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Science, Global Public Health, Digital Innovation
United States Pharmacopeia
We have multiple opportunities for scientists, regulatory opportunities, documentary standards, business leads, global health
Link: https://usp.jobs/
Manufacturing Engineer
Micron Technology
The Manufacturing Engineer role is responsible for tactically monitoring the health of area processes, ensuring expedient lot movement, and reacting to area process issues that impact quality, cycle time (CT) or turns. ME's support existing processes, identify process and material improvements and correct process deviations.

Education and Experience
Relevant BS degree required

Additional Job Description
Develops, implements and maintains methods, operation sequence and processes in the manufacture or fabrication of parts, components, sub assemblies and final assemblies. Interfaces with design engineering in coordinating the release of new products. Estimates manufacturing cost, determines time standards, and makes recommendations for tooling and process requirements of new or existing product lines. Maintains records and reporting systems for coordination of manufacturing operations.
Link: https://careers.micron.com/careers/job/18108656
Intern - Manufacturing Engineer
Micron Technology
Remote Operating Center (ROC) Manufacturing Engineer Interns are responsible for tactically leading the production line flow for assigned areas and ensuring area priorities and execution supports production line priorities. ME’s are the on shift priority lot guides and response team in order to drive activities to deliver quality cycles of learning at a low cycle time for their area.

Education:
- Graduation date should not be prior to December 2024
- Must be pursuing a bachelors degree in a relative field
Link: https://careers.micron.com/careers/job/17678019
Student Internships
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)
Student Internships in various locations across the country with USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). Stop by Booth 500 to learn more. Follow the link to view current openings.
Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/Search/Results?a=AG16&hp=student&p=1#
Structural Engineer 3 - Bridge & Tunnels Expert
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) - one of the oldest & most complex sites with the largest footprint in the NNSA - has a rare opportunity for an experienced Bridge Structural Engineer. This position offers the opportunity to support the Laboratory’s mission by overseeing a large portfolio of bridges, culverts, and dams on the LANL campus. The responsibilities include maintaining the condition assessment and leading projects to implement solutions for life cycle management of one of the largest steel bridges in New Mexico. Other duties will include the periodic inspection of transportation and drainage structures in partnership with contracted inspection agencies and prepare scoping documents for maintenance and repair projects.
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/structural-engineer-3---bridge--tunnels-expert/8be038d7-9cff-4533-b300-16d5ec478a2a
Engineering internship
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Do something that matters and make a real difference at one of the World’s most prestigious and innovative multidisciplinary research institutions! The Nuclear Safety Program of Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) develops, maintains and applies a diverse set of engineering capabilities to provide innovative engineering solutions that enable the Laboratory’s scientific and national security mission. Successful candidates will be working within the Plutonium Facilities Engineering (PFE) Division. The PFE Division of LANL develops, maintains, and applies a diverse set of engineering capabilities to provide innovative engineering solutions that enable the Laboratory’s scientific and national security mission.
This internship provides mentoring, hands-on technical experience, and professional development opportunities through a formalized work plan complementing the student’s engineering education. Come join our team!
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/engineer-internship/a967e7df-4ddb-47ad-bca7-78bd51120a53
Reliability Engineer 2 (R&D Engineer 2)
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Utilize your Reliability skills to develop reliable processes to support programmatic work groups and the mission of the Associate Laboratory Directorate for Weapons Production (ALDWP) at Los Alamos National Laboratory. TA55-PMDS is seeking an experienced and team-oriented Reliability Engineer for the Process Maintenance & Decontamination Services group to serve an integral function as Reliability Engineer 2, whom will work for the Reliability Engineering Program that supports programmatic equipment for the Weapons Production Facilities located at the Technical Area 55 Division to drive mission and operational excellence through fact-based decision making and Continuous Improvement.
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/reliability-engineer-2-rd-engineer-2/9f91c18d-f8c4-41a6-b3c9-8a7c75755c27
Fire Protection Engineering Technologist 1/2
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
Are you a passionate Fire Protection Engineer looking for an exciting opportunity? At Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), we're seeking dynamic individuals to join our team. We have openings at two levels: Fire Protection Engineering Technologist 1 and 2, depending on your experience.
In these roles, you'll review fire protection system designs, analyze safety requirements, and ensure compliance with codes and standards. At the higher level, you'll lead initiatives, be a subject matter expert, and mentor junior engineers. We require teamwork skills, attention to detail, and relevant education/experience.
Join LANL in our mission to minimize fire-related risks and protect our community. Apply now for an opportunity to work on impactful projects in a cutting-edge environment. 🔗 Apply Now

