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Job Postings [Faculty 2020-21] [Staff 2020-21] [Postdoc 2020-21]

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Faculty Positions

Associate Professor at University of Tsukuba for Nuclear Theory [Application deadline September 30, 2021]
University of Tsukuba seeks to appoint an Associate Professor at Center for Computational Sciences (https://www.ccs.tsukuba.ac.jp/eng/). This is a full-time tenured position, anticipated to begin in Spring 2022.

Center for Computational Sciences is promoting Multidisciplinary Computational Sciences through enhanced cooperation between computational and computer sciences. The successful candidate is expected to contribute to this mission. The candidate will also take part in education and supervision in both the undergraduate (College of Physics) and the postgraduate (Degree Program in Physics, Graduate School of Science and Technology) levels.

Further information and instruction are available at https://jrecin.jst.go.jp/seek/SeekJorDetail?fn=3&ln=1&id=D121071664&ln_jor=1

For Division of Nuclear Physics, Center for Computational Sciences, see https://www.ccs.tsukuba.ac.jp/eng/research-divisions/division-of-nuclear-physics/ and https://wwwnucl.ph.tsukuba.ac.jp

Staff Positions

There are no Staff Postitions at this time. Please check back.

Postdoc and Fellow Positions

Postdoc position announcement: Postdoc position at the National Nuclear Data Center
The National Nuclear Data Center has an opening for a 2-year term post-doctoral position in nuclear structure and reactions evaluations, including their associated research. The selected candidate will be expected to work on evaluations for the Evaluated Nuclear Structure Data File (ENSDF) or the Evaluated Nuclear Data File (ENDF), as well as experimental or theoretical research aligned with ENSDF and ENDF priorities. Review of applications has begun and will continue until the position is filled. Visit the link below for more information and instructions on how to apply.


Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Fellowship Program FY2022. [Application deadline October 1, 2021]
We know that you are already working hard to solve important research questions. But do you want to take your skills to the next level and apply them to solving the most pressing problems facing society and national security? The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has openings in the Lawrence Fellowship Program that will allow you to do research that you have always dreamed about. Fellows are free to pursue their own independent research agenda with subject matter experts who provide guidance and mentorship. Fellowships are awarded to candidates with exceptional talent, scientific track records, and potential for significant achievements. Is that you? Download FY 2022 Flyer

Successful Fellows will propose and subsequently perform creative research in an area that is relevant to the mission and goals of LLNL. Broad topic areas include: Atmospheric Science, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Environmental Science, Geoscience, Energy, Lasers, Material Science, Mathematics, and Physics. Fellows will have access to LLNL’s extensive computing facilities and specialized laboratory facilities. The duration of the Fellowship is up to three years. The salary is $10,205 /mo.

Please refer to the following web page https://fellowship.llnl.gov for eligibility requirements and instructions on how to apply. When applying and prompted, please mention where you saw this ad. The deadline for applications is October 1, 2021. LLNL is operated by the Lawrence Livermore National Security, LLC for the U.S. Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration. We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to workforce diversity.

FRIB Theory Alliance Fellow Job Postings. [Application deadline October 11, 2021]
The FRIB Theory Alliance is seeking outstanding candidates for up to two FRIB Theory Fellows, to be hosted by a Partner Institution (listed below). The successful candidate(s) will conduct independent or collaborative research on nuclear structure, reactions, astrophysics, and/or fundamental symmetries relevant to the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB). The FRIB Theory Alliance is a consortium of universities and national laboratories actively engaged in theoretical research in FRIB science. FRIB will be a new national user facility for nuclear science, funded by the DOE Office of Science and operated by Michigan State University.

The FRIB Theory Fellowship is a two-year position with the possibility of renewal for a maximum of five years. The initial stipend is $77k and this position has an annual travel budget of up to $10k. This FRIB Theory Fellow will be an employee of Michigan State University stationed at a hosting institution by mutual agreement. The successful candidates must demonstrate great promise for high achievement in FRIB science. Past fellows have a track record of moving directly into open faculty or permanent staff positions.

Applicants should communicate their interest to a specific hosting institution. Hosting institutions and host contact information are:

Florida State University: Alexander Volya (avolya@fsu.edu)
Los Alamos National Laboratory: Amy Lovell (lovell@lanl.gov)
University of Washington (Physics Department): Aurel Bulgac (bulgac@uw.edu)
Washington University in St. Louis: Saori Pastore (saori@wustl.edu)

Please apply at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/19200. The application deadline is October 11th, 2021. Three reference letters are also due by this date. If you have any questions, please contact Daniel Phillips (phillid1@ohio.edu).

MSU is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. MSU is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The university actively encourages applications and/or nominations of women, persons of color, veterans and persons with disabilities.