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Requisition # 2022-15733
Date Posted 2 days ago(9/30/2022 12:30 PM)
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world. The Manager, Enterprise Risk and Process Improvement is the steward for risk-management processes and procedures at the Laboratory. The role reports to the Head of the Planning Assurance and Contract Management Department and coordinates with the Project Management Office and management system owners to ensure consistent approaches to institutional risks and project risks. The incumbent oversees the Laboratory’s Enterprise Risk and Process Improvement management system. They facilitate discussions and workshops to update and maintain the institutional risk registry and support line management in identifying, assessing, managing, and mitigating risks. Additionally, the role is responsible for seeking out opportunities to reduce risk and expand performance through collaborative process-improvement efforts across the Laboratory.
Department
PPPL Perf Assurnc &Cntrct Mgmt
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Research and Laboratory
Requisition # 2022-15525
Date Posted 2 days ago(9/30/2022 12:30 PM)
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world.
Department
PPPL Facilities
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Engineering
Requisition # 2022-15419
Date Posted 2 days ago(9/30/2022 12:30 PM)
The Field Coil Power Conversion (FCPC) Senior Electrical Technician supports the Power Conversion Engineer in the technical oversight for the FCPC (Field Coil Power Conversion) system operation, maintenance, and engineering upgrades, as well as in the direction and training of the relatively junior FCPC operating staff. The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world. 
Department
PPPL Engineering and Infrastrc
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Engineering
Requisition # 2022-15536
Date Posted 2 days ago(9/30/2022 12:28 PM)
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world. Under the direction of a supervisor, provides specialized security, fire protection, emergency medical care, and other protective services. Performs investigations and documents the results. Responsibilities of this position occur in all weather conditions and potential hazardous environments created by emergency situations. During emergency events, may be required to assume a position in the Incident Command System. Must maintain personal physical standards required to meet the potentially rigorous challenges of this position.
Department
PPPL ES&H
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Public Safety, Security, and Emergency Services
Requisition # 2022-15728
Date Posted 2 days ago(9/30/2022 12:02 PM)
The Web Application Developer will play a key role in the implementation and/or integration of platforms and systems required to support PPPL’s mission. The Web Application Developer will provide technical expertise to PPPL, build and manage PPPL applications, and support the implementation efforts for programmatic conversion of manually facilitated processes.The Web Application Developer will develop and maintain an infrastructure for interfacing between different data repository applications. This includes designing the overall system of applications and infrastructure needed, creating, and maintaining these systems, and automating these processes for long-term sustainability. As this developer will be working on public-facing systems, the successful candidate should possess excellent communication skills for discussion of features and implementation details with product stakeholders.
Department
PPPL Information Technology
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2022-15726
Date Posted 2 days ago(9/30/2022 11:55 AM)
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world. The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) has an opening for an OnBase Developer within its Information Technology Department. Reporting to the Application Development Team Lead, the successful candidate is responsible for designing, developing, and supporting OnBase applications to fulfil the business functions of the Laboratory. The successful candidate will work closely with customers to define requirements and troubleshoot issues as they arise. Strong verbal and written communication are essential.
Department
PPPL Information Technology
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Information Technology
Requisition # 2022-15725
Date Posted 2 days ago(9/30/2022 11:35 AM)
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world. The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory would like to fill a Staff Research Physicist role within the Plasma Science & Technology and Tokamak Experimental Science Departments. This role will be dual in nature and time will be split between FLARE (50%) and WEST (50%) projects. The Staff Research Physicist will be working with other physicists, engineers, technicians, and graduate students to operate the new FLARE (Facility for Laboratory Reconnection Experiments, https://flare.pppl.gov) device towards to collaborative research facility and perform experimental research on magnetic reconnection and related topics on it. Close collaborations and interactions with physicists with a broad range of backgrounds are required. Before FLARE is operational, the candidate will perform research on reconnection-related experiments on the existing MRX (Magnetic Reconnection Experiment) and DIII-D Tokamak. The Staff Research Physicist will also collaborate on experiments at WEST Tokamak in the south of France (Cadarache Provence). WEST is designed to investigate steady state operation in a tungsten environment in support of ITER research goals. This facet of the research explores the effects of low-Z impurities on confinement and stability, specifically within a tungsten wall environment.