#LANLFiresafety #Engineering #FireProtection #SafetyFirst #JoinOurTeam #LANL #Hiring #LosAlamosLab #GreatPlaceToWork

Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/fire-protection-engineering-technologist-12/779dc5f6-8d04-4389-969d-f8dd9ba55af6
Mechanical Engineer 3/4
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
The Engineering Services Division Office (ES-DO) of Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) develops, maintains, and applies a diverse set of engineering capabilities to provide innovative engineering solutions that enable the Laboratory's scientific and national security mission. ES-DO is responsible for implementing the Conduct of Engineering (COE) program at LANL in support of systems, structure and component modifications, and new installations. This position supports nuclear, accelerator, or non-nuclear facilities across 38 square miles of the Laboratory.
As a mechanical design engineer, you will concurrently work on multiple design teams shaping LANL's facilities and infrastructure to serve the needs of a growing and changing Laboratory. Your teams will provide engineering consulting services typical of any or all project phases: programming; scoping; design; construction; commissioning; operation.
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/mechanical-engineer-34/1a12987d-7bc4-499d-ac05-298aec9a9926
Electrical Engineer 3/4
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
Exciting Job Opportunity for Electrical Engineers at Los Alamos National Laboratory!

Are you an ambitious Electrical Engineer looking to make a significant impact? Join Los Alamos National Laboratory's Engineering Services Division Office (ES-DO) in New Mexico.

At the Engineer 3 level, you'll provide senior engineering expertise, tackle complex challenges, and contribute to the efficient execution of projects. You'll also be recognized as a subject-matter expert and help ensure compliance with codes and standards.

At the Engineer 4 level, you'll have the opportunity to make visionary contributions to design and business practices, contribute to LANL's Engineering Standards, and facilitate the technical growth of the Electrical design team.

LANL offers a unique opportunity to work on projects that directly impact national security and scientific progress. If you're ready to be part of this exceptional team, apply today to launch your career in innovation and excellence at LANL. ⚡🔧 #JoinOurTeam #LANL #Hiring #LosAlamosLab #GreatPlaceToWork #LANLEngineering #ElectricalEngineer #Innovation
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/electrical-engineer-34/5c6914a4-78e6-4e7a-8d6b-0d2aa34d1f8d
FP/Fire Protection Office Internship
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
The Fire Protection Office (FP) is seeking undergraduate students to join one of our engineering teams.

Do something that matters and make a real difference at one of the World's most prestigious and innovative multidisciplinary research institutions! The Nuclear Safety Program of Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) develops, maintains, and applies a diverse set of engineering capabilities to provide innovative engineering solutions that enable the Laboratory's scientific and national security mission.
This internship provides mentoring, hands-on technical experience, and professional development opportunities through a formalized work plan complementing the student's engineering education. Come join the Fire Protection Office!
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/fpfire-protection-office/02b4a186-e575-4a59-9d80-585e7f6871bb
Nuclear Criticality Safety Graduate Student
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)

The LANL NCS Program offers paid summer and year-round internships for graduate students pursuing a career in the discipline of nuclear criticality safety. The program provides mentoring, hands-on field experience, technical skills development, and professional opportunities through a formalized work plan complementing the student's chosen area of study.

Examples of NCS experiences include, but are not limited to:

Field experience such as facility-familiarization activities and witnessing nuclear operations

Learning the physics, engineering, and administrative fundamentals of the NCS discipline.

Assisting in developing technical bases for safety arguments for real-world operations.

Modelling of fissile-bearing systems in a variety of physical settings.

Creating and developing digital tools for the administrating of a safety program.

