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At Idaho National Laboratory, we envision a global impact through leadership in technology research, development, demonstration and deployment in nuclear energy, critical infrastructure protection and clean energy.

We have a mission to advance nuclear and other clean energy technologies while ensuring the security of critical infrastructure through scientific discovery and technology innovation.

Idaho National Laboratory hires a wide variety of talented people to support our vision and mission. Come and join our cutting edge team and help energize the future.

Job Information

Idaho National Laboratory University/College Internships - Application for 2016 Fall/Winter and 2017 Spring/Summer

Work Location: Idaho Falls and/or Site Facilities (approximately 50 miles west of Idaho Falls)

Note: You must complete this application in one sitting, you will not have the opportunity to save a draft to submit at a later time. Please have the following information ready before you begin:

  • Single document file that can be uploaded containing your resume, current unofficial transcripts and class schedule for any classes you are enrolled in that are not listed in your transcripts.
  • A paragraph describing how an INL internship aligns with your goals and interests.
  • Plan at least 1 hour of uninterrupted time to complete the application.
  • Internet Explorer is the recommended web browser for this application.

The Opportunity:

Internships at Idaho National Laboratory

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) hosts over 300 undergraduate and graduate students each year to support INL's mission. Opportunities for interns at INL range from nuclear engineering to cybersecurity and include non-scientific positions in various operations and business disciplines.

Join INL's team and have an exceptional educational experience in a real-world work environment. INL offers a unique opportunity to learn, collaborate, innovate and conduct research with top researchers and professionals in the following areas:

Nuclear Energy - INL's Science-based approach to nuclear energy research yields technically achievable, economically competitive and environmentally sustainable options for the entire nuclear energy enterprise. Some programs include; advanced nuclear fuels, nuclear reactor systems, modeling and simulation, safety and risk assessment, materials and fuels management for nuclear technologies, advanced test reactor experiments and space power systems.

Energy and Environment - INL delivers advancements in testing and engineering of energy systems, transportation systems, advanced manufacturing for industrial competitiveness, and sustainable safeguards for the environment during energy recovery. We are the national leader in the development of hybrid energy systems integration concepts and recognized for electric vehicle system diagnostic and testing. Our biomass research is advancing technical and economic feasibility of the U.S. commodity-based bioenergy industry.

National and Homeland Security - INL's isolated site, test bed infrastructure, and applied-science focus make it a major center for national security technology development and demonstration. INL's National and Homeland Security programs protect nuclear material from proliferation, advance the nation's war fighters, address secure communications channels for first responders and improve the security and reliance of critical infrastructure and cyber security.

 

The Deliverables:

Interns will spend the first week of their assignment working with their mentor to outline their work scope and attending safety briefings and onboarding courses. For the next several weeks, the mentor will provide considerable program assistance and guidance to the intern. In addition to regular activities, interns are invited to attend weekly seminars, tours and community events in order to assist with career development. The intern is expected to submit a final project, which can be completed through a variety of mediums - a traditional poster, electronic presentation or video, model, etc.

 

The Process:

Through this single application process, you are considered for all internship projects that align with your responses. Mentors will make direct contact with students who meet their project qualifications and they will share the specific details of the project at that time. On average, INL plans for approximately 300 internships each year. Most internships provide flexibility with start and end dates to account for varying university term schedules. We encourage early applications to increase the number of opportunities available to you.

 

The Projects:

