The Fermilab Theoretical Physics Department invites applications for postdoctoral research appointments starting in the Fall of 2018. Fermilab Theory postdocs perform self-directed theoretical particle physics research on topics of their own choosing, and are encouraged to work with members of the senior scientific staff and other postdocs within the Department. The Fermilab Theoretical Physics research program includes neutrino physics, perturbative QCD, lattice QCD, Higgs & Flavor physics, collider phenomenology, and physics beyond the standard model.
Postdoctoral research associates in the Fermilab Theoretical Physics Department are appointed for three years.
Candidates should have obtained a Ph.D. in theoretical particle physics or a closely related field, or expect to earn a Ph.D. in the same fields, by September 1, 2018.
Demonstrated experience in theoretical particle-physics research.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Respect, understand, and value individual differences that embody the principles of diversity.
Abide by all environment, safety, and health regulations.
Candidates should submit via Academic Jobs Online (https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/10134)
1) Curriculum Vitae,
2) List of publications,
3) Statement of research interests, and
4) Three or more letters of recommendation, submitted to AJO by the reference writers.
The senior staff of the department now consists of Bill Bardeen, John Campbell, Marcela Carena, Pilar Coloma, Bogdan Dobrescu, Estia Eichten, Patrick Fox, Walter Giele, Roni Harnik, Christopher Hill, Andreas Kronfeld, Paul Mackenzie, Stephen Parke, Stefan Prestel, Chris Quigg and Ruth Van de Water. To learn more about members of the group and our activities, please visit http://theory.fnal.gov. For other general information about these positions, please contact Theory Group Administrative Assistant Olivia Vizcarra at email@example.com.
Physical Activity and Work Conditions
HUMAN FACTORS: Mental Concentration, Sitting, and Tight Work Schedule.
There is no legal requirement that Fermilab sponsor an employee for U.S. permanent residence. As a result, Fermilab will make the decision to sponsor an employee on a case-by-case basis. Fermilab will consider the following factors, among others, when determining whether to sponsor an employee for U.S. permanent residence: performance, length of service, long-term need for the position, and cost.
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