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Career Opportunities in HPC at a Glance


Whether you are seeking a change of career, a post-doctoral position or career advancement, this site has a variety of offerings from universities and organizations located across the country and around the world. Each listing is posted for thirty days from its original posting date so be sure to gather all of the necessary information when you first see a posting that interests you so as not to miss it upon your return to this site.




Systems Administrator

    Location: Omaha, NE
    Hiring Institution: University of Nebraska - Lincoln
    Apply By: November 10, 2014
    REQ#: 140770
    Posted date: November 04, 2014

    The Holland Computing Center at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln announces an opening for a systems administrator. The position, located at Peter Kiewit Institute (PKI) at UNO, is responsible for system administration of high performance computing resources managed by the Holland Computing Center. The systems administrator will maintain and upgrade hardware, operating systems and related aspects (networking, storage, computing) of this system; perform backups; manage user accounts; install software (commercial and public domain); maintain system security; monitor system usage; and evaluate, recommend and/or negotiate specific hardware purchases.This system will be integrated with national computational grids and installation and maintenance of grid protocol software will be required. The systems administrator will also supervise, distribute and coordinate tasks for graduate and/or undergraduate students; work in cooperation with other University staff and researchers associated with research computing; and support users, including use of and access to Holland Computing Center resources. The position requires frequent and effective communication of technical, operational and educational information in a variety of formats. Periodic travel between NU campuses (UNO, UNMC, UNL) is required. Criminal background check will be conducted. Excellent benefits including staff/dependent scholarship program. Applicant review begins November 10, 2014. View requisition S_140770 at https://employment.unl.edu for details and to apply.



Post-Bachelor's Research Associate

    Location: Knoxville, TN
    Hiring Institution: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    Apply By: December 04, 2014
    Posted date: November 04, 2014

    The Oak Ridge National Laboratory invites applications for a Post-Bachelor's appointment of one year with the possibility of a one-year renewal on the Scientific Software Team in the Computer Science Research Group of the Computer Science and Mathematics Division. The successful applicant will contribute to the development of an integrated environment for modeling and simulation (Eclipse Integrated Computational Environment) that covers many areas of computational science, including applications in batteries, nuclear reactors and fuels, and other clean energy modeling and simulation efforts. The successful applicant would simultaneously contribute to software development activities and original research. Further information on the project can be found at http://niceproject.sourceforge.net. Technical questions may be directed to: Alex McCaskey, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, P.O. Box 2008 MS6016, Oak Ridge, TN 37831, (865) 574-8715, mccaskeyaj@ornl.gov.



Post-Master's Research Associate

    Location: Knoxville, TN
    Hiring Institution: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    Apply By: December 04, 2014
    Posted date: November 04, 2014

    The Oak Ridge National Laboratory invites applications for a Post-Master's appointment of one year with the possibility of a one-year renewal on the Scientific Software Team in the Computer Science Research Group of the Computer Science and Mathematics Division. The successful applicant will contribute to the development of an integrated environment for modeling and simulation (Eclipse Integrated Computational Environment) that covers many areas of computational science, including applications in batteries, nuclear reactors and fuels, and other clean energy modeling and simulation efforts. The successful applicant would simultaneously contribute to software development activities and original research. Further information on the project can be found at http://niceproject.sourceforge.net. Technical questions may be directed to: Alex McCaskey, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, P.O. Box 2008 MS6016, Oak Ridge, TN 37831, (865) 574-8715, mccaskeyaj@ornl.gov.



Software Developer

    Location: Berkeley, CA
    Hiring Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Apply By: December 04, 2014
    REQ#: 80141
    Posted date: November 04, 2014

