FORT COLLINS, Colorado
- Ability to maintain a U.S. DOE Q-level security which requires U.S. citizenship.
- PhD in physics, engineering or a related field or equivalent combination of education and related experience.
- Experience conducting applied physics research in one or more of the following fields: plasma physics, radiation transport, atomic physics, nuclear physics, and hydrodynamics.
- Experience with and understanding of optics and lasers.
- Experience with scientific data analysis.
- Experience developing innovative solutions to complex analytical problems.
- Demonstrated effective analytical and conceptual skills and creativity.
- Experience working effectively independently and in a multi-disciplinary, team-research environment to achieve multi-year goals.
- Demonstrated ability/commitment to valuing diversity, equity, and inclusion principles in the workplace.
- Demonstrated effective verbal, and written communication skills necessary to author technical and scientific reports, publications, invited papers, and to deliver scientific presentations.
Additional qualifications at the SES.3 level
- Advanced knowledge of physics, mathematics, mechanical, aerospace or nuclear engineering or a related field.
- Experience leading and mentoring as part of a multidisciplinary team.
- Demonstrated record of completing and/or leading top quality research in relevant areas of physics and engineering.
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