Internship projects will focus on advancing technology and business in the following areas of importance to INL's " Mission and Vision". Click the linked titles below to learn more about the exciting work performed at INL. While completing your application, you will have the opportunity to select which of these work categories are of greatest interests to you.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Technology (Systems Engineering, Materials Engineering, Biology, and Chemical Engineering, Analytical Chemistry, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering)
  • Advanced Transportation Technology (Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Chemical Engineering, Energy Engineering)
  • Business, Operations and Administration Functions (Accounting, Finance, HR, Legal, Audit, Business Management, IT, Communications, Liberal Arts)
  • Clean Energy Technology and Integration (Nuclear, Renewable, Intelligent Systems, Hybrid Energy, Economic Analysis)
  • Cyber Security (Electrical Engineering, Computer Science for Network Security, Digital Industrial, Embedded Control, Threat Analysis, Intelligent Controls)
  • Electrical Grid Protection (Physical and Cyber: Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science for Resilience, Industrial Control, Critical Infrastructure, Security)
  • Energy Technologies and Environment Sustainability (Geology, Environmental Engineering, Anthropology, Earth & Life Sciences, Materials, Chemistry, Biology, Industrial/Systems Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering)
  • Environmental Safety and Health (Environmental Engineering, Safety Engineering, Fire Protection Engineering, Quality Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Health Physics)
  • General Engineering (Manufacturing, Industrial, Mechanical, Electrical, Weld Engineering for Prototype Shop, Fabrication and Welding, Drafting Design, Project/Construction Engineering)
  • High Performance Computing - Modeling and Simulation (Computational Sciences for Materials, Structural, Seismic, Chemical, Fluid Dynamics, Nuclear, Physics, Engineering)
  • Nuclear Facilities Engineering, Maintenance and Operations (Environmental Engineering, Safety Engineering, Facility Engineering including Upgrades, Design, Mechanical, Electrical)
  • Nuclear Fuels and Materials (Nuclear Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil/Structural Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering)
  • Nuclear Materials Recycling and Waste Management (Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Radiochemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Metallurgical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Geology)
  • Nuclear Nonproliferation (Nuclear Engineering, Analytical Chemistry, Materials Science & Engineering, Chemical Engineering Forensics, Public/International Policy, Geology)
  • Nuclear Power Plant Safety Systems (Electrical Engineering, Human Factors, Statistics, Computer Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Psychology)
  • Nuclear Reactor Designs (Physics , Nuclear and Mechanical Engineering for Methods Development, Modular Reactors, Life Extension of Current Plants, Future Reactor Design & Construction, Space Technology)
  • Wireless Technologies (Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science for Network, Encryption, Signal Propagation, Vulnerabilities)

 

Required Qualifications:

All Internship Candidates Must:

  • Have the ability to pass a background check
  • Possess a minimum overall 3.0 Grade Point Average (GPA)
  • Complete this application, which is used to place students based on their academic interests, coursework, knowledge and communication skills
  • Applicants who are not U.S. Citizens must have the ability to obtain U.S. work authorization

College/University Internships:

  • Enrolled full time student status at an accredited college or university (Undergraduate, Masters,  PhD)

Community College and Professional/Technical 2 Year Program Internship Candidates Must:

  • Be enrolled full time student status at an accredited professional/technical two- year community college program

Note: Many INL community college interns are hired through the U.S. Department of Energy's Community College Internship Program. We recommend you also apply to DOE's Internship Program at http://science.energy.gov/wdts/cci/

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Helpful Tips to Prepare You for Your INL Internship Application:

You will need to upload a single PDF file during the application that includes the following information:

  1. Current resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  2. Unofficial Transcripts (include current and completed degree programs)
  3. Current class schedule and number of credits

Note: Applications that do not contain this single PDF file are considered incomplete and will not receive consideration.

Recommendations:

  • Work with your career center to develop a resume or CV that is functional (this is your opportunity for a first impression)
  • Review the INL website and learn more about our business and research programs and how they could enrich your degree plan https://www.inl.gov/
  • Ask your professors if they have collaborated on INL research programs and seek their permission to list them as a reference
  • Review the INL University Partnerships web site for valuable information on our internship programs https://www.inl.gov/inl-initiatives/education/

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

If you need additional information, please contact one of our internship programs specialists:

Ali Josephson (ali.josephson@inl.gov)

Myken Johnson (myken.johnson@inl.gov)

Thomas Steele (thomas.steele@inl.gov)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Open Date: 9/6/2016
Close Date: 3/30/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Responsibilities

Job Information

Idaho National Laboratory High School Internships - Application for Summer 2017

Work Location: Idaho Falls and/or Site Facilities. Students must be willing and able to travel to work locations (approximately 50 miles west of Idaho Falls).

The Opportunity:

The Idaho National Laboratory (INL) offers opportunities for high school students to team up with scientific and technical experts through paid internships to inspire the next generation of scientists, engineers and technicians. The student will participate in the High School Internship Program for up to 10 weeks. Normally these internships occur during the summer months. Students are immersed in  research or applied project and provided opportunities to learn and apply science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) concepts that reinforce and go beyond typical high school curriculum. Students gain confidence-building opportunities that deepen their knowledge and strengthen their career interests in STEM fields.

Join INL's team and have an exceptional educational experience in a real-world work environment. INL offers a unique opportunity to learn, collaborate, innovate and conduct research with top researchers and professionals in the following areas:

Energy and Environment - INL delivers advancements in testing and engineering of energy systems, transportation systems, advanced manufacturing for industrial competitiveness, and sustainable safeguards for the environment during energy recovery. We are the national leader in the development of hybrid energy systems integration concepts and recognized for electric vehicle system diagnostic and testing. Our biomass research is advancing technical and economic feasibility of the U.S. commodity-based bioenergy industry.

