Charge Stripper Physicist
Major Position Responsibilities Develop experimental plans to improve the performance of the gas charge stripper being developed for high intensity heavy ion accelerators Participate in the development of diagnostics equipment associated with the research on gas charge strippers Develop simulations of the gas charge stripper utilizing multi-physics software to improve the understanding of its physics and guide future improvements Work with the vacuum equipment utilized in the experiment Work with graduate students participating in the development of charge strippers and associated research of interest to the FRIB and NSCL programs
Minimum Requirements PhD in Physics or Engineering Must be available for shift work during experiments lasting several days Strong interpersonal skills with ability to work well with diverse people of various cultural backgrounds Ability to work under pressure, pay close attention to detail, prioritize work, meet deadlines, and maintain confidentiality Ability to work independently and in a team environment Ability to identify problems, analyze information and implement solutions with sound judgment Ability to analyze and interpret University and facility policies and procedures for safety and security Ability to lift and carry 10-25 pounds frequently and 40 pounds occasionally An understanding of advanced mathematical and scientific software applications Ability to work with export controlled items
Required Application Materials
Cover Letter, Resume and References
Review of applications will begin on April 25, 2018, and will continue until the position has been filled.
Summary of Physical Demands
Frequent lifting and carrying of 10-25 pounds