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POSITION RE-POSTED: JULY 20, 2022
SALARY RANGE: $126,400 - $199,800 (SSE)
JLab is seeking a staff scientists with project management interest to fill Control Account Manager (CAM) positions on the MOLLER project. Information about MOLLER can be found here: https://jeffersonlab.sharepoint.com/sites/moller/. The project has three positions available: 1) the Spectrometer CAM is responsible for overseeing the single largest WBS element for MOLLER that includes the toroidal magnets, beampipes and acceptance-defining collimators; 2) the Infrastructure CAM is responsible for all of the modifications to the Hall A infrastructure including the incoming beam line, shielding, utilities and cryogenics feed to the target; and 3) the Installation CAM will be responsible for planning and executing the final assembly and installation of the equipment in Hall A.
Defining the acceptance of the spectrometer system is one of the most critical and complex elements of the MOLLER apparatus that sits squarely at the interface of physics and engineering. A physicist with strong engineering skills is highly desirable to interface both with the engineers in the Magnet Group (and in User Groups) designing the systems as well as the physicists who are responsible for the optics and shielding simulations. An exceptional “engineering physicist” who can sit at this critical interface and manage a large scope of technical work and procurements is the ideal candidate for this role. A Ph.D. in particle physics or related technical field, and 15 years of experience is required.
For the Infrastructure CAM role, the candidate will work closely with the Hall A engineering and technical staff as well as engineering division and facilities. A candidate will have experience in electron beam instrumentation including precision polarization measurements is highly desirable. A P. D. in particle physics or accelerator physics, or equivalent experience in accelerator science and 5+ years of experience is required, or 3+ years of experience if the candidate has prior experience as a CAM, L2 or L3 manager on a DOE O413.3B project.
For the Installation CAM role, the candidate will work closely with the Hall A engineering and technical staff as well as engineering division and facilities. Demonstrated experience in the assembly and commissioning of mid-sized to large experimental physics experiments is required. A Masters and 7+ years of experience or a P. D. and 5+ years of experience is required. Experience if the candidate has prior experience as a CAM, L2 or L3 manager on a DOE O413.3B project is desirable.
In addition to participation on MOLLER, candidates will have the opportunity to take participate in the ongoing JLab physics program and take on roles in other future efforts including SoLID (https://solid.jlab.org/) and EIC (https://www.bnl.gov/eic/).
Qualifications we require:
SSE - BS in particle physics, Post Doc and,
15 years of experience or a equivalent combination of education and experience
Experience managing projects or elements of projects, preferably within the DOE complex.
Demonstrated experience in detector development and/or magnet design for nuclear or particle physics experiments, or equivalent.
Qualifications we desire:
PhD in particle physics, Post Doc
Please send at least 2 reference letters and a cover letter to Sadie Cherry (cherry @ jlab.org)
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