Divisional Physicist Fellow in Berkeley, California for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Divisional Fellow Physicist – 94383
The physics division (https://www.physics.lbl.gov/) at Lawrence BerkPAVMA IO # 30343 VCAeley National Laboratory (LBNL, https://www.lbl.gov/) has an opening for a divisional researcher position in the field of theoretical particle physics, in the broad sense. The Division Fellow position is roughly equivalent to a tenure-track junior professor position.
The Physics Division invites applications from applicants with a track record of achievement, creative abilities, and outstanding promise in the field of Theoretical Particle Physics or Theoretical Cosmology. The appointment will be a career post of up to five years with the expectation of promotion to a career post as Senior Scientist. Exceptionally qualified scientists may be considered for appointment directly to the position of Principal Scientist.
A successful candidate should have an outstanding and broad program in theoretical research focusing on problems relevant to particle physics. The candidate must interact with the theoretical and experimental communities of Berkeley and beyond and be committed to fostering equity and inclusion. Additional criteria in research are the potential for leadership in the field, the ability to mentor junior scientists, and service in the scientific community. Applicants must have research experience beyond the doctorate level, or equivalent, and have demonstrated independence and original research achievements.
The Berkeley Theory Group consists of theorists from LBNL and UC Berkeley, working together as part of the Berkeley Center for Theoretical Physics (BCTP, https://bctp.lbl.gov/), which encompasses various aspects of theoretical particle physics, such as precision calculations, Standard Model physics and beyond, particle astrophysics, quantum information, and formal theory. These positions also provide the opportunity to interact with experimenters at LBNL and on the UC Berkeley campus working on a broad program including, but not limited to, Collider Physics (ATLAS), Research direct dark matter (LZ, SuperCDMS, light dark matter), neutrinos and rare decays (DUNE, double beta decay without neutrinos, Mu2e), quantum computing and sensors, and cosmology (SNe surveys, DESI and experiments CMB). More information on the Berkeley Theory Group can be found at https://www-theory.lbl.gov/.
How to register: http://18.104.22.168/compteur.php?id=215739
Note that applications can only be made through this Academic Jobs Online URL. For a full review, please apply by midnight January 16, 2022, but the position will remain open until filled. For any inquiries, please contact Kelly Rushing ([email protected]).
The required application documents listed below must be submitted through Academic Jobs Online:
- Cover letter
- Curriculum vitae
- Statement describing research interests
- List of publications
- At least five reference letters submitted online by the reference editors of this site, including at least four external to LBNL / UC Berkeley and at least one from outside the United States.
- Statement describing activities and interests related to outreach, diversity and inclusion (1 page maximum).
- This is a full-time, MF, exempt from overtime (paid monthly), Career-Track (Term) or Career appointment position. The Career-Track (term) position has the possibility of an extension of up to five years and / or promotion to a career position, depending on satisfactory job performance, continued availability of funds and ongoing operational needs.
- This position may be subject to a background check. Any conviction will be assessed to determine if it is directly related to the responsibilities and requirements of the position. Having a conviction history will not automatically exclude a candidate from being considered for employment.
- The primary location for this meeting will be the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, 1 Cyclotron Road, Berkeley, CA, with the option of a hybrid work schedule.
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