Just a quick heads up that some of these job postings are closing either today or tomorrow (Depending on how you read "March 2, 2010 (midnight)")... so if you were waiting to apply you should probably get after it!

Derek

On Feb 18, 2010, at 12:08 PM, Derek Gaston wrote:

Hello all,

I thought most people on these lists would be interested in job postings in my group at Idaho National Laboratory.  We are looking for good computational scientists of all levels... and particularly those with experience working with libMesh!

If you are interested please go to the INL career website ( http://inlrecruiting.inel.gov/psp/hrdex89/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?FolderPath=PORTAL_ROOT_OBJECT.HC_HRS_CE_GBL2&IsFolder=false&IgnoreParamTempl=FolderPath%2cIsFolder ).  If you do a search for "computational".  The three job adds will come up at the top.  They have ID #'s of: 5337, 5385 and 5386.

5385 is an entry level position.  Pretty much a fresh PhD or Masters Degree graduate.

5386 is for someone with a little more experience, with a preference towards having some knowledge in a particular physical field (like solid mechanics or fluid flow etc.).

5337 is a senior level position.  Here we're looking for someone with 20+ years of experience in computational materials science.

Also on that career website are several internship opportunities.  These are summer positions within the laboratory.  If you're still a student and are looking for some work experience in computational areas feel free to apply to our internship posting which is # 5296.  It will be on the same page when you search for "computational" but will be a bit further down the page.

If you feel you fit in more than one position... by all means apply for more than one!  The descriptions above (and in the actual postings) are just loose guidelines.  If we think you're good we'll make it work.  Also, even though there are only 4 postings... we might hire more than 4 people...

If there are others who aren't on these mailing lists that you think would be interested in these positions... please forward this email!  Also, please use my name ( Derek Gaston ) as a referral if you do actually apply.

If you have any questions at all... don't hesitate to hit me with an email.

Derek