Assistant/Associate Physicist (S-1/S-2) - Insertion Devices
Brookhaven National Laboratory - Upton, NY

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The successful candidate will work in the Insertion Device Group for NSLS-II project and will contribute to developing the state of the art magnetic measurement facility, certify various insertion devices and commission those in the NSLS-II storage ring. The candidate will develop the novel insertion devices, certify the various devices and commission those insertion devices in the accelerators.

Qualifications Required:
• PhD in physics or a related discipline
• Two (2) years postdoctoral experience
• Knowledge and experience on hardware development in the scientific facility
• Knowledge and experience in development of storage ring insertion devices, especially in magnetic design, magnetic measurement, and their effects on beam dynamics
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Be able to interact effectively with a diverse group of scientist, technical staff and users.
Qualifications Preferred:
• Knowledge and experience in the development of insertion devices
• Knowledge and experience in TOSCA® and/or Radia
Reports to the Insertion Devices Group Leader, NSLS-II Project, Photon Sciences Directorate. Please apply to Job ID# 15771.
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• Medical Plans
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• 401(k) Plan
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