Creating and developing computational tools and techniques.
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/nuclear-criticality-safety-graduate-student/fea5b90b-ab11-43b8-89fc-256ea0bc805b
Fire Protection Graduate Intern
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
The Fire Protection Office (FP) is seeking undergraduate students to join our engineering team.

Do something that matters and make a real difference at one of the World's most prestigious and innovative multidisciplinary research institutions! The Nuclear Safety Program of Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) develops, maintains, and applies a diverse set of engineering capabilities to provide innovative engineering solutions that enable the Laboratory's scientific and national security mission.

This internship provides mentoring, hands-on technical experience, and professional development opportunities through a formalized work plan complementing the student's engineering education. Come join the Fire Protection Office!

Support review of fire protection system designs and calculations, including sprinkler, fire pump, fire alarm, and special hazard systems. Analyze life safety requirements for buildings, including building code compliance, occupancy determination, occupant load calculations, and components of the means of egress. Perform on-site fire protection system evaluations and participate in final system testing. Inspect buildings for hazard assessment and compliance. Perform building and fire code analyses and interpretations. Prepare fire hazards analysis and engineering evaluation documents. Interface with facility project personnel and coordinate project designs with other engineering disciplines. Perform analyses of existing fire protection systems to determine capabilities, shortcomings, and solutions to rectify deficiencies.
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/fire-protection-graduate-intern/04379073-06c0-45af-919d-7262d57a512a
Nuclear Facilities Mechanical Engineer 1/2
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
The Engineering Services Division Office (ES-DO) of Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) develops, maintains, and applies a diverse set of engineering capabilities to provide innovative engineering solutions that enable the Laboratory's scientific and national security mission.

ES-DO Groups are responsible for implementing the Conduct of Engineering (COE) program at LANL in support of systems, structure and component modifications, and new installations. This position supports nuclear, accelerator, or non-nuclear facilities across 38 square miles of the Laboratory.

Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/nuclear-facilities-mechanical-engineer-12/80a08b98-73f4-41db-825c-b720d442a0e8
Structural Engineer 1/2
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
The Engineering Services Division Office (ES-DO) of Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) develops, maintains, and applies a diverse set of engineering capabilities to provide innovative engineering solutions that enable the Laboratory's scientific and national security mission. ES-DO Groups are responsible for implementing the Conduct of Engineering (COE) program at LANL in support of systems, structure and component modifications, and new installations. This position supports nuclear, accelerator, or non-nuclear facilities across 38 square miles of the Laboratory.
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/structural-engineer-12/bb40068a-7c3b-4cbb-93ea-7cd15c6dc65b
Designer/Drafter 2
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
The mission of the Plutonium Facilities Engineering Team is to provide systems engineering support to operations and maintenance activities to the TA-55 Facility Operations Director (FOD) and to provide design and project engineering services in support of Facility Operations and the Plutonium Facility enduring mission.

PFE-DD provides design engineering CAD services for the Plutonium Facilities Division. PFE-DD is responsible for developing technical baseline documentation which is essential for routine safe operations in Nuclear Facilities.

We are currently looking for a Designer/Drafter 2 to support the Designer Drafter Group.

The successful applicant will use their positive can-do attitude while supporting the organizations, Mission. As part of the Design & Drafter Group, you will be responsible for facility drawings. You will work as part of the Plutonium Facilities Engineering multidiscipline engineering team in support of maintaining and upgrading Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) facilities by preparing quality Computer-Aided Design (CAD) drawings that follow LANL CAD Standards. You will interface with clients, other designers, and engineers to establish and maintain technical baseline documentation on assigned facilities/systems. At LANL, technical baseline documentation provides an accurate picture of our facilities and assets. You will complete historical drawing research and integrating it into new baseline.

Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/designerdrafter-2/d1a279ed-7dde-4dc1-a243-b7354ef4ec16
Designer/Drafter 1/2
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
Designer/Drafter 1 ($46,300 - $71,400)
As a Designer/Drafter, you will be working as part of a design team assessing, maintaining, and upgrading facility systems at LANL. Regular functions include but are not limited to: creating detailed three-dimensional and two-dimensional facility designs, visits to facilities to evaluate, identify, and document existing deficiencies; produce calculations and design recommendations; develop initial design solutions for new facilities, additions, renovations and repairs for Engineer review and approval; function and contribute to a strong team-work environment. In addition, you'll learn and develop the following:

Learn more about design and drafting from seasoned designers and drafters.

See how your skills can contribute to national security.

See your ideas come to life on paper and in construction.
Learn how to be a contributing team member.

Develop engineering judgement.

Develop your leadership skills.

Designer/Drafter 2 ($51,200 - $78,700)

In addition to what was outlined at the lower level, at this level the Designer/Drafter 2 performs the following duties:

Knowledge and experience in understanding engineering design.

Familiarity with industry standards such as ASME, ASTM, AWS, IEEE and computer-aided design (CAD) software to produce models, drawings, layouts or engineering concepts.

Generation of design drawing packages.

Resolve engineering package issues by facilitating reviews, collaborating with engineers and stakeholders on designs, fabrication, assembly and testing.
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/designerdrafter-12/d4e32527-af05-4377-8cfc-e756c4348649
Quantum Sensing Postdoc
Los Alamos National Laboratory
What You Will Do

We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher in experimental quantum sensing. We are a part of the Quantum Technologies team at LANL and our main research effort is to develop various quantum sensors with ultracold atoms. This position is for our project on a resonant matter wave gradiometer. In previous projects, we demonstrated waveguide atom interferometers for rotation sensing and multi-loop interferometer. In this new project, a novel resonant gradiometer scheme will be developed to significantly improve the sensitivity of an atom interferometer. This improved sensitivity might be applied to various applications in atom interferometers, such as gravitational wave detection, inertial sensing, and geophysical exploration. In addition, a theoretical and experimental effort is underway to develop the optimum quantum enhancement scheme, and the combination of the quantum and resonant enhancement will make it possible to realize a compact quantum sensor with unprecedented sensitivity for many critical applications. LANL plans to invest heavily in quantum computing and sensing for the next several years. Postdocs are actively recruited to be a part of the core workforce for this long-term investment. A postdoc for this position will play a crucial role in establishing a quantum sensing research program.
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/quantum-sensing-postdoc/94c309bf-8bae-49db-9f4c-8f07ac943a93
Robotics and Automation Intern
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
What You Will Do

The Process Automation and Controls (E-3) group is looking for co-op undergraduate interns (spring or summer semesters/quarters) to help with our R&D engineering efforts. E-3 is a full support mechanical, electrical, and process controls engineering services group that provides design, fabrication, testing, installation, and specialized processing systems in nuclear and non-nuclear applications. With E-3's wide range of capabilities, including robotics, electrical-mechanical hardware engineering, software development, electrical drafting, project management, systems development, and integration. We can help you narrow your engineering focus onto what you enjoy most. The group is comprised of engineers, scientists, development and fabrication technicians and technologists.

This Engineering Undergraduate Student (UGS) Program offers paid co-op internships for undergraduate engineering and applied-sciences students. We will provide mentoring, hands-on technical experience, and professional development opportunities through a formalized work plan complementing the student's chosen area of study.

Examples of E-3 projects in Engineering include, but are not limited to:

• Design and assembly of control racks,

• Perform circuit calculations, including power, current, voltage, frequency, and capacitance,

• Developing and following test procedures for electrical equipment and software,

• Design, analysis, and testing of mechanical systems and structures,

• Design, analysis, and testing of robotic systems,

• Programming of robotic systems using ROS, python, and C++,

• LabVIEW development for supporting control software, and

• Using machine learning techniques to improve image processing and mechanical response in robots.

Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/robotics-and-automation-intern/29857fe9-faf5-401a-bc05-a6720f623c0f
Robotics & Automation Summer School
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
The Los Alamos Robotics & Automation Summer School (RASS) provides the opportunity to work on engineering projects that create solutions to Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) mission-relevant problems. The summer school also offers formal technical and career-development tutorials. This is a paid summer internship that will run from June 3 to August 9, 2024.

