Advanced Radiography Scientist
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) is a multidisciplinary research institution engaged in science and engineering on behalf of national security. We are seeking an experienced Advanced Radiography Scientist 3/4 to join our M-3 Focused Experiments Group to provide technical leadership for low-energy flash x-ray radiographic diagnostics used in high-profile and impactful focused explosives experiments, including for the Science Campaigns, hydrodynamic and DSW (Directed Stockpile Work) programs as well as a variety of others.
Level 3 Responsibilities:
- Lead research areas and activities in support of developing advancements in low-energy radiographic capability for use at explosives firing sites
- Seek and secure scope and funding for team projects
- Collaborate to develop and grow programs and diagnostic development of advanced radiographic techniques
- Supervise technicians, technologists, and/or postdocs in both field and computational environments
Level 4 Responsibilities:
In addition to the above, the Scientist 4 is expected to translate national needs into technological objectives and serve as a technical expert in the use of radiography as a diagnostic tool
Level 3 Qualifications:
- Master’s degree in a STEM field from an accredited college or university and 6 years of relevant experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience directly related to the occupation
- Experience in leading the research, design, testing, analysis, verification and validation of cross-disciplinary or highly or narrowly specialized, novel scientific and technological solutions in support of R&D initiatives
- Demonstrated communication and interpersonal skills and ability to lead of small teams
- Demonstrated record of successful proposal writing, as evidenced by a history of internal or external research funding and demonstrated success in managing research programs and budgets
- Demonstrated ability to develop innovative concepts, theories and techniques to address specialized problems related to weapons or national security programs
- Demonstrated record of communication of technical results, including publications, presentations, reports, technical products, etc.
- Must be able to obtain a Q clearance (candidate must be a U. S. citizen)
Additional Qualifications for Level 4:
- Master’s degree in a STEM field from an accredited college or university and 12 years of relevant experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience directly related to the occupation.
- Record of successful teamwork and consensus building demonstrated by working across organizational and program boundaries
- Experience in participation in professional societies, complex interactions, special assignments or external collaborations
- Demonstrated experience in developing and growing programs, including success at project development, advocacy, resource allocation, execution and successful customer relations
- Ph.D. in a STEM field from an accredited college or university
- Knowledge of the DOE nuclear weapons program structure and LANL’s financial management systems
- Experience in pulsed power electrical work or x-ray detector technology
- Experience working with US government-funding agencies and federal program managers
- Able to raise funding to support oneself and able to build a portfolio to fund others
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