National and Homeland Security - INL's isolated site, test bed infrastructure, and applied-science focus make it a major center for national security technology development and demonstration. INL's National and Homeland Security programs protect nuclear material from proliferation, advance the nation's war fighters, address secure communications channels for first responders and improve the security and reliance of critical infrastructure and cyber security.

Nuclear Energy - INL's Science-based approach to nuclear energy research yields technically achievable, economically competitive and environmentally sustainable options for the entire nuclear energy enterprise. Some programs include; advanced nuclear fuels, nuclear reactor systems, modeling and simulation, safety and risk assessment, materials and fuels management for nuclear technologies, advanced test reactor experiments and space power systems.

The Deliverables:

Interns will spend the first week of their assignment working with their mentor to outline their work scope and attending safety briefings and onboarding courses. During the following weeks, the mentor will provide considerable program assistance and guidance to the intern. In addition to regular activities, interns are invited to attend weekly seminars, tours and community events in order to assist with career development. The intern is expected to submit a final project, which they may develop and create through a variety of mediums - a traditional poster, electronic presentation or video.

The Process:

Through this single application process, you are considered for all high school internship projects that align with your responses. Mentors will make direct contact with students who meet their project qualifications and they will share the specific details of the project at that time. We encourage early applications to increase the number of opportunities available to you.

All Internship Candidates Must:

  • Have the ability to pass a background check
  • Possess a minimum overall 3.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) in math and science courses
  • Complete this application, which is used to place students based on their academic interests, coursework, knowledge and communication skills
  • Must be a minimum of 16 years of age at start of internship
  • Preference will be provided to graduating seniors or students entering their senior year
  • Enrolled in an accredited K12 High School Program
  • Considered in good academic standing

Recommendations:

  • Work with your academic advisor to develop a resume that is functional (this is your opportunity for a first impression)
  • Review the INL website and learn more about our business https://www.inl.gov/
  • Seek teachers permission to list them as a reference
  • Review the INL University Partnerships web site for valuable information on our internship programs https://www.inl.gov/inl-initiatives/education/

If you need additional information, please contact one of our high school internship program specialists:

K-12 representative - Brenda Greenhalgh (brenda.greenhalgh@inl.gov) 208-526-9399

Internship specialist - Myken Johnson (myken.johnson@inl.gov) 208-526-1585


Open Date: 10/12/2016
Close Date: 3/30/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Responsibilities

Job Information

INL Co-op Internships University/College - Application for 2017 Winter and Spring/Summer

Work Location: Idaho Falls and/or Site Facilities (approximately 50 miles west of Idaho Falls)

Note: You must complete this application in one sitting, you will not have the opportunity to save a draft to submit at a later time. Please have the following information ready before you begin:

  • Single document file that can be uploaded containing your resume, current unofficial transcripts and class schedule for any classes you are enrolled in that are not listed in your transcripts.
  • A paragraph describing how an INL co-op internship aligns with your goals and interests.
  • Plan at least 1 hour of uninterrupted time to complete the application.
  • Internet Explorer is the recommended web browser for this application.

The Opportunity:

Co-op Internships at Idaho National Laboratory

Co-op internships are conducted in partnership with individual schools that have formal co-op programs that allow students to take time off during the academic year to gain work experience. These co-op internships typically run 3-5 months during the academic term and may include adjacent summer term. Students must be enrolled in their school's official co-op program to participate.

If a student's university does not have a formal co-op program, the student is encouraged to apply to the INL University/College Internships- Application for 2016 Fall/Winter and 2017 Spring/Summer posting #10078.

INL hosts over 300 undergraduate and graduate students each year to support INL's mission. Opportunities for interns at INL range from nuclear engineering to cybersecurity and include non-scientific positions in various operations and business disciplines.

Join INL's team and have an exceptional educational experience in a real-world work environment. INL offers a unique opportunity to learn, collaborate, innovate and conduct research with top researchers and professionals in the following areas:

Nuclear Energy - INL's Science-based approach to nuclear energy research yields technically achievable, economically competitive and environmentally sustainable options for the entire nuclear energy enterprise. Some programs include; advanced nuclear fuels, nuclear reactor systems, modeling and simulation, safety and risk assessment, materials and fuels management for nuclear technologies, advanced test reactor experiments and space power systems.

Energy and Environment - INL delivers advancements in testing and engineering of energy systems, transportation systems, advanced manufacturing for industrial competitiveness, and sustainable safeguards for the environment during energy recovery. We are the national leader in the development of hybrid energy systems integration concepts and recognized for electric vehicle system diagnostic and testing. Our biomass research is advancing technical and economic feasibility of the U.S. commodity-based bioenergy industry.