RASS will place students in a strong position for future internships or permanent employment at LANL.

The program is designed for nine undergraduate students. We are looking for high-quality students from diverse academic and cultural backgrounds. Acceptance into the program is based on academic record and letters of recommendation. A variety of academic disciplines are being sought, including computer science and aerospace, robotics, mechanical nuclear, and electrical engineering. Students will be provided with a salary that is dependent on academic status (see https://www.lanl.gov/careers/career-options/student-internships/_assets/docs/salary-structure.pdf). Student travel to LANL will be reimbursed based on the point of origin. Reimbursement of travel costs for the subsequent conference presentation is also provided.
The students will be placed into three-person, multi-disciplinary teams. Each team will be assigned an engineering project to be completed in an intense 10-week time frame. LANL staff members will also serve as mentors to the teams. The projects typically have a robotics, LabVIEW, programmable logic controller, and hardware component. Projects will focus on the development of an automated system. The project will result in a prototype or demonstration, which will be exhibited at the end of the summer. Standard engineering documents, such as requirements, project plan, and drawings, will be generated by the students. The students will prepare a paper for and present their developmental systems at an industry conference taking place the following winter.
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/robotics--automation-summer-school/115af243-b721-437f-a1f8-b26c3c13fa1c
Entry-Mid Level Control Engineer (R&D Engineer 1/2)
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
This job posting will be used to identify R&D Engineer 1 or R&D Engineer 2 applicants depending on the skills of the selected applicant and match them to open positions across the Weapons Engineering directorate (ALDW) at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). Selected candidates may be placed into the following Divisions:

ALDW-DAQ | Design Agency Quality
ALDW-PO | Program Office
E-Division | Engineering Technology & Design
J-Division | Integrated Weapons Experiments
M-Division | Dynamic Experiments
Q-Division | Weapon Stockpile Modernization
W-Division | Weapon Systems Engineering
WFO-Division | Weapons Facilities Operations

ALDW requires controls engineers to be responsible for the design, development, and field support of data acquisition systems, process control systems, machine control systems, and safety systems used for Pu Sustainment Programs as well as a variety of additional programs throughout the Laboratory.

Principal responsibilities will be to provide electrical design engineering and support of control system hardware components and software controls for newly developed data acquisition and control systems. Systems range from standalone commercial controller-based equipment to large, distributed computer-based systems. Some work will be conducted in a radiological area.

Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/entry-mid-level-control-engineer-rd-engineer-12/7bb81b23-a810-4b69-ae19-776564753a1f
ALDW Entry Level R&D Engineer (R&D Engineer 1)
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
This job posting will be used to identify R&D Engineer 1 applicants and match them to open positions across the Weapons Engineering directorate (ALDW) at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). Selected candidates may be placed into the following Divisions:

ALDW-DAQ | Design Agency Quality
ALDW-PO | Program Office
E-Division | Engineering Technology & Design
J-Division | Integrated Weapons Experiments
M-Division | Dynamic Experiments

Selected candidates will:

Create, design, analyze, and build the tools, instruments, and systems that researchers need to explore, monitor, test, and discover natural and man-made phenomena.

Apply engineering principles, theories, concepts, and practices to contribute to solutions for a broad range of technical challenges of national importance, including nuclear deterrence and threat reduction.

Serve as a member of integrated research and development (R&D) teams to answer engineering challenges.

Assist in the research, design, testing, analysis, verification, and validation of engineering and technology solutions in support of R&D initiatives.

Learn advanced technologies and analysis techniques employed by the Los Alamos National Laboratory engineering community.

