AIF Postdoctoral Position
The AIF is now seeking exceptional candidates for a postdoctoral position in quantitative imaging and spectroscopy at the atomic scale using aberration corrected scanning transmission electron microscopy. The position is in cooperation with the LeBeau research group in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Details of the position are at https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/59664.
RTNN Manager, Project Scientist and Process Engineer Positions
The Research Triangle Nanotechnology Network (RTNN), an NSF-supported collaborative project between NC State, Duke, and UNC-CH, is now seeking exceptional candidates for Program Manager and Project Scientist staff positions on our team. Details and web links are below. A third position (Process Engineer) is awaiting approval and will be announced soon.
RTNN Manager: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/59833
The RTNN Manager will oversee user projects within diverse nanofabrication and characterization facilities, will communicate with internal and external stakeholders, will develop and execute education and workforce training programs, and will manage multiple other aspects of the RTNN project including the collection of performance metrics data and authoring reports for the National Science Foundation. The Manager be the first point of contact for internal and external stakeholders (including users) seeking access, support, and information on facilities, equipment, and expertise of the RTNN.
RTNN Project Scientist: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/59731
The RTNN Project Scientist will execute research projects for external users, develop new instrumentation and capabilities, and assist in education and outreach activities. The Project Scientist will perform work within facilities including (but not exclusively) at the Department of Textile Engineering, Chemistry, and Science (TECS), Zeiss Textile Extension Service, and the Analytical Instrumentation Facility (AIF). In collaboration with faculty, the Project Scientist will develop new processes and techniques within TECS. The Project Scientist will assist in the creation, planning, and coordination of workforce training and events and will mentor graduate students who are working with the network in this capacity. The Project Scientist will also represent the network by giving lectures on specific processes and techniques to internal and external audiences.