University Park, Pennsylvania
Notre Dame, Indiana
Troy, New York
Las Cruces, New Mexico
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
- Ability to secure and maintain a U.S. DOE Q-level security clearance which requires U.S. citizenship.
- PhD or equivalent level of proficiency in physics, mathematics, engineering, or related field.
- Proficiency in developing scientific applications in Python, C/C++, or FORTRAN.
- Proficiency in converting theory into computational models, implementing computational models, or evaluating computational algorithms and methods for their applicability.
- Effective verbal and written communication skills and experience authoring high-quality reports/publications and delivering effective technical presentations.
- Demonstrated ability/commitment to valuing diversity, equity, and inclusion principles in the workplace.
Additional qualifications at the mid-career (SES.3) level
- Advanced knowledge of physics, mathematics, engineering, or a related field.
- Significant professional programming experience.
- Experience in leading, mentoring, and/or collaborating within teams.
- Advanced verbal and written communication skills and a demonstrated record of delivering top-quality research in relevant areas of science and engineering.
Qualifications We Desire
- Expertise in one or more science disciplines, such as shock hydrodynamics, solid/fluid mechanics, materials science, particle transport, radiation transport, nuclear physics, plasma physics, or physical chemistry.
- Proficiency in developing and supporting multi-dimensional numerical simulation.
- Proficiency in developing scientific simulations for high-performance and/or heterogeneous computing systems (e.g., use of MPI, OpenMP, Cuda/HIP, or other HPC technologies).
- Proficiency in developing advanced technical solutions (e.g., numerical algorithms).
- Proficiency in working in a multidisciplinary team-research environment, demonstrating creativity and initiative in addressing challenging problems.