National and Homeland Security - INL's isolated site, test bed infrastructure, and applied-science focus make it a major center for national security technology development and demonstration. INL's National and Homeland Security programs protect nuclear material from proliferation, advance the nation's war fighters, address secure communications channels for first responders and improve the security and reliance of critical infrastructure and cyber security.

 

The Deliverables:

Co-op interns will spend the first week of their assignment working with their mentor to outline their work scope and attending safety briefings and onboarding courses. For the next several weeks, the mentor will provide considerable program assistance and guidance to the intern. In addition to regular activities, interns are invited to attend weekly seminars, tours and community events in order to assist with career development. The intern is expected to submit a final project, which can be completed through a variety of mediums - a traditional poster, electronic presentation or video, model, etc.

 

The Process:

Through this single application process, you are considered for all co-op internship projects that align with your responses. Mentors will make direct contact with students who meet their project qualifications and they will share the specific details of the project at that time. On average, INL plans for approximately 300 internships each year. Most internships provide flexibility with start and end dates to account for varying university term schedules. We encourage early applications to increase the number of opportunities available to you.

 

The Projects:

Co-op internship projects will focus on advancing technology and business in the following areas of importance to INL's " Mission and Vision". Click the linked titles below to learn more about the exciting work performed at INL. While completing your application, you will have the opportunity to select which of these work categories are of greatest interests to you.

  • Advanced Manufacturing Technology (Systems Engineering, Materials Engineering, Biology, and Chemical Engineering, Analytical Chemistry, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering)
  • Advanced Transportation Technology (Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Chemical Engineering, Energy Engineering)
  • Business, Operations and Administration Functions (Accounting, Finance, HR, Legal, Audit, Business Management, IT, Communications, Liberal Arts)
  • Clean Energy Technology and Integration (Nuclear, Renewable, Intelligent Systems, Hybrid Energy, Economic Analysis)
  • Cyber Security (Electrical Engineering, Computer Science for Network Security, Digital Industrial, Embedded Control, Threat Analysis, Intelligent Controls)
  • Electrical Grid Protection (Physical and Cyber: Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science for Resilience, Industrial Control, Critical Infrastructure, Security)
  • Energy Technologies and Environment Sustainability (Geology, Environmental Engineering, Anthropology, Earth & Life Sciences, Materials, Chemistry, Biology, Industrial/Systems Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering)
  • Environmental Safety and Health (Environmental Engineering, Safety Engineering, Fire Protection Engineering, Quality Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Health Physics)
  • General Engineering (Manufacturing, Industrial, Mechanical, Electrical, Weld Engineering for Prototype Shop, Fabrication and Welding, Drafting Design, Project/Construction Engineering)
  • High Performance Computing - Modeling and Simulation (Computational Sciences for Materials, Structural, Seismic, Chemical, Fluid Dynamics, Nuclear, Physics, Engineering)
  • Nuclear Facilities Engineering, Maintenance and Operations (Environmental Engineering, Safety Engineering, Facility Engineering including Upgrades, Design, Mechanical, Electrical)
  • Nuclear Fuels and Materials (Nuclear Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil/Structural Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering)
  • Nuclear Materials Recycling and Waste Management (Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Radiochemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Metallurgical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Geology)
  • Nuclear Nonproliferation (Nuclear Engineering, Analytical Chemistry, Materials Science & Engineering, Chemical Engineering Forensics, Public/International Policy, Geology)
  • Nuclear Power Plant Safety Systems (Electrical Engineering, Human Factors, Statistics, Computer Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Psychology)
  • Nuclear Reactor Designs (Physics , Nuclear and Mechanical Engineering for Methods Development, Modular Reactors, Life Extension of Current Plants, Future Reactor Design & Construction, Space Technology)
  • Wireless Technologies (Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science for Network, Encryption, Signal Propagation, Vulnerabilities)

 

Required Qualifications:

All Internship Candidates Must:

  • Must provide documentation that student's school has an official co-op program and they are eligible to participate
  • Enrolled full time student status at an accredited college or university (Undergraduate, Masters, PhD)
  • Have the ability to pass a background check
  • Possess a minimum overall 3.0 Grade Point Average (GPA)
  • Complete this application, which is used to place students based on their academic interests, coursework, knowledge and communication skills
  • Applicants who are not U.S. Citizens must have the ability to obtain U.S. work authorization

 

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Recommendations:

