Employment Drug Test: The Laboratory requires successful applicants to complete a new-employment drug test and maintains a substance abuse policy that includes random drug testing.
Regular Position: Term status Laboratory employees applying for regular-status positions are converted to regular status.
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Where You Will WorkLocated in northern New Mexico, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) is a multidisciplinary research institution engaged in strategic science on behalf of national security. LANL enhances national security by ensuring the safety and reliability of the U.S. nuclear stockpile, developing technologies to reduce threats from weapons of mass destruction, and solving problems related to energy, environment, infrastructure, health, and global security concerns.