Department
PPPL Plasma Science and Techno
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Research and Laboratory
Requisition # 2022-14508
Date Posted 5 days ago(9/27/2022 5:15 PM)
In this role you would serve as a Software Engineer supporting research analysis of experimental systems data. This data is the result of the experimental operation of a flagship fusion device used to study the same phenomena that powers the sun and stars. This work provides a great opportunity to participate in the development of nuclear fusion as a future energy source to power the modern world. The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world.
Department
PPPL Engineering and Infrastrc
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Engineering
Requisition # 2022-14820
Date Posted 5 days ago(9/27/2022 1:04 PM)
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world. The successful candidate will conduct research in the area of plasma boundary physics, primarily focused either on experiments or modeling, and aimed at supporting power exhaust and plasma-facing component (PFC) design for fusion devices, using liquid metal PFCs. The candidate will lead experiments to validate techniques for the delivery of lithium vapor to fusion-relevant plasmas or will perform numerical modeling of lithium vapor box divertors for fusion devices. The candidate will be based onsite in Princeton NJ; occasional travel to support collaborative research on offsite facilities may be required.
Department
PPPL Tokamak Expermntl Science
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Research and Laboratory
Requisition # 2022-15125
Date Posted 5 days ago(9/27/2022 11:07 AM)
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world. The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory has postdoctoral positions open in the area of computational plasma physics, to play key roles in the development and application of the Gkeyll code for fusion energy applications. Gkeyll uses advanced discontinuous Galerkin algorithms to simulate plasmas with various levels of fidelity, including gyrokinetic simulations of plasma turbulence, which is important for determining the performance of a fusion power plant. We seek energetic applicants who want to be at the forefront of high-performance computing with applications to fusion energy. These positions will support work for a Laboratory Directed R&D project, a DOE Distinguished Scientist Award, and a DOE Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing (SciDAC) project.
Department
PPPL Computational Science
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Research and Laboratory
Requisition # 2022-15124
Date Posted 5 days ago(9/27/2022 11:06 AM)
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world. The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory has postdoctoral positions open in the area of computational plasma physics, to play key roles in the development and application of the Gkeyll code for fusion energy applications. Gkeyll uses advanced discontinuous Galerkin algorithms to simulate plasmas with various levels of fidelity, including gyrokinetic simulations of plasma turbulence, which is important for determining the performance of a fusion power plant. We seek energetic applicants who want to be at the forefront of high-performance computing with applications to fusion energy. These positions will support work for a Laboratory Directed R&D project, a DOE Distinguished Scientist Award, and a DOE Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing (SciDAC) project.
Department
PPPL Computational Science
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Research and Laboratory
Requisition # 2022-15638
Date Posted 5 days ago(9/27/2022 9:42 AM)
The Construction Project Manager (PM) is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, implementation, execution, control, and completion of facility infrastructure projects (such utility upgrades, building skin upgrades, lab fit outs, and office upgrades), ensuring consistency with organizational strategy, commitments, and goals. This includes acquiring resources and coordinating the efforts of team members and third-party resources (such as architects, engineers, and consultants) in order to deliver projects according to plan. The Construction PM is expected to frequently engage with end user(s), PPPL, and DOE stakeholders to ensure timely and accurate awareness of project status and performance. The Construction PM manages the full life cycle of assigned projects and assures that these projects are completed in accordance with PPPL and DOE policies, programs and procedures. The PM will provide expertise associated with their technical field to the Facilities and Site Services department contributing to departmental planning and daily operations. The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world.
