Nuclear Physicist (P-4)

Страна: Австрия;

Город: Vienna

Добавлена: 28.09.2014

Работодатель: IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency

Тип: PhD position;

 

Main purpose

As a member of a team led by the Section Head, the Nuclear Physicist participates in and/or implements the project activities under the subprogramme on accelerators and nuclear instrumentation with a view to promoting and preserving strong regional and international cooperation, as well as responding to new and changing needs of Member States.

Role

The Nuclear Physicist is: (1) a planner and coordinator, who formulates, develops, organizes and implements the IAEA's activities on accelerators and nuclear instrumentation including related training and education; (2) a facilitator, who helps the Member States to establish cooperation among accelerator laboratories and nuclear education institutions, mainly in developing countries and main facilities and laboratories working on the application of accelerators; (3) a scientific secretary/technical expert, who plans and leads moderately complex Technical Meetings; (4) a technical and project officer, who evaluates moderately complex Technical Cooperation (TC) projects, and promotes, co-ordinates and evaluates moderately complex Research Projects (CRPs).

Partnerships

The Nuclear Physicist engages high level counterparts in Member States' institutions in programme planning and implementation to ensure effective transfer and sharing of technical know-how. He/she forges links with international initiatives, conferences and symposia, seeking synergies and international inputs on best practices, and interacts closely with accelerator laboratories under the IAEA Collaborating Center scheme.

Furthermore, the Nuclear Physicist works closely with appropriate technical departments within the IAEA, Member States' institutions and other relevant international organizations to ensure the effective implementation of nuclear installation activities.

Functions / Key Results Expected
  • Contribute to the planning, development and implementation of the IAEA's programme on accelerator applications and nuclear instrumentation.
  • Plan and lead Technical Meetings in installation uses, including proposing a subject, preparing the scope, selecting participants, co-ordinating the preparation of reports and documents.
  • Evaluate TC projects, develop action plans and plan, organize and participate in seminars, workshops, expert missions and training courses.
  • Promote, co-ordinate and evaluate moderately complex CRPs in Member States and conduct studies and assessments related to issues and trends.
  • Plan, organize and conduct training on accelerator and nuclear instrumentation related topics.
  • Plan and organize the Accelerator Applications symposium, technical meetings and the preparation of proceedings for publication.
  • Provide technical supervision for technical cooperation projects related to the utilization of accelerators and related instrumentation, which includes evaluating project proposals, fellowship proposals, progress reports and expert applications.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
  • In-depth knowledge of nuclear applications utilizing accelerators.
  • In-depth knowledge of nuclear instrumentation, in particular detector technology.
  • Strong analytical skills and demonstrated sound judgement in applying technical expertise in the utilization of accelerators and related instrumentation.
  • Knowledge of software for nuclear data acquisition and data analysis.
  • Knowledge of neutron and synchrotron based research and development.
  • Thorough knowledge of common approaches to various aspects of accelerators and related nuclear installations, instrumentation, as well as of international initiatives in the area.
  • Good planning and organizational skills and ability to promote and facilitate team and collaborative work.
  • Knowledge and practical experience in organizing and conducting scientific and technical meetings.
  • Good interpersonal skills, including the ability to operate effectively across organizational boundaries and the ability to establish and maintain effective partnerships and working relations in a multicultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.
  • Computer proficiency in the IAEA's standard software.
Education, Experience and Language Skills
  • PhD in nuclear physics or a closely related field.
  • A minimum of seven years of relevant research experience; preferably three years at international level and proven ability in working with international projects or multinational teams.
  • Up-to-date knowledge of and experience in particle accelerators of various energy ranges and their use in research and industry.
  • Profound knowledge of particle and radiation detectors and their use in research and industry.
  • Experience of working in a national/international nuclear organization or institute desirable.
  • Fluency in spoken and written English essential, including report writing and editing. Knowledge of French, Russian or Spanish desirable. Knowledge of other official IAEA languages (Arabic or Chinese) an asset.

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