  • Work with your career center to develop a resume or CV that is functional (this is your opportunity for a first impression)
  • Review the INL website and learn more about our business and research programs and how they could enrich your degree plan https://www.inl.gov/
  • Ask your professors if they have collaborated on INL research programs and seek their permission to list them as a reference
  • Review the INL University Partnerships web site for valuable information on our internship programs https://www.inl.gov/inl-initiatives/education/

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

If you need additional information on co-ops, please contact one of our internship programs specialists:

Ali Josephson (ali.josephson@inl.gov)

Myken Johnson (myken.johnson@inl.gov)

Thomas Steele (thomas.steele@inl.gov)

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Open Date: 12/12/2016
Close Date: 3/30/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Responsibilities

Job Information

Job Title:  Cyber Security Researcher (SE0100/SE0200)
Org:  Cyber Security R&D
Contact:  Stephanie Cecil, Stephanie.Cecil@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID
Position Description Number:  10305/19339

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Open Date: 1/3/2017
Close Date: 2/28/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Securing the Nation Bit by Byte and Addressing the Threats of Tomorrow, Today

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking a Cyber Security Researcher. This position will support National and Homeland Security, Cyber Security Research Department with engineering, reverse engineering, development and maintenance of custom code used to analyze security vulnerabilities in specialized systems and proprietary protocols. Participates in support of operations and personnel at government and WFO locations, conducts research, monitoring and analysis of current and emerging threats directed at network infrastructure targets from both internal and external sources. Understands and documents topologies for intricate security relationships, and makes security architecture recommendations that will improve security programs/posture.
 

Participates in the development and maintenance of custom code used to analyze network traffic and proprietary protocols, develops attack and defense methodology and code on high risk computer networks. Develops technical solutions for information operations and analysis related to national security topics, intrusion analysis, systems and vulnerabilities, network security, advanced analytic tools and data visualization techniques. Works with peers and mentors/develops as a junior engineers to identify security issues of existing platforms and applications.


Develops algorithms and methods for detecting and preventing network attacks. Develops and maintains code used to find weaknesses in systems and to verify patch effectiveness. Assists and/or conducts penetration testing and vulnerability assessments. Performs analysis and/or reverse engineering of suspect source code. Writes scripts and develops software utilities to automate security analysis efforts. Works with customers as part of a team to develop requirements, produce/test code, and provide necessary documentation. Participates in project teams to produce proposals for new work including joint projects with industry. Provides a positive and effective customer interface. Effective communication skills (verbal, written) are also required. Participates in the development of significant new concepts or novel approached to Cyber Security.


Job Information

Job Title:  Malware Cyber Security Researcher (SE01/SE02/SE03)
Org:  Cyber Security R&D
Contact:  Stephanie Cecil, Stephanie.Cecil@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID
Position Description Number:  10308/10838

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Open Date: 1/3/2017
Close Date: 2/28/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking applicants for  a Malware and Cyber Security Research Engineer. This position analyzes (reverse engineer) anomalous / malicious software. Determines mitigation techniques, works with others to provide assistance and technical solutions for defensive resolution. Determines, assists others in determining incident response actions. Organizes and participates in the development and maintenance of custom code used to analyze network traffic and proprietary protocols, develops attack and defense methodology and code on high risk computer networks. Responsible for developing technical solutions for information operations and analysis related to national security topics intrusion analysis, malware, systems and vulnerabilities, network security, advanced analytic tools and data visualization techniques.

Responsible for working with peers and senior engineers to identify security issues of existing platforms and applications. Develops algorithms and methods for detecting and preventing network attacks. Develops and maintains code used to find weaknesses in systems to verify patch effectiveness. Conducts penetration testing and vulnerability assessments. Performs advanced analysis and/or reverse engineering of suspect source code. Writes scripts and develops software utilities to automate security analysis efforts. Working with senior program/technical staff plans, conducts assignments and reviews progress and evaluates results. Works with customers independently or in teams to develop requirements, produces and tests code, and provide necessary documentation. Positive and interactive customer interface and communication skills (verbal, written) are required.

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Job Information

Job Title: MFC Safety & Compliance Division Director
Org: Materials and Fuels Complex (MFC)
Contact: Stephanie Cecil, Stephanie.Cecil@inl.gov
Work Location: Site Facilities
Position Description Number: 10330/25181


Open Date: 1/18/2017
Close Date: 2/19/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

The Materials and Fuels Complex (MFC) at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking applicants for the Safety and Compliance (S&C) Division Director, reporting directly to the MFC Associate Laboratory Director.