Department
PPPL Facilities
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Facilities Management and Physical Plant
Requisition # 2022-15568
Date Posted 6 days ago(9/26/2022 2:59 PM)
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world. Dr. Robert A. Ellis, Jr. was born in 1927. He received his bachelor's degree in 1948 from Fisk University - a highly ranked historically black university, and received his master's degree in physics from Yale University in 1949. After receiving his master's degree, Dr. Ellis taught at Tennessee Agricultural and Industrial (A&I), later known as Tennessee State University - a historically black land-grant public university. He then went to earn his doctorate at the University of Iowa. In 1956, Dr. Ellis joined Project Matterhorn - a small group headed by Lyman Spitzer Jr. at Princeton University working on controlled fusion. Project Matterhorn would later become the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL). Dr. Ellis became a key member of the team studying the magnetic confinement and heating of plasma in stellarators and in 1988 he was appointed head of experimental projects at PPPL. During his later years, he devoted much of his time to furthering international collaboration in science. He served as foreign secretary of the Advisory Committee on the USSR and Eastern Europe of the National Academy of Science, a member of the Science Advisory Committee for the NASA Research Laboratories, and head of the physics section of the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna. In 1984, he became the U.S. representative to the Commission on Plasma Physics of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics. Dr. Ellis was a pioneer in modern experimental plasma physics until his death on December 15, 1989. To his colleagues he is best known for his ability to come up with relevant information on almost any topic, and above all, his flashing wit. He also had a deep and gentle understanding of people-their hopes and ambitions, their motivations and frustrations.From NSBP honors (February 2020) and Physics Today (March 1991).
Department
PPPL Office of the Director
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Research and Laboratory
Requisition # 2022-15356
Date Posted 6 days ago(9/26/2022 2:22 PM)
The Performance Assurance Documentation Specialist will be an integral member of the Planning, Assurance, and Contract Management (PACM) Department with a focus on analyzing, assessing, editing, organizing, and generating content related to institutional performance, process, and strategy. This position is heavy in technical documentation and writing. Will be editing, formatting, and providing support to the development of high-quality technical documents from planning and coordination through delivery of final drafts. Will be providing expertise and support to manage simultaneous and high profile projects.  The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Off ice of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world. 
Department
PPPL Perf Assurnc &Cntrct Mgmt
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Research and Laboratory
Requisition # 2022-15569
Date Posted 6 days ago(9/26/2022 8:40 AM)
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world. The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) seeks exceptional postdoctoral (post-doc) researchers with demonstrated leadership potential to play a major role in opening new research direction(s) for PPPL. This postdoctoral research opportunity offers early-career science, technology, engineering, computation, and applied mathematics professionals the opportunity to conduct impactful research at a world-leading research institution. The successful candidate will propose in their job application cover letter a succinct research plan spanning two (minimum) to three (maximum) years in duration that encompasses one or more topics supporting the scientific and research diversification goals of PPPL, including but not limited to:- Understanding spherical torus plasma regimes for reduced-cost fusion.- Advancing optimized stellarators and exploiting 3D-fields to improve tokamaks.- Developing liquid metal walls to increase energy confinement and mitigate heat fluxes.- Developing validated whole device models for ITER and next-steps including Pilot Plants exploiting machine learning, artificial intelligence, and high-performance computing.- Developing innovative diagnostics, technologies, and engineering for next-step devices.- Developing superconducting magnet technologies for reduced-cost fusion devices.- Optimizing plasma edge composition to improve fusion performance.- Developing new scientific discoveries and applications of low temperature plasmas.- Advancing nanofabrication for microelectronics and quantum information science.- Initiating PPPL sustainability science (e.g., electro-manufacturing, solar geoengineering).- Understanding fundamental plasma processes: magnetic reconnection, shocks, turbulence, and dynamos.- Advancing multi-messenger astronomy via simulation tools for highly relativistic plasmas.- Increasing understanding of high-energy density plasma processes.The successful candidate will work with researchers at PPPL and may also propose to join one or more of the wide range of domestic and international scientific collaborations PPPL scientists participate in. APPLICATION DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 18, 2022, 5:00 PM
Department
PPPL Office of the Director
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Research and Laboratory
Requisition # 2022-15674
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(9/21/2022 4:24 PM)
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world. Job Purpose: - Using visual and physical examinations performs inspections (mechanical/weld) and surveillances of in-process inspections, and receipt inspections, mechanical installations to detect any defects, and to assure conformance with drawings, specifications, standards, and codes.- Assure PPPL weld process compliance with codes (e.g., ASME, AWS, IEEE, NFPA), specifications, drawings, procedures, and the PPPL Weld program.- Perform and witness acceptance testing and inspections of systems, structures, and components equipment at remote supplier facilities and at PPPL on-site locations.- Individual will follow all applicable PPPL safety regulations and PPPL procedures.
