[Neutron] NCNR Sample Environment Scientist/Engineer Positions

Jeff Lynn Jeff.Lynn at nist.gov
Thu Mar 29 10:33:45 CDT 2007

Sample Environment Scientists/Engineers
<http://www.ncnr.nist.gov>NIST Center for Neutron Research
<http://www.nist.gov>National Institute of Standards and Technology

The NIST Center for Neutron Research (NCNR) is seeking highly 
motivated candidates for two staff positions in the sample 
environment team.   These positions require a bachelor's degree or 
higher from an accredited college or university in Physics, 
Chemistry, Materials Science, Physical Chemistry, or Chemical 
Engineering, with initial salary in the range $43,000-$55,000 
depending on qualifications and experience.  One position will focus 
on assisting staff and users with their neutron scattering 
experiments that utilize a wide range of sophisticated computer 
controlled sample environment equipment, including low temperature 
cryostats, furnaces, superconducting magnets, and high pressure 
systems.   Responsibilities will range from interaction with guest 
researchers and setup of equipment to extending present sample 
environment capabilities and developing new systems.  The second 
position will focus on providing optically-pumped polarized helium-3 
cells, spin flippers, and guide fields at the neutron instruments to 
carry out polarized neutron scattering measurements, as well as 
extending our present polarized neutron capabilities.  Both staff 
members are expected to become proficient in sample environment 
equipment as well as helium-3 polarizers so that they can carry out 
responsibilities in both areas as needs arise.

Please send inquiries and your resume (electronically) to:

<http://www.ncnr.nist.gov/staff/jeff>Dr. Jeffrey Lynn, Team Leader
Condensed Matter Physics
NIST Center for Neutron Research
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Gaithersburg, MD 20899-8562
email: Jeff.Lynn at NIST.gov

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