INL is recognized nationally and internationally as the lead national laboratory for DOE-NE, providing much of the nuclear research, development, and demonstration capability needed to move nuclear innovation forward to deployment. As the leader in the Gateway for Accelerated Innovation in Nuclear (GAIN), INL serves as the nation's bridge between research and commercial deployment of new nuclear fuel concepts. MFC hosts a unique combination of personnel, facilities and infrastructure and offers the ability to perform research and development of nuclear fuels from fuel design, development and fabrication through post irradiation analysis.   

The MFC Safety and Compliance Division Director serves as the line manager and ensures execution and improvement for the following areas; radiological controls, quality assurance, environmental compliance, and occupational safety and health, all in support of the research focused on nuclear science and technology.  The successful candidate will manage an organization of approximately 100 staff, direct the technical efforts to improve Safety & Compliance functions and develop innovative solutions which meet requirements, control hazards and risk and influences the regulatory climate to support mission and operational needs.

Functions

  • Develop a strategy for the Safety & Compliance Division that effectively supports MFC goals for research outcomes, operations excellence and focuses on executing the mission work in a safe, secure and compliant manner. 
  • Responsible to maintain compliance with processes and requirements for all Safety & Compliance activities across MFC.
  • Responsible for compliance with local, state and federal safety and environmental laws, regulations and standards. 
  • Develop and expand the core capability of safety and compliance technology at MFC.
  • Provide recommendations to Division Directors on potential risks and concerns in regards to Safety & Compliance activities.
  • Provide leadership to the Employee Safety Team (EST) and ensure MFC is committed to a safety culture where MFC is constantly trying to get better by examining our operations and processes to make improvements. 
  • Oversee environmental programs including waste disposal, air permitting, water discharge and groundwater monitoring.
  • Responsible to oversee the independent review of nuclear safety documents. 

 Duties / Responsibilities

  • Provide line management function including supervision of department managers, salary planning, staffing, employee relations and performance management.
  • Attract, develop and retain a highly skilled and diverse staff.
  • Provide performance assurance metrics, and analyze results to measure division performance.    
  • Develop external and internal communication plans and effectively communicate expectations and objectives to department managers and staff, DOE-ID, INL ESH&Q mgrs., SME's, and other stakeholders. 
  • Foster strong working relationships with stakeholders with diverse ideas, perspective and points of view and facilitate effective interaction and consensus. 
  • Identify organizational barriers to process improvement and promote innovation by actively encouraging questions and discussion.
  • Develop ways to apply innovative ideas to enhance business results.  

Job Information

Job Title:  Chemical Kinetics and Catalysis Postdoctoral Research Associate
Org:  Biological & Chemical Processing
Contact:  Jessica.Dixon@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (Town)
Position Description Number:  10313/2579


Open Date: 1/10/2017
Close Date: 2/10/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Changing the World's Energy Future by Breaking Ground on New Technology

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking a postdoctoral researcher in the Biological and Chemical Processing department. Candidate will be primarily a laboratory based researcher, with other responsibilities such as the collection, interpretation, and publication of research data and results. Candidate will be required to interface with other researchers to develop new concepts and technologies. Specifically, the candidate will perform basic research at the laboratory scale in the area of chemical catalyst characterization and kinetic modeling. Experience with the use of transient and operando techniques is highly desired along with a demonstrated publication record in the area of chemical kinetics. Responsibilities include experiment design, data handling, data reduction, modeling and theoretical development at the direction of their INL mentor.


Job Information

Job Title:  Radiation Chemistry Postdoctoral Research Associate
Org:  Aqueous Separations & Radiochemistry
Contact:  Jessica.Dixon@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (Town and Site)
Position Description Number: 10312/23942

 


Open Date: 1/9/2017
Close Date: 2/9/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Leading Nuclear Energy and Research Technology

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking a well-qualified Postdoctoral Associate in areas of fundamental and applied radiation chemistry or comparable discipline for the Aqueous Separations & Radiochemistry Department. This postdoctoral researcher will focus on identification and characterization of degradation pathways of molecular species exposed to a variety of energetic sources. Successful candidate will be able to lead thermodynamic and kinetic inquires of free radical reactivity, searching for its quantitative description and eventual prediction and control. The main prerequisite for this postdoctoral appointment is expertise in experimental probing of molecular damage incurred in liquids due to deposition of energy from radioactive decay. 

Successful candidate will have experience with planning and performing experimental studies designed to degrade molecular species using various irradiation beams such as Co-60 gamma rays, laser flash, pulsed electrons, etc. The candidate will provide support to maintaining laboratories in safe and compliant condition.

