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Position Posted: April 19, 2022 Salary Range: $83,300 - $131,700 (SS II)
What your job will be like:
You will work directly with the MOLLER project as the Installation Control Account Manager (CAM). As the Installation CAM, you will be responsible for planning and executing the final assembly and installation of the equipment in one of four experimental nuclear physics halls, Hall A. Responsibilities will also include working within the JLab Radiation Detector & Imaging Group, which supports the experimental nuclear physics program by acting as detector specialists for staff and Users. This group stays abreast of new detector technologies through technology development and experimentation, and stays active in the development of application specific detectors for nuclear physics research and other practical applications. Information about MOLLER can be found here:
https://jeffersonlab.sharepoint.com/sites/moller/ In this role you will…
Work closely with Hall A engineering and technical staff, the Engineering and Facilities divisions, as well as academic research groups and other national laboratories. Plan, execute and install equipment in Hall A Research new detector technologies to be developed and tested through experimentation
Qualifications We Require: Education: Ph.D. in Engineering or Physics (Physics, Nuclear Physics, High Energy Physics, Particle Physics) Experience: Minimum of five years’ experience Experience in detector development for nuclear or particle physics experiments Experience in the assembly and commissioning of mid-sized to large experimental physics experiments Qualifications We Desire: Experience:
Experience managing projects or elements of projects, preferably within the DOE complex
• 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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