    The Data Science and Technology (DST) Department, in the Computational Research division (CRD) at Berkeley Lab develops software and tools to enable scientists to address complex and large-scale computing and data analysis problems beyond what is possible today. DST engages in partnerships with scientists to understand their computing and data analysis challenges and develop leading-edge solutions that fit the needs of the scientists. Current research areas and projects include computationally driven discovery of new materials, processing pipelines for astronomical data, and using experimental data to understand the impacts of climate change. This position will involve work in a results-driven research environment on a wide array of user-facing software development problems including: the planning, coding, and deployment of web applications and/or backend systems; web interfaces for browsing scientific datasets; development and testing of APIs, service interfaces; distributed data collection and analysis; database design and tuning; and continuous testing and integration Preferred candidates will have a bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) and a minimum of 8 years of related experience, at least five years of experience of a software engineer, or equivalent background; proficiency and experience in a high-level programming language and a scripting language; experience leading a team of developers or extensive experience acting as an independent and self-directed member of a large development team; experience with the entire software development process, from requirements through design to implementation and deployment; proficiency with UNIX and/or Windows tools; ability to think and work independently; and strong interpersonal skills for working in a diverse team environment.



Senior Systems Administrator

    Location: Oakland, CA
    Hiring Institution: National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center
    Apply By: December 08, 2014
    REQ#: 78802
    Posted date: November 08, 2014

    NERSC is looking for an outstanding, efficient and self motivated Sr./Systems Administrator (Computer Systems Engineer - CSE) to support the core server infrastructure of NERSC and other associated LBL programs. As the successful candidate, you will administer a wide array of equipment, including VMware, large ZFS file servers, Linux and FreeBSD web and database servers. You will work closely with developers and researchers to create infrastructure and support strategies for a growing number of new technologies. Work will be performed at the Oakland Scientific Facility (OSF) off­site location in Oakland, California, across the street from BART, transitioning to the main LBL campus in mid 2015.



Software Programmer

    Location: Berkeley, CA
    Hiring Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Apply By: December 08, 2014
    REQ#: 80158
    Posted date: November 08, 2014

    Be a part of addressing the next generation of science research problems. High quality user interfaces and tools are now critical to all areas of scientific investigation. We are looking for a few people with strong web development and/or backend skills interested in working on exciting science research projects. The Data Science and Technology (DST) Department, in the Computational Research division (CRD) at Berkeley Lab develops software and tools to enable scientists to address complex and large-scale computing and data analysis problems beyond what is possible today. DST engages in partnerships with scientists to understand their computing and data analysis challenges and develop leading-edge solutions that fit the needs of the scientists. Current research areas and projects include computationally driven discovery of new materials, processing pipelines for astronomical data, and using experimental data to understand the impacts of climate change. More details on projects available on http://acs.lbl.gov.



Senior Information Security Analyst/Engineer

    Location: Berkeley, CA
    Hiring Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Apply By: December 08, 2014
    REQ#: 80208
    Posted date: November 08, 2014

    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), a pioneer in research and science, has an immediate opening for a Senior Security Analyst (Computer Systems Engineer) within the Scientific Networking Division. We’re a dynamic organization, highly motivated and focused on results. Our mission: to accelerate science by delivering unparalleled networking capabilities, tools, and innovations. As an organization, we are small enough to be agile, but large enough to offer rewarding challenges on a global scale. At the core of the Scientific Networking Division is ESnet, the Energy Sciences Network. ESnet interconnects the entire national laboratory system, including its supercomputer centers and user facilities – enabling tens of thousands of scientists to transfer data, access remote resources, and collaborate productively. ESnet is widely regarded as a technical pioneer, and is currently the fastest science network in the world. The successful candidate will join ESnet’s Security Group, which provides information security services and support to ESnet. The primary responsibilities of this position are to improve ESnet's security architecture, perform proactive and reactive security analysis, respond to and resolve security incidents, and provide technical expertise, especially in the area of network and system protection (Unix). In addition, participation is expected in all aspects of information security that will further enable the mission of ESnet, such as participation in: uncovering computer and network vulnerabilities, reducing the risk incurred by vulnerabilities, infusing new security technologies into ESnet’s security architecture, and promoting a security culture through consulting and training. Solid interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively in a distributed team environment are a must. Some travel (US and international) may be required.



