Come join our team at Jefferson Lab, where great minds matter.
5 Year Term Position
Posting Date: 02/08/2024
Salary Range: $74,900 - $118,200 (SSI)
Work Location Type: Dedicated On-Site (working 100% on-site)
What your job will look like:
Jefferson Science Associates (JSA) and Jefferson Lab (JLab) invite applications for the JSA/JLab Physics Division Nathan Isgur Fellowship. This fellowship was established in honor of the late Nathan Isgur who served as the Lab’s Chief Scientist from 1990 to 2001. The Fellowship award will be for up-to a five-year period.
The Nathan Isgur Fellowship aims to attract top postdoctoral talent to Jefferson Lab to enhance the Lab's capabilities in experimental nuclear physics. The candidate will have the opportunity to work with any of our four experimental Halls and also with our Electron Ion Collider group. With the freedom to work with whichever team(s) the candidate desires come the expectation that the fellow will lead and carry out a strong research program.
In this role you will:
More information about Jefferson Lab and its experimental programs can be found at jlab.org.
JSA provides an additional 10k/yr that can be used for laboratory equipment to help foster the candidate’s research. The candidate will also be encouraged and supported to give invited talks.
At least two letters of recommendation are required with at least one from the candidate's Ph.D. advisor(s). These should be sent to Patricia Cheeseboro < pcheese @ jlab.org >
Qualifications we require:
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
About Jefferson Lab
Join a community with a common purpose of solving the most challenging scientific and engineering problems of our time. The Jefferson Lab campus is located in southeastern Virginia amidst a vibrant and growing technology community. A career at Jefferson Lab is more than a job. You will be part of “big science” and work alongside top scientists and engineers from around the world unlocking the secrets of our visible universe. Managed by Jefferson Science Associates, LLC; Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility is entering an exciting period of mission growth and is seeking new team members ready to apply their skills and passion to have an impact. You could call it work, or you could call it a mission. We call it a challenge. We do things that will change the world.
Total Rewards at Jefferson Lab
At Jefferson Lab, we believe that a comprehensive employee benefits program is an important and meaningful part of the compensation employees receive. Our benefits program includes, but is not limited to:
Jefferson Science Associates, LLC (JSA) manages and operates the
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jefferson Lab). JSA is
an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in hiring or
employment on the basis of race, color, religion, ethnicity, sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age,
disability, or veteran status or on any other basis prohibited by
federal, state, or local law. As part of the JSA’s equal employment
opportunity policy, we also take affirmative action as called for by
applicable laws and Executive Orders to ensure that minority group
individuals, females, disabled veterans, recently separated veterans,
other protected veterans, Armed Forces, and qualified disabled persons
are introduced into our workforce and considered for promotional
JSA is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities (unless doing so will result in an undue hardship). If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please send an e-mail to recruiting@ jlab.org or contact Human Resources by calling (757) 269-7100 and selecting option 1 between 8:00 am -5:00 pm EST to provide the nature of your request. Reasonable accommodations are considered on a case-by-case basis.
Employment with JSA is conditional upon DOE approval if at any time during your employment you are participating in a Foreign Government Talent Recruitment Program or Affiliated activity. Generally, such programs/activities include any foreign-state-sponsored attempt to acquire U.S.-funded scientific research through programs run or funded by the government that target scientists, engineers, students, academics, researchers, and entrepreneurs of all nationalities working or educated in the United States. This includes positions or appointments, both domestic and foreign, titled academic, professional, or institutional appointments whether or not remuneration is received and whether full-time, part-time or voluntary.