The candidate is expected to be a strong asset to our interdisciplinary R&D team and work effectively both alone and as a team member. The candidate must be self-motivated but also take direction from other team members and peers.

The position entails writing scientific manuscripts for journal publication, and presentation of research results at national and international conferences and meetings.


Job Information

Job Title:  Catalysis Transient Kinetics Scientist/Engineer (SE0300)
Org:  Biological & Chemical Processing
Contact:  Laurie.Taylor@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (Town)
Position Description Number:  10204/23857


Open Date: 1/9/2017
Close Date: 2/8/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Changing the World's Energy Future by Breaking Ground on New Technology

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking an accomplished researcher to join the Catalyst Development team, who has experience in transient kinetics. The goal for the team is to add a staff member who can lead innovation into novel catalyst chemistries that are targeted to specific high energy consumption chemical processes. Specific skills and experiences that are sought includes, but are not limited to, Temporal Analysis of Products (TAP) methodologies, IR spectroscopy (Operando), interfacial materials science, and experience in determining the thermodynamics of novel chemistries. The efficiency and effectiveness of any catalysis process is a function of the chemical affinity and structure of a catalyst surface with respect to reactants. The ability to understand and characterize the various aspects of catalyst performance is integral to this position. Essential to this position is the ability to innovate, as demonstrated through a record of scholarly publication, intellectual property development, and R&D leadership.


The candidate is expected to:
--Independently identify new research opportunities, direct technical teams, respond to research opportunities, generate technical proposals, and secure funding for the conduct of research activities. 
--Independently generate high impact refereed publications.
--The candidate will be expected to establish research plans and experimental designs for several research projects/programs. 
--Be responsible for the direction and oversight of junior level scientific staff, perform peer review of work, assimilate and interpret laboratory data, and employ knowledge to develop conclusions and theories. 
--Serve as a technical resource to others and a liaison to other Departments, external collaborators, and customers. 
--Serve as a major or sole contributor to the generation of reports, publications, proposals and intellectual property. 
--Represent the Department and Laboratory to sponsors and peers at program review, technical symposia, and other interface situations. 
--Assist and support the Department business planning and marketing efforts. 
--Serve as a Principal Investigator: Supervise and/or perform activities for research and development tasks safely and effectively in accordance with the principles of excellence in laboratory operations by providing leadership for workers in assigned laboratory/experimental spaces.


Job Information

Job Title: Radiological Control Technician (18-36+ months)
Org: CFA Rad Con Operations
Contact: Pamela.Staples@inl.gov
Work Location: Idaho Falls, ID - CFA
Position Description Number: 10322-25247

***MULTI LEVEL POSTING***


Open Date: 1/17/2017
Close Date: 2/7/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory is seeking experienced Radiological Control Technicians with thorough knowledge of a wide range of radiological control principles, procedures, requirements and related instrumentation sufficient to:
-Provide work coverage & oversight for maintenance, operational, & routine work that involves radioactive materials and radiation generating devices;
-Monitor for radiation, contamination & airborne radioactivity in the workplace. Ensure compliance with radiological safety requirements;
-Recommend radiation safety related improvements to work procedures for Operations and Maintenance, or evaluate and provide recommendations on proposed hazard mitigation techniques and controls;
-Issue "stop-work" orders when required;
-Recommend additional training or changes to radiological control procedures to correct deficiencies;
-Effectively utilize and manage work time;
-Demonstrate professionalism as well as a strong work ethic;
-May mentor or monitor work of more junior staff and radiological workers.


Job Information

Job Title:  Russell L. Heath Distinguished Postdoctoral Research Associate
Org:  Laboratory Director's Office
Contact:  Jessica Dixon, jessica.dixon@inl.gov (208) 526-9087
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (Town)
Position Description Number: 10153/17537


Open Date: 10/6/2016
Close Date: 2/5/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking candidates for the Russell L. Heath Distinguished Postdoctoral Research Associate Appointment. Russell Heath spent almost his entire career at INL (34 years) conducting nuclear research at INL. Heath's gamma ray-spectrometry catalog contributed to the nuclear communities understanding of radioactive materials and is still used extensively nearly six decades after it was first published.  At INL gamma ray spectroscopy is utilized by all three mission directorates.  

This appointment is awarded to early career scientists and engineers with interest in advancing the fields of nuclear energy, critical infrastructure protection, and clean energy deployment. Ideal candidates have exceptional talent, scientific track records, and potential for significant achievements. This appointment may support candidates represented broadly by the fields of nuclear engineering, material science, computational science, separations science, power engineering, wireless technology, or systems analysis.