Department
PPPL Quality and Assurance
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Research and Laboratory
Requisition # 2022-15527
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(9/21/2022 2:24 PM)
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) is seeking a postdoctoral fellow in the area of boundary physics. Join a dynamic team of scientists with diverse expertise, working to advance understanding, and develop new approaches for the problem of core-edge integration in tokamak reactors! In collaboration with scientists from multiple institutions (PPPL, ORNL, MIT, Commonwealth Fusion Systems), this position will conduct computational research aimed at developing a code to predict 3D power deposition on plasma-facing components and will apply it to study the impact of 3D structures on high-field fusion devices. The candidate will be based out of Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory in Princeton, NJ, but be expected to travel and spend extended time in San Diego, CA during the first year, working with colleagues from ORNL at DIII-D General Atomics.  The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world.
Department
PPPL Tokamak Expermntl Science
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Research and Laboratory
Requisition # 2022-15432
Date Posted 2 weeks ago(9/16/2022 12:53 PM)
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world. The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) seeks to fill a physics or engineering position to develop new tools for systems analysis and design of magnetic fusion pilot plants. New routines and approaches will be required for the multi-fidelity modeling of plasma physics phenomena and engineering systems, as well as new frameworks for integrating them. This will require developing and applying a broad understanding of the design of a pilot plant including the machine core, magnet systems, materials, tritium breeding blankets, auxiliary heating systems, nuclear safety and licensing, balance of plant, and remote maintenance. This position will consider a focus on both tokamak and stellarator configurations. Part of the responsibilities will include developing and maintaining equilibrium solvers required for designing discharges in both current and future tokamaks. The purpose of this job is to develop and expand tools required for design and evaluation of fusion pilot plants based on either or both tokamak and stellarator configurations.
Department
PPPL Advanced Projects
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Research and Laboratory
Requisition # 2022-14817
Date Posted 3 weeks ago(9/14/2022 8:38 AM)
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world. At this rank, staff members have full technical responsibility for interpreting, organizing, executing and coordinating assignments, and for planning and developing projects concerned with unique or controversial problems which have an important effect on major Laboratory programs. This involves in depth exploration of the subject area, definition of scope, selection of problems for investigations and development of concepts and approaches. Additionally, they initiate and maintain extensive contacts with key engineers and scientists in other areas of the Laboratory and in other organizations and skillfully negotiate critical issues.
Department
PPPL Engineering and Infrastrc
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Engineering
Requisition # 2021-13416
Date Posted 3 weeks ago(9/13/2022 10:17 AM)
PPPL’s Engineering Design Group is a multidisciplinary team focused on developing the engineering designs for and advancing the state-of-the-art for magnetic confinement plasma physics research devices around the world. We specialize in high-field magnets, diagnostics, and plasma facing components for nuclear fusion experiments at PPPL and collaborator facilities world-wide. The core competencies of the Design Group include the design and implementation of; high vacuum components and systems, high heat flux components, coupled electro-mechanical systems in high EM flux environments, material science, metrology, and in-vacuum motion devices. The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion energy. The Laboratory advances the fields of fusion energy and plasma physics research to develop the scientific understanding and key innovations needed to realize fusion as an energy source for the world.
Department
PPPL Engineering and Infrastrc
Job Type
Full-Time
Category
Engineering

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