Network Systems Analyst

    Location: Oakland, CA
    Hiring Institution: National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center
    Apply By: December 08, 2014
    REQ#: 80121
    Posted date: November 08, 2014

    As the Network Systems Analyst (Computer Systems Engineer II) at the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC), you will report to the manager of the Operations Technology Group (OTG) and provide a variety of engineering support services in a Network Operations Center and HPC computational environment. In this critical role you will be an integral member of the team that provides multipurpose engineering services for the staff at NERSC and the Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) on a 24x7 basis to ensure the accessibility, reliability, security, and connectivity of the computational systems, storage systems, the local area network, the wide area network through ESnet, various servers and the environmental systems. In this key role, you will work with all teams in ESnet including the Operations & Deployment, Network Engineering Groups and the Infrastructure Group to serve as a primary point-of-contact between ESnet Service Desk and ESnet engineers working on assignments such as providing initial diagnoses and problem resolution, improving workflow processes, creating standard operating procedures, providing training, and coordinating changes to established change management processes. Additionally, you will serve as the liaison between ESnet and NERSC staff and will be part of an on-call rotation. Your role will be a technical resource for the OTG staff technicians and has comprehensive technological background of the principles, theories and best practices within the networking and high-performance computing areas.



Network Engineer

    Location: Oakland, CA
    Hiring Institution: National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center
    Apply By: December 08, 2014
    REQ#: 80094
    Posted date: November 08, 2014

    Are you a network guru interested in combining your knowledge of networking with supercomputers? The National Energy Research Scientific Computing (NERSC) Center, is the principal scientific computing facility for the Office of Science in the U.S. Department of Energy and a world leader in high performance computing. NERSC's mission is to accelerate the pace of scientific discovery in areas such as global climate modeling, combustion modeling, biosciences, energy sciences, and astrophysics. The Network Engineer (Computer Systems Engineer 2/3 - CSE) will be helping drive one of the world's fastest supercomputer centers! NERSC has just installed 100G ethernet and needs networking expertise to utilize this resource across the data center. The Network Engineer will be working with scientists to understand their computing and data challenges and develop leading-edge solutions that fit the needs of the scientists. NERSC is currently located at the Oakland Scientific Facility (OSF) off-site location in Oakland, California, but will move in late 2014 or early 2015 to the Computational Research and Theory Facility (CRT) on the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) main campus. Work at both locations may be required.



NERSC Exascale Science Applications Postdoctoral Fellow

    Location: Oakland, CA
    Hiring Institution: National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center
    Apply By: December 08, 2014
    REQ#: 80066
    Posted date: November 08, 2014

    The National Energy Research Scientific Computing (NERSC) Center at Berkeley Lab has several openings for Computational Science Postdoctoral Fellows to conduct applied research and development in the area of energy-efficient high-performance scientific computing (HPC). The positions are part of a larger effort to enable new, pathbreaking science with NERSC's next generation manycore supercomputer. This unique opportunity will focus on transforming high-profile applications in fusion, climate, chemistry, astrophysics, material science, and other areas for the Cray KNL-based "Cori" system. Fellows will be working in multidisciplinary teams composed of computer, computational, and domain scientists that will transition codes to the Cori system and produce mission-relevant science that truly pushes the limits of high-end computing. Candidates will carry out code transition and simulation efforts in collaboration with project PI and team members and with NERSC and vendor staff. Specific duties may include analysis and optimization of parallel applications; performance engineering; development of improved algorithms and implementations for manycore systems; and research in a specific computational application domain. Fellows will be expected to disseminate results of research activities through refereed publications and conference presentations and to ensure that new methods are suitably documented for other members of the extraordinary postdoc team as well as for NERSC staff, vendors, and NERSC users.



Infrastructure Services Systems Administrator

    Location: Berkeley, CA
    Hiring Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Apply By: December 08, 2014
    REQ#: 80018
    Posted date: November 08, 2014

    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), a pioneer in research and science, has an immediate opening for an Infrastructure Services Systems Administrator (Computer Systems Engineer (CSE2) within the Scientific Networking Division. We’re a dynamic organization, highly-motivated and focused on results. Our mission: to accelerate science by delivering unparalleled networking capabilities, tools, and innovations. As an organization, we are small enough to be agile, but large enough to offer rewarding challenges on a global scale. At the core of the Scientific Networking Division is ESnet, the Energy Sciences Network. ESnet interconnects the entire national laboratory system, including its supercomputer centers and user facilities – enabling tens of thousands of scientists to transfer data, access remote resources, and collaborate productively. ESnet is widely-regarded as a technical pioneer, and is currently the fastest science network in the world. The successful candidate join ESnet’s Infrastructure Group, which manages a broad range of services and technologies, including blade servers, multiple flavors of Linux and Unix, mass storage, IT service management/automation tools, security infrastructure and virtualization platforms. The primary responsibilities of this position are to perform system administration for ESnet’s infrastructure supporting core services, security services, and network measurement servers. Experience with FreeBSD, Linux, cfengine, Service-Now, and cyber security tools is critical. Work will include new infrastructure deployment projects, as well as operational support of established systems and services.



