Position for a Neutron Diffraction Project Facilitator at Chalk R iver, Canada

Worlton, Thomas tworlton at anl.gov
Mon Feb 4 11:34:22 CST 2002

Position for a Neutron Diffraction Project Facilitator at Chalk River,

Located at Chalk River, Canada's neutron beam laboratory provides an
excellent environment for building a career in science and technology.  The
Neutron Program for Materials Research (NPMR) is solidly funded by the
National Research Council (the primary Canadian agency for strategic R&D),
the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (which supports
university-based R&D) and by industry clients.  A 120 MW research reactor is
our medium-flux source of thermal neutrons, and is expected to operate until
a new neutron beam facility (Canadian Neutron Facility) is available.  The
conceptual design of the CNF includes a cold neutron source, guide hall and
a suite of 11 instruments in the initial project.  While we press for a
positive decision to fund the CNF, new instruments and methods are being
developed within the current program, to strengthen the neutron scattering
research community and extend the applications of neutron scattering to new
and exciting frontiers.  

We are searching for candidates with expertise in crystallography, powder
diffraction and Rietveld analysis, with an interest in teaching and
facilitating a wide variety of research projects that are undertaken by
visiting scientists and students at the NPMR.  The deadline for applications
is February 15, 2002.

See details at the following web sites: 

Job posting:            http://hr.nrc.ca:8080/hrb/jobpost.nsf/poste

*	Choose "Research Council Officer, SIMS (Chalk River Ontario)" 

Our program:            http://neutron.nrc.ca <http://neutron.nrc.ca>  
Our future:             http://www.cnf.gc.ca <http://www.cnf.gc.ca>   


John Root 
Program Leader 
Neutron Program for Materials Research 
National Research Council of Canada 
Chalk River Laboratories. 
Chalk River, Canada. 


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