POSITION POSTED: MAY 20, 2021 SALARY RANGE: $58,300 - $87,500 (PD ) You ‘matter’ to us! Our diverse team at Jefferson Lab includes more than 700 people, including physicists, engineers, computer professionals, technicians and more. From probing the basic building blocks of matter to performing advanced computing and applied research, we are on the leading edge of science and technology. If you are looking for a great job in a unique place where your contributions truly matter, consider Jefferson Lab! We are looking for a Post Doctoral Fellow... The Theory and Computational Physics group at Jefferson Lab expects to have a Postdoctoral Research Fellow position beginning immediately. A later start date is possible. The successful candidate will join a program of research and development of novel algorithms for quantum computations within the Department of Energy’s Codesign Center for Quantum Advantage, and supporting the Jefferson Lab 12 GeV and the future Electron Ion Collider programs in Nuclear Physics.
Education and Experience:
* A PhD in an appropriate area of computational physics is a prerequisite, together with a record of publications in leading journals and talks at workshops and conferences.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
* Experience with calculations using Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics methods are desired.
* Software development to support lattice Quantum Chromodynamics calculations.
* Research into improved methods to support lattice Quantum Chromodynamics calculations.
Applicants must upload (1) your cv, (2) three letters of recommendations, (3) research interest, and (4) a publication list through the Academic Jobs Online post at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/XYZ. The applicant must also apply to Jefferson Lab’s online application tracking system for Postdoctoral Research Positions at https://www.jlab.org/job-openings. Review of applicants will begin immediately till the position is filled. JSA will not sponsor H1B visas for this position
• Ability to comprehend, formulate, and communicate highly abstract concepts
• Ability to express or exchange complex ideas by means of spoken and written communication • Ability to analyze and interpret complex data and develop models
• Ability to traverse across various locations on the laboratory site and access work areas
• Ability to lift up to 10 pounds frequently and 25 pounds occasionally • Ability to stoop, bend over and climb ladders • Ability to work on a computer for extended periods • Visual capabilities sufficient to use computer workstations, read documents, and see safety alarms • Auditory capabilities to hear safety alarms
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