HPC Storage Systems Developer

    Location: Oakland, CA
    Hiring Institution: National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center
    Apply By: December 08, 2014
    REQ#: 79000
    Posted date: November 08, 2014

    The HPC Storage Systems Developer (Computer Systems Engineer) works as a member of the Archival Storage Team within the NERSC Storage Systems Group. The facility and systems run on a 24x7 basis and require on-call support for maintaining archive growth at over 1 Petabyte (PB) per month. NERSC systems accelerate scientific productivity by providing unparalleled high-speed computational and data management systems, capabilities, and tools. The Storage Systems Group provides innovative high performance data storage and collaborative services to over 4,500 remote DOE scientists and researchers at national laboratories, DOE sites, and international research facilities. The archival storage system maintains scientific data dating back to 1979, is capable of storing data at a rate of 10’s of Gigabytes/second, and provides information stewardship to scientists for over 25 PBs of data. NERSC is currently located at the Oakland Scientific Facility (OSF) off-site location in Oakland, California, but will move in late 2014 or early 2015 to the Computational Research and Theory Facility (CRT) on the LBNL main campus. Work at both locations may be required.



HPC Focused Computational Chemistry of Physics Postdoctoral Fellow

    Location: Berkeley, CA
    Hiring Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Apply By: December 08, 2014
    REQ#: 80274
    Posted date: November 08, 2014

    The Computational Chemistry, Materials, and Climate Group and Intel Parallel Computing Center at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) has an immediate opening for a postdoctoral researcher to conduct applied research and development in the area of next-generation multicore high-performance scientific computing. The position is part of a larger effort involving the Computational Research Division at LBNL and the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC). The Computational Chemistry, Materials, and Climate Group is focused on enabling scientific discovery through the development of advanced software applications, tools, and libraries in key research areas, as well as the development of scientific computing applications and capabilities for the integration and analysis of complex data from simulation and experiment. The candidate will be part of a multi-disciplinary team conducting research and development for next-generation high-performance computing. The focus of the candidate will be on research and software development in the computational chemistry and domain area with the goal to improve or develop new algorithms for multicore architectures.



ESnet Network Research Postdoctoral Fellow

    Location: Berkeley, CA
    Hiring Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Apply By: December 08, 2014
    REQ#: 80076
    Posted date: November 08, 2014

    Are you an exceptional network researcher who likes working on truly challenging projects? Are you a strong software developer? Are you passionate about learning and open minded about the way that networks are built? Consider joining the research and development team for Berkeley Lab’s Scientific Networking Division. At the core of the Scientific Networking Division is ESnet, the Energy Sciences Network. ESnet interconnects the US national laboratory system, is widely-regarded as a technical pioneer, and is currently the fastest science network in the world. ESnet’s Advanced Network Technologies Group (ANTG) has an immediate opening for a postdoctoral researchers to work on research in projects in Software Defined Networking and other network research topics related to “Big Data”. In the upcoming year, the Scientific Networking Division will embark on an important challenge: expanding its program in applied research, development and integration. With the vision to be a pioneer in developing innovative network technologies, the Division is seeking an exceptionally-competent, flexible and innovative network researcher that is willing to think beyond the conventional. We are working at the leading edge of software-defined networking, OpenFlow, dynamic network infrastructure, network visualization, network knowledge plane, multi-domain and multi-layer architectures. The successful candidate will be the one that brings strong and diverse coding skills, focus, and ability to work with a fast-paced team.



