Duke University, Physics

Position ID:Duke-Physics-TUNLRS [#22708, 1826]
Position Title: TUNL Research Scientist
Position Type:Other
Position Location:Durham, North Carolina 27708, United States [map]
Subject Area: Physics / Nuclear Physics
Appl Deadline: (posted 2022/09/09, listed until 2022/12/31)
Position Description:    

Job Title: RESEARCH SCIENTIST Job Code: 1826 FLSA: E Job Level: 00 Revised Date: 08/22/2022 Job Family: JF 27

Occupational Summary

Classification created to permit compensation to individuals performing scientific research on Campus and in the Medical Center using University facilities without detailed supervision. The use of this classification is reserved for those who have either received a doctorate or have demonstrated equivalent professional attainment. This classification is administered on Campus through the Office of the Provost and in the Medical Center through the Office of the Chancellor for Health Affairs. It is not subject to the Wage and Salary system.

Work Performed

See job description for requirements.

Required Qualifications at this Level

Education/Training: A PhD is required for this position Experience:

Six years of professional experience working as an accelerator physicist after receiving a Ph.D. in accelerator physics, free-electron laser physics, or related fields. Working experience in the following areas: accelerator operations, experimental beam physics studies, developing new capabilities for accelerator-based light sources, developing advanced electron beam diagnostics and FEL laser beam diagnostics, research to control photon-beam polarization, and developing new capabilities for accelerator control systems. The candidate should also have had experience in coordinating collaboration with other research groups. Furthermore, the candidate is expected to play an important role in developing the accelerator technologies critical for the next-generation gamma-ray sources. Skills:

Ability to conduct experimental research using the electron beam and free-electron laser (FEL), theoretical and simulation skills to study charged particle beam physics and FEL beam dynamics, and skills to design and develop next-generation advanced light sources using particle accelerators. Ability to work well in a multidisciplinary team environment and ability to interact effectively with and provide support to physics researchers/users who use the accelerators and light sources at TUNL. The Triangle University Nuclear Laboratory (TUNL) is a Department of Energy Center of Excellence in Nuclear Physics. TUNL seeks to hire a full-time Research Scientist.

You will be involved in the department's research activities as follows: Working as a member of the accelerator physics group at HIGS/TUNL. Main responsibility is to provide accelerator support (operations and R&D for technological advancements) for the research programs at TUNL and to perform accelerator and FEL physics research as part of the TUNL's effort to develop advanced accelerators and light sources.

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Further Info:
https://tunl.duke.edu/
email
919 744 9536
 
Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory
116 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708