Experience: 5 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Location: Twinsburg, Ohio, United States
An opportunity for a Research & Development (R&D) Physicist is available, working as part of multidisciplinary product development teams.
Members of Reuter Stokes multidisciplinary teams apply experimental and computational methods to the development of new products for energy and security industries.
The successful candidate will:
- Work as an integral member of a multidisciplinary NPI team.
- Develop, set-up, and conduct experiments/tests on prototype systems.
- Document work products in written form, e.g. technical notes, design specifications, journal publications
- Present work achievements to the team, and when appropriate to the scientific community at technical conferences
- Provide engineering/physics support for all existing Reuter-Stokes' product lines
The successful candidate will demonstrate:
- Ability to solve problems of interest, exercising personal initiative to guide your own and others' efforts
- Contribute to one or more of the related tasks: leading experimental design and analysis, coordinate with model development efforts, data evaluation, and test validation
- Ability to work independently
- Develop and demonstrate generalist capabilities in solving problems
- Work with a wide variety of colleagues with varying backgrounds across Reuter Stokes and Baker Hughes on research covering multiple physics areas in order to solve difficult problems
- Strong problem-solving and technical skills and the ability to contribute in multi-discipline engineering teams
- Good communication, organizational and interpersonal skills to report and present material
- Highly developed interpersonal and influencing skills (across the organizational levels)
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor Degree in Physics.
- 5 to 10 years of technical work experience or a combination of Masters degree and work experience.
- Technical experience in nuclear physics, solid state physics, optics, radiation detection is highly desirable.
- Master Degree in Pysics
- Experience and success with basic and applied research to support new product development
- Experience conducting experiments and analyzing results
- Excellent data driven analytical skills
- Knowledge and experience relative to uncertainty and/or risk analysis
- Excellent judgment and decision making ability
- Understanding and experience with computational modelling tools such as COMSOL, MCNP, GEANT4, Zemax
- History of technical contributions to one or more of the following fields:
- Nuclear physics
- Solid state physics
- Particle physics
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