[Cugapost] Job opportunities

Lorelei Chopard lorelei at jlab.org
Wed Feb 15 08:34:54 EST 2017


Position reports to the Dean of Science and is responsible for providing 
instruction for Physics. General duties include: develop and communicate 
to students clear course objectives and goals; plan and develop an 
instructional program that helps students assimilate specific course 
content and skills; hold tutorial sessions as outlined by discipline; 
regularly monitor and evaluate students’ progress, providing them with 
resources and feedback on their performance; structure and manage an 
environment conducive to learning; model for students responsibility to 
self and others; follow the School’s philosophy, policies, and 
procedures; serve as academic advisor to a small group of students 
(beginning in the second year of employment); serve as a Mini-Term 
sponsor; attend departmental, faculty, and staff meetings; serve on 
departmental, faculty, and school-based standing committees; write 
recommendations for up to 15 students each year (appropriate percentage 
for part-time teachers), as requested; participate in professional 
development and personal intellectual growth activities. Participate in 
one or more of the following activities: provide information, service, 
and expertise to other schools and organizations; assist students on 
special projects, independent and individual study, and seminar-based 
studies; participate in the Admissions Process by recruiting, selecting, 
and advising prospective students; participate in the NCSSM alumni 
activities; provide assistance for school-sponsored programs and 
extra-curricular activities. Specific Duties: Teach 3 sections of 
introductory and/or elective physics courses each trimester, with 
special emphasis on lab-based activities.

HOW TO APPLY: Submit electronic application via: http://www.nc.gov/jobs. 
Please create an account, search for Instructor of Physics vacancy, and 
complete/submit online application. Please include a cover letter that 
addresses your interests in teaching physics to gifted high school 
students, and statement of teaching philosophy.


Accelerator Scientists - Research Associate - Cornell Laboratory for 
Accelerator Sciences and Education CLASSE has openings for accelerator 
scientists for projects including: (1) design, construction and 
commissioning of a multiturn energy recovery linac (ERL) with FFAG 
optics, (2) upgrade of the 5 GeV storage ring for single beam operation 
with undulators as a source of hard xrays, (3) high brightness electron 
sources, (4) and development of instrumentation and beam physics 
experiments with the CESR Test Accelerator (CesrTA). The successful 
candidate will contribute to one or more of these activities by 
developing beam optics, accelerator equipment or beam instrumentation, 
and participating in commissioning and operations. CLASSE is a world 
leader in accelerator science and its applications. Requirements 
include: · PhD in physics or engineering, with a background in one or 
more of the following: electrodynamics; high power RF technology and 
sources; electron beam physics; beam instrumentation; · Demonstrated 
experience with experimental systems; · Demonstrated strong written and 
verbal communication skills; · Ability to direct technical support 
personnel; · Experience working successfully as part of a team in a 
collaborative and multidisciplinary scientific environment; · 
Familiarity or ability to quickly learn safety practices relevant to 
radiation generating devices. · The initial appointment is for three 
years with the possibility of extension. Applications should be 
submitted at http://academicjobsonline.org/ (posting 8763) and should 
include a cover letter, a CV, a list of publications, a detailed summary 
of research experience and interests. Applicants must arrange to have at 
least three letters of recommendation uploaded, as per instructions on 
the academicjobsonline website. The starting date is negotiable.


Detector Physicist at The National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory 
The National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory (NSCL) at Michigan 
State University (MSU) is searching for a detector physicist to join the 
NSCL Detector Laboratory. Major Position Responsibilities · Fabricate, 
optimize, and maintain detector systems for Operations and Nuclear 
Physics experiments; · Support the development and R&D of new detector 
systems; and · Perform research and development projects to enhance the 
performance of the facility Qualifications A Ph.D. in physics or 
chemistry in the area of nuclear, particle, or high energy experimental 
physics is required. Individuals should be self-motivated and able to 
work well within a team. The position also requires excellent 
communication, planning, and organizational skills. Experience with 
construction and development of particle and radiation detectors such as 
ion chambers, gas proportional counters, position tracking detectors, 
scintillators, and silicon detectors is required. Operational experience 
with larger detector setups in experimental devices, including detector 
maintenance and data acquisition, is desired. For immediate 
consideration, please visit jobs.msu.edu, search for posting number 4365 
and follow the application process.


Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Nuclear Physics (EMJMDNP) at the 
University of Seville The EMJMDNP project has been selected for the 
Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) for European 
Union co-funding. We are glad to announce the call for application for 
the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Nuclear Physics (EMJMDNP), 
2017/2019. The two-years English-taught master course is delivered by 
the University of Seville (coordinator), University Autónoma de Madrid, 
University of Barcelona, University Complutense de Madrid, University of 
Salamanca, University of Caen-Basse Normandie, University of Catania and 
University of Padova, supported by a NuPhys Consortium of 18 Public and 
Private Institutions from worldwide. The course is supported by EACEA 
Agency of European Union with full scholarships (including travel costs 
and health insurance) for EU and mostly for non-EU students. The 
deadline for students application is February 28th, 2017. We would like 
to kindly ask you if you could disseminate the call for application 
among students or networks that might be interested. SCHOLARSHIPS 
AVAILABLE. For more information about program layout, NuPhys Consortium 
and opportunities to be part of it, application procedure, student 
services, financial info and scholars application, please see: 
http://master.us.es/nuphysjmd/. More information: nucphys at us.es.

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