Computer Systems Administrator

    Location: Oakland, CA
    Hiring Institution: National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center
    Apply By: December 08, 2014
    REQ#: 80095
    Posted date: November 08, 2014

    As the Computer Systems Administrator (Computer Systems Engineer II) at the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC), you will report to the manager of the Operations Technology Group (OTG) and provide a variety of engineering and system administrative support services in an HPC computational environment and Network Operations Center. In this critical role, you will be an integral member of a team providing multipurpose engineering support for various groups at NERSC and the Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) on a 24x7 basis to ensure the accessibility, reliability, security, and connectivity of the computational systems, storage systems, the local area network, the wide area network through ESnet, various servers, and the environmental systems. In this key role, you will work with all teams in the Computational Systems Group (CSG) to assist in serving as a primary liaison between CSG staff and OTG technicians working on assignments such as providing primary level diagnostic and system administrative support for the HPC systems, improving workflow processes, developing and implementing standard operating procedures, developing and providing technical training of the technicians, and coordinating changes to established change management processes. Additionally, you will serve as part of a team who are on an on-call rotation providing technical support for the OTG technicians.



Assistant Professor of Computer Science

    Location: Manchester, NH
    Hiring Institution: University of New Hampshire, Manchester
    Apply By: December 15, 2014
    Posted date: October 15, 2014

    Qualifications/Job Description: The University of New Hampshire at Manchester invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position of Assistant Professor of Computer Science in the Computing Technology program, beginning August 2015. Qualified candidates are expected to have a Ph.D. in Computer Science (or closely related disciplines). Preference will be given to candidates with experience in the area of architecture, systems, and networking. Qualified candidates in other areas will also be considered. The position requires student focused teaching and advising; developing an ongoing program of research and engaged scholarship; and service to the profession and UNH community. The normal teaching load is three courses per semester. As a NSF ADVANCE Grant recipient UNH strives to enhance the recruitment, retention and advancement of women faculty and other underrepresented groups in the STEM disciplines. To apply, please visit https://jobs.usnh.edu. Applicants should be prepared to upload the following required documents when applying online: (1) application letter describing qualifications and experience for this position, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) statement of lessons learned from teaching, (4) plan to engage students in research and industry projects, and (5) a list of three professional references



Senior HPC Systems Support Engineer

    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Hiring Institution: Georgia Institute of Technology
    Apply By: December 15, 2014
    REQ#: 170543
    Posted date: November 15, 2014

    Applications for this position must be submitted via the Georgia Tech Human Resources website. Please visit http://careers.gatech.edu/career-paths/staff-opportunities-taleo and search for requisition #0170543. Job Purpose: Responsible for advanced level design, integration, implementation and modification of a wide variety of user information systems usually within a highly complex environment. This includes coordination of the installation, testing, operation, troubleshooting and maintenance of those systems. Provide functional and technical expertise in support of user systems operation and maintenance. May include support of labs, training facilities and general IT office software and hardware. Provides technical advice and leadership to lower level technical staff.



Group Lead (Computer Languages and System Software Group)

    Location: Berkeley, CA
    Hiring Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Apply By: December 22, 2014
    REQ#: 80288
    Posted date: November 22, 2014

    The Computer Languages and System Software Group in the Computing Research Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) is looking for a Group Leader. The group’s mission is to research, design, and implement new models, features and optimizations of parallel programming languages and their execution environments for leading-edge High Performance Computing (HPC) systems. Research topics include but are not necessary limited to theory, implementation and optimization of parallel programming languages, compilers, operating systems, and advanced communication and run-time libraries. This builds on the group’s long history of leadership in this area with the development of GASNet communication library, UPC/UPC++ programming languages, and the Tesselation OS.



Group Lead (Computer Architecture Group)

    Location: Berkeley, CA
    Hiring Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Apply By: December 22, 2014
    REQ#: 80268
    Posted date: November 22, 2014

    The Computer Architecture Group in the Computing Research Division of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is looking for a Group Leader to coordinate hardware architecture R&D activities. The group’s mission is to research, design, and implement new architectural simulation capabilities, novel hardware architecture features, assess design trade-offs, and facilitate the co-design process for leading-edge High Performance Computing (HPC) systems. The primary project of this group is the Computer Architecture Laboratory (http://www.cal-design.org), which is multi-laboratory activity involving Sandia National Laboratories and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Research topics include but are not necessary limited to developing advanced modeling and simulation infrastructure (http://sites.google.com/a/lbl.gov/codex/), developing novel hardware architectures (http://opensocfabric.lbl.gov/home.php), collaborating with industry through the fast forward and design forward projects (http://www.exascaleinitiative.org). The newly formed Computer Architecture Group (originally part of the Future Technologies Group) seeks a leader to direct these research efforts.