Adapt to evolving R&D requirements while meeting safety, security, compliance, and schedule imperatives.
Q-Division | Weapon Stockpile Modernization
W-Division | Weapon Systems Engineering
WFO-Division | Weapons Facilities Operations

As an R&D Engineer 1, selected applicants will have the opportunity to do something meaningful and make an impact at one of the most prestigious and innovative multidisciplinary research institutions in the world.
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/aldw-entry-level-rd-engineer-rd-engineer-1/b0436d05-57f9-437e-8fe2-0fc0b014eda5
Entry Level/Mid-Level R&D Engineer (R&D Engineer 2)
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
This job posting will be used to identify R&D Engineer 2 applicants and match them to open positions across the Weapons Engineering directorate (ALDW) at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). Selected candidates may be placed into the following Divisions:

ALDW-DAQ | Design Agency Quality
ALDW-PO | Program Office
E-Division | Engineering Technology & Design
J-Division | Integrated Weapons Experiments
M-Division | Dynamic Experiments
Q-Division | Weapon Stockpile Modernization
W-Division | Weapon Systems Engineering
WFO-Division | Weapons Facilities Operations

As an R&D Engineer 2, selected applicants will have the opportunity to do something meaningful and make an impact at one of the most prestigious and innovative multidisciplinary research institutions in the world.

Selected candidates will:

Create, design, analyze, and build the tools, instruments, and systems that researchers need to explore, monitor, test, and discover natural and man-made phenomena.

Apply engineering principles, theories, concepts, and practices to contribute to solutions for a broad range of technical challenges of national importance, including nuclear deterrence and threat reduction.

Serve as a member of integrated research and development (R&D) teams to answer engineering challenges.

Assist in the research, design, testing, analysis, verification, and validation of engineering and technology solutions in support of R&D initiatives.

Learn advanced technologies and analysis techniques employed by the Los Alamos National Laboratory engineering community.

Adapt to evolving R&D requirements while meeting safety, security, compliance, and schedule imperatives.
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/entry-levelmid-level-rd-engineer-rd-engineer-2/00337efb-4415-4ad6-9203-e49762e06dca
Nuclear Facilities Civil Engineer 3/4
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
As a civil design engineer with Engineering Services, you will function as part of a design agency serving one of three Facilities Operations Directorates (FODs). You will work concurrently on multiple design teams shaping LANL's facilities and infrastructure to serve the needs of a growing and changing Laboratory. Your teams will provide engineering consulting services typical of any or all project phases: scoping; design; construction; commissioning; operation.

Provide senior engineering expertise and mentoring to junior engineers.

Assess, maintain, and upgrade civil infrastructure at LANL to support national security efficient project execution.

Be recognized as a subject-matter-expert (SME), helping to ensure third-party designs are code-compliant and meet our customer's needs.
Assess condition of existing facilities and infrastructure systems.

Expertly apply engineering judgement to engineering challenges.

Utilize your experience to prepare accurate cost estimates to our customers.

Work to scope both internally and externally executed design projects.
Produce high-level design deliverables including drawings, specifications, test and inspection plans (TIPs), statements of special inspections (SSIs), and calculations.

Adhere to LANL's Engineering Standards, Conduct of Engineering, prevailing codes and standards.

Review construction submittals, provide RFI responses and generate Document revisions.

Support organizational initiatives for improvements of design and business practices.
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/nuclear-facilities-civil-engineer-34/ee273df4-71c2-45e5-879f-b7c23bc4e7f0
Field Engineering Technologist (Engineering Technologist 1/2)
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
Field Engineer Technologist 1 ($81,700 - $133,100)

The Field Engineer Technologist 1 is responsible for ensuring that the technical aspects of construction and maintenance projects are executed in full conformance with the Approved Project Documents by monitoring facility maintenance and construction activities. This is accomplished by providing input during scoping, design, execution, and project closeout to ensure baseline documents are accurate, design documents are adhered to, and as-built configurations are verified. A Field Engineer expedites project execution by identifying issues, coordinating technical solutions, and providing timely guidance to the constructor through approved procedures. The level 1 Field Engineer Technologist will require a basic understanding of field engineering principles and have a aptitude to apply these principles in the execution of the job.

Field Engineer Technologist 2 ($90, 000- $147,100)

In addition to what was outlined at the lower level, at the Field Engineer 2 will require a demonstrated understanding of field engineering principles and needs to have applied these principles in a professional environment.
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/field-engineering-technologist-engineering-technologist-12/cf6f677e-62f9-4db3-b767-6a87985d16f2
Undergrad Student for Capital Projects
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Make a difference by applying your project management, construction management, project controls, and engineering skills at a world-renowned national laboratory dedicated to helping solve some of the nation's most challenging national security problems.

