Los Alamos National Laboratory is a multidisciplinary research institution engaged in science and engineering on behalf of national security. The Deputy Group Leader of Computational Physics and Methods Group (CCS-2) is a member of the Computer, Computational and Statistical Sciences (CCS) Division’s leadership team and supports the Group Leader in providing technical leadership and management. CCS Division is a vibrant scientific research and development organization that works in multiple mission areas of Los Alamos National Laboratory. The division is focused on impactful research and development in fundamental computer science, computational physics, algorithms, high-performance computing, statistics and applied mathematics. This position provides the opportunity to engage in many programs in both the open and secure science arenas.
Ph.D. in a physical science, mathematics or engineering field or equivalent combination of training and experience
Record of strong technical leadership culminating in tangible technical products, software or outcomes
Demonstrated experience (publications, presentations and professional affiliations) in physical science, mathematics or engineering fields related to work in CCS-2
Familiarity with code development or the use of computations in a scientific endeavor
Ability to obtain DOE Q clearance (usually requires U.S. citizenship)
Technical leadership experience in national security programs
Ability to create new technical projects and teams and to coach, mentor and lead staff to follow strategic vision
Experience with NNSA or DOE Office of Science programs
Experience conducting or supporting scientific endeavors involving national and international collaboration, including successful proposal writing and program development
Leadership experience with administrative, personnel, budget or programmatic business systems and procedures
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