Software Programmer

    Location: Berkeley, CA
    Hiring Institution: L
    Apply By: December 22, 2014
    REQ#: 80158
    Posted date: November 22, 2014

    Be a part of addressing the next generation of science research problems. High quality user interfaces and tools are now critical to all areas of scientific investigation. We are looking for a few people with strong web development and/or backend skills interested in working on exciting science research projects. The Data Science and Technology (DST) Department, in the Computational Research division (CRD) at Berkeley Lab develops software and tools to enable scientists to address complex and large-scale computing and data analysis problems beyond what is possible today. DST engages in partnerships with scientists to understand their computing and data analysis challenges and develop leading-edge solutions that fit the needs of the scientists. Current research areas and projects include computationally driven discovery of new materials, processing pipelines for astronomical data, and using experimental data to understand the impacts of climate change. More details on projects available on http://acs.lbl.gov.



Endpoint Manager

    Location: Berkeley, CA
    Hiring Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Apply By: December 22, 2014
    REQ#: 80186
    Posted date: November 22, 2014

    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), a pioneer in scientific research, has an immediate opening for a career position as an Endpoint Manager in the IT Workstation Support group. This position must work with a variety of stakeholders to insure the endpoint policies are appropriate for the Lab's decentralized, diverse, and open environment. Key stakeholders include desktop support, helpdesk and cyber security. Requires regular communication with stakeholders and understanding multiple perspectives on the issue. The successful candidate will be responsible for contributing to the design and implementation Endpoint Management solutions supporting Mac and Windows environments. The successful candidate will be the owner of the suite of endpoint management tools including the following applications: Sophos, WSUS, BigFix, and Casper.



Image Analysis & Data Visualization Specialist

    Location: Chicago, IL
    Hiring Institution: The University of Chicago Research Computing Center
    Apply By: December 22, 2014
    REQ#: 97159
    Posted date: November 22, 2014

    The Research Computing Center (RCC) seeks an experienced Computational Image Analysis and Data Visualization Specialist to serve as a technical domain expert in supporting and advising faculty, post-docs, and graduate students on the design and implementation of visualization and analysis solutions in a wide range of research domains. The successful candidate will join a team of consultants who are playing a key role in building an inter-disciplinary local community of users and experts in scientific computing, computation image analysis, and data visualization at the University of Chicago.



Liane Russell Distinguished Early Career Fellowship

    Location: Oak Ridge, TN
    Hiring Institution: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    Apply By: March 31, 2015
    Posted date: November 15, 2014

    The Liane B. Russell Fellowship honors groundbreaking female geneticist Liane B. Russell. Russell has been the recipient of both the Enrico Fermi Award and the International Roentgen Medal. The Russell Fellowship is an integral part of ORNL’s diversity recruiting effort, helping to attract a diverse workforce of scientists and engineers to pursue a path of scientific excellence and substantially contribute to ORNL and the US Department of Energy (DOE) missions and goals. This fellowship provides funding support over a period of three years for candidates with proven exceptional talent, along with formal mentorship and guidance designed to facilitate successful long term integration and alignment of their research activities with DOE programs. Fellows are expected to conduct research of the highest quality and impact, aim to pursue long-term careers with ORNL, elevate the reputation of the Laboratory, and become scientific leaders in their field. The Russell Fellowship is open to all fields of science and engineering. Applicants must have received their doctoral degrees before their start dates and can be no more than seven years beyond receiving their doctoral degrees at the date of application submission. The Russell Fellowship is posted twice each year on the ORNL Careers website. To apply, click the “Open Positions” button on the left side of the page and search the keyword “Russell.” The online posting dates are listed below: August 1 - October 31 January 1 - March 31



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