The United States and its allies depend on Los Alamos National Laboratory's contributions to nuclear deterrence and national security through innovation in research and development. Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) was established in 1943 to conduct scientific research for the Manhattan Project, an allied effort that developed the world's first atomic weapons.

The Associate Laboratory Directorate for Infrastructure and Capital Projects (ALDICP) has co-op positions available for undergraduate students in the areas of construction management, project management, project controls, infrastructure, and subcontractor management. Multiple teams within the ALD are seeking team-oriented and highly motivated students. The selected students will partner with an experienced mentor in a specific area of Infrastructure and Capital Projects who will provide guidance and feedback throughout the course of the co-op program. Students will gain invaluable experience supporting work planning, execution, and improving our project capacity. The co-op program offers the opportunity for rotational exposure in all functional areas of Infrastructure and Capital Projects with the intent of hiring successful participants full time after graduation.

Over the next 30 years, significant investment is planned to modernize and expand the Laboratory's capabilities to serve the national security mission. Projects include new office buildings, light industrial-use facilities and small laboratories.

Large line-item projects to construct new facilities while decommissioning of old infrastructure, will support plutonium missions.

See website for job requirements and more!
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/undergrad-student/f2500a66-95b5-4f0f-9a2d-cb6193563cf8
Graduate Student SA 1 for Capital Projects
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Make a difference by applying your project management, construction management, project controls, and engineering skills at a world-renowned national laboratory dedicated to helping solve some of the nation's most challenging national security problems.

The Associate Laboratory Directorate for Infrastructure and Capital Projects (ALDICP) has co-op positions available for graduate students in the areas of construction management, project management, project controls, infrastructure, and subcontractor management. Multiple teams within the ALD are seeking team-oriented and highly motivated students. The selected students will partner with an experienced mentor in a specific area of Infrastructure and Capital Projects who will provide guidance and feedback throughout the course of the co-op program. Students will gain invaluable experience supporting work planning, execution, and improving our project capacity. The co-op program offers the opportunity for rotational exposure in all functional areas of Infrastructure and Capital Projects with the intent of hiring successful participants full time after graduation.

Over the next 30 years, significant investment is planned to modernize and expand the Laboratory's capabilities. Projects include new office buildings, light industrial-use facilities and small laboratories. These can be modular constructed buildings fabricated off-site, stick build, or a combination. Scope includes design, foundation work, building construction, electrical, water and gas utilities and tie-ins, HVAC, telecommunications, access controls and fire protection/alarm.

Large line-item projects to construct new facilities while decommissioning of old infrastructure will support plutonium missions.

See job ad linked here for more info.
Link: https://lanl.jobs/search/jobdetails/graduate-student-sa-1/dfd84462-5765-4738-859e-1f7b6609cfc5
56 career opportunities in Science, Digital Innovation, Global Public Health, Promoting Quality Medicines, Business Development, External Affairs
US Pharmacopeia
Discover your career at USP! 2023 Best Place to Work by Biospace
Explore current openings in diverse focus areas that support USP’s mission to build trust and provide access to quality medicines, dietary supplements and foods around the world.
Link: https://usp.jobs/jobs/
Scientist I – Shanahan Foundation Fellowship at the Interface of Data and Neuroscience
Allen Institute
The Shanahan Foundation Fellowship at the Interface of Data and Neuroscience is co-hosted by the Allen Institute and the University of Washington (through its eScience Institute and the Computational Neuroscience Center). In this three-year data science fellowship program you will work with mentors from the Allen Institute and the University of Washington to design and carry out a project focused on quantitative analysis of neuroscience data available through the Allen Institute’s vast data banks – ranging from molecular, genomic, transcriptional, physiological, morphological, anatomical and functional whole-brain level in mice, non-human primates and humans or through analysis of data generated by ongoing laboratory work.

