The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) is seeking to fill a position of a Low-Energy Rare Isotope Beam Physicist. Duties include:
Develops ion sources, catcher ion source systems, beam optics systems, ion manipulation instrumentation, and specialized detection systems for low-energy rare isotope beams
Performs engineering calculations using both analytical as well as computer modeling in support of these developments
Designs and performs prototypic tests in support of these developments
Directs the work of technical support personnel related to these developments
A PhD degree in Physics
At least three years of work experience at an ISOL-type rare isotope beam facility
Demonstrated experience in the development, testing, and operation of equipment for on and off-line low-energy isotope separation and beam manipulation
Excellent communication, planning, and leadership skills to successfully accomplish the development goals
Ability to work with export-controlled material
Demonstrated experience in programming in C++ or similar languages, in the use of Monte-Carlo codes for particle transport in matter, charged particle beam transport codes, and electromagnetic physics simulations codes is desired
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