Jefferson Lab is a major partner in the EIC Project and is providing significant contributions to the overall project management as well as the design and construction of RF systems, cryogenics systems, electron injector and storage ring electro-magnets, and experimental detector systems. Jefferson Lab is actively hiring engineers and designers for the initial phase of the EIC Project.
The Electron-Ion Collider (EIC) is the next large-scale Department of Energy nuclear physics user facility to be built in the United States. It will be hosted by Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) and is expected to start operation within the next 10 – 12 years.
EIC Technology Areas:
- Normal conducting electro-magnets
- Superconducting electro-magnets
- Accelerator beamlines, vacuum systems, and diagnostics
- Detector systems and support structures
- Cryogenic plant equipment and distribution systems
- Superconducting radio frequency (SRF) cryomodules
Discover career opportunities in ground-breaking science at jlab.org/recruiting
- Mechanical Engineer 13019 (entry level/4+ years experience)
- Magnet Engineer 12501 (entry level/4+ years experience)
- Electronics Engineer 13036 (entry level)
- Process Equipment Engineer 13042 (entry level/4+ years experience)
- Mechanical Designers/Drafters
- Detector Scientist 13020
- Staff Scientist II 13018
- Postdoctoral Fellow 12370
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Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility is a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science national laboratory. Jefferson Lab's unique and exciting mission is to expand our knowledge of the universe by studying the basic building blocks of matter within the nucleus: subatomic particles known as quarks and gluons.
Jefferson Lab staff and scientific users are exploring how artificial intelligence and machine learning can benefit ongoing scientific research and R&D. Artificial Intelligence is a burgeoning field in science and computing with the goal of training machines to make determinations on a course of action in a manner similar to a human.
JSA/Jefferson Lab’s robust Total Rewards program includes competitive compensation and options for employees to have healthy and well-balanced lives, affordable and quality health coverage, and plan for secure financial futures based on their individual preferences.
At Jefferson Lab we are passionate about our scientific research pursuits and the same enthusiasm extends to the people who make the lab such a great place to work. We recognize that a balance between work and life commitments makes for better performing employees and ultimately enhances our ability to meet our mission.
Jefferson Lab is committed to fostering a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion, internally, in the DOE and National Lab System, and in our community.
Our definition for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are as follows:
Diversity - Achieve and sustain a workforce composed of qualified people who proportionally represent the diverse populations that contribute to the advancement of science
Equity - Achieve and maintain an organization where fair treatment, access, opportunity and advancement is guaranteed for all
Inclusion - Achieve and maintain a professional, ethical, tolerant and respectful work environment in which everyone can contribute to the mission according to their talents.