Gain familiarity with Institute neuroscience data sets, projects, and scientific leaders and select a mentor at the Allen Institute
Build relationships within eScience, Computational Neuroscience Center, and Applied Math at the University of Washington and select a co-mentor for your fellowship research program
Develop a novel research program around Allen Institute existing data resources or ongoing projects which pushes the boundaries of both data and neuroscience
Bring cutting edge data science approaches (statistical, computational and machine learning) to bear on complex neuroscience problems to advance our understanding of the mammalian brain
Participate in the Summer Workshop on the Dynamic Brain and, subsequently, serve as a teaching assistant for the course in a future year
Mentor a postbaccalaureate or undergraduate research assistant in applying computational approaches to neuroscience questions
Publish findings in peer-reviewed journals and present at scientific conferences

Required Education and Experience
Ph.D. in a quantitative field such as computer science, electrical engineering, physics, mathematics, or biology

Annualized salary range is $95,000 plus benefits and relocation assistance, and can offer visa sponsorship.
Link: https://alleninstitute.org/careers/internships-and-postbac/shanahan-foundation-fellowship/
Postbaccalaureate Research Assistant
Allen Institute
The Allen Institute’s Postbaccalaureate (Postbac) Program is designed to provide mentorship and research experience for those who have completed an undergraduate degree and demonstrated a commitment to STEM, allowing them to pursue advanced STEM education or start a career in science or a related field.

Each Postbac will own a project that seeks to address a specific research question or scientific problem, and they will be paired with a primary mentor who will assist the Postbac in their career development and help bring them into the Allen Institute community. Postbac roles will start in June and are term limited to one year, with the option to extend to two years. Potential Postbacs are not required to have prior research experience in order to apply.

The Allen Institute believes that team science significantly benefits from the participation of diverse voices, experiences and backgrounds. High-quality science can only be produced when it includes different perspectives. We are committed to increasing diversity across every team and encourage people from all backgrounds to apply for this role.

Postbaccalaureate Research Assistant roles will be posted on or before December 22, 2023 and the last day applications will be accepted is January 17th, 2024.

Eligibility
• Must have completed a bachelor’s degree (or will have completed by the start of the program) and does not have an advanced degree in the role’s relevant STEM field
• Must be able to start on either June 3rd or June 17th, 2024, and commit to the full one-year program
• Must be eligible to work in the U.S. for the program duration
• Must be 18 years of age or older

Compensation & Benefits
• Postbacs are paid by the hour and receive full benefits. We also offer relocation assistance.
Link: https://alleninstitute.org/careers/internships-and-postbac/
Summer Intern
Allen Institute
The Allen Institute’s Summer Internship Program is an intensive summer experience designed to provide mentorship and research experience for associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degree students who are interested in furthering life sciences research.

This program is designed to share and change the culture of science by creating opportunities for people from all backgrounds to launch their career in a space where they are valued and included. We do this with an eye towards our future research community and the highest impact for our participants.

The Summer Intern Program is an opportunity to learn and gain experience working for an organization dedicated to Big, Team, and Open science. This can include participating in research that can lead to publications and presentations as well as contributing to an overall scientific mission through administrative or technology roles. Allen Institute offers a unique community in which to see, support, and engage with science in action.

Allen Institute will post the 2024 Summer Internships on or before December 22nd, 2023.
• The last day applications will be accepted is January 17th, 2024
• Allen Institute offers two start dates to accommodate both semester and quarter schools: June 3rd, 2024 and June 17th, 2024. The program will run for 10 weeks
• Interns are expected to work 35-40 hours a week throughout the 10-week period

Eligibility
• Currently enrolled in an accredited associate, bachelor’s, or master’s program
• 2024 graduates of an accredited associate, bachelor’s, or master’s program will be considered for the summer immediately following graduation
• Must be able to start on either June 3rd or June 17th, 2024, and commit to the full 10-week internship program
• Must be eligible to work in the U.S. for the program duration.
• Must be 18 years of age or older

Compensation & Benefits
• Summer Interns will receive $19.97 per hour and limited benefits. We also offer relocation and housing assistance.
Link: https://alleninstitute.org/careers/internships-and-postbac/
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