In this role, you will be responsible for investigators who apply advanced and integrated techniques to understand the physiology and ecology of microorganisms in support of US Dept. of
Energy missions in remediation and systems biology.
The Nuclear Security Advanced Technologies (NSAT) Group within the Nuclear Security and Isotope Technology Division (NSITD) seeks applications for a research and development position focused on the investigation of chemical and physical properties of fuel cycle materials and the development of novel analysis tools focused on these materials.
The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to current and emerging R&D efforts in support of safeguards and security missions. Specifically the candidate will be expected to contribute to software development for both internal and external applications ranging in scale from multi-year desktop application development to small scientific simulation or concept demonstration tasks supporting research efforts.
In this role, you will designs systems and/or defines design criteria for environmental remediation and decommissioning efforts, i.e., groundwater remediation. Monitors performance of remedial efforts and recommends improvements.