Job Information

Job Title: Associate Laboratory Director for Energy and Environment Science & Technology
Org: Energy and Environment Science & Technology
Contact: Wade Bodlovic, Wade.Bodlovic@inl.gov or Laurie Taylor, Laurie.Taylor@inl.gov
Work Location: Idaho Falls, ID
Position Description Number: 10306/25238


Open Date: 1/3/2017
Close Date: 2/5/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Changing the World's Energy Future by Breaking Ground on New Technology

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking an accomplished leader to serve as the next Associate Lab Director (ALD) of Energy and Environment Science & Technology (EES&T) who has and can articulate an inspiring vision and guide the directorate toward an exciting future. The next ALD will have the following attributes based on education and experience: displays strategic leadership; demonstrates the ability to lead a diverse, complex, technical organization; displays sound program development and management acumen with a commitment to high standards, persistence, and practical leadership and management skills; can negotiate a complex political landscape; and can work effectively with DOE, Department of Agriculture (DOA), DOE Environmental Engineering and Renewable Energy Office (EERE), DOE Environmental Management (EM), ARPA-E, DOE Fossil Energy (FE), DOE Office of Science (SC), DOE Biological and Environmental Research (BER), DOE  Basic Energy Science (BES), Department of Transportation (DOT), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), industry, and other stakeholders to represent INL's total institutional capabilities of nuclear energy, clean energy, and infrastructure protection.

The ideal candidate will:

Build Collaboration and Partnerships

  • Build and strengthen partnerships and connections with DOE, national laboratories, technology end users, industry, universities, and government collaborators and regulators.
  • Provide visible community and regional leadership, paying careful attention to local, State, and regional relationships and communications.
  • Work in collaboration and partnership with other multifunctional scientific and mission areas across INL.

Inspire

  • Provide inspirational and strategic leadership for EES&T programs' continued growth, impact, and maturity.
  • Create and drive vision through leadership, exploration, boldness, and resolve.
  • Manage strategic and cultural change that aligns staff around the Laboratory's vision and mission.
  • Be an authentic and credible communicator who can represent INL on a national and international stage while influencing INL's research mission.

Set Strategy and Deliver Performance

  • Lead in formulating and implementing Laboratory strategy that continues to position INL as a research leader in key clean energy mission priorities.
  • Drive EES&T leadership in its four mission areas.
  • Set high standards and clear expectations for institutional priorities, performance, and outcomes.
  • Manage the risks of leading a multidiscipline, complex energy research and engineering institution by balancing responsible, safe operations and innovation.
  • Deliver outstanding programmatic, financial and operational performance.

Develop People and Culture

  • Attract and develop the highest quality scientific, managerial, and leadership talents to lead and deliver impactful science and engineering.
  • Build a senior management team that effectively leads EES&T programs as a team, enhancing internal collaboration and engagement within and across organizational lines.
  • Create and maintain a healthy, positive and diverse work environment that promotes and enhances discovery and innovation and reinforces INL's values.

Build Reputation

  • Be a credible and respected leader who can speak with confidence and depth about EES&T's rich scientific and engineering contributions.
  • Build INL reputation among sponsors, stakeholders, and staff as a renowned applied science and engineering institution.
  • Engender public trust and confidence.

 


Job Information

Job Title: Director Center for Advanced Energy Studies
Org: Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES)
Contact: Wade Bodlovic, Wade.Bodlovic@inl.gov
Work Location: Idaho Falls, ID
Position Description Number: 10307/25239


Open Date: 1/3/2017
Close Date: 2/5/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking an accomplished leader to serve as Director of Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES). The Director of CAES will be someone who can articulate an inspiring vision and guide the organization toward an exciting future. The Director will have the following attributes based on education and experience: intimate understanding of DOE national laboratories, displays strategic leadership; demonstrates the ability to lead a diverse, complex, technical organization; have understanding of the university, industry and technology end users and the hazards and risks associated with energy innovation; displays sound program development and management acumen with a commitment to high standards of safety, security, and operational performance; practical leadership and management skills; can negotiate a complex political landscape; and can work effectively with DOE, state government, partners, universities, and industry. The Director is accountable to the INL Laboratory Director, as well as the CAES Steering Committee, is responsible for coordinating the CAES Members¿ activities, is responsible for overseeing the operation of CAES, and is responsible for coordinating the activities of the CAES Members with respect to CAES in general.

The primary duties of the Director include the following: 

  • Lead, develop, oversee implementation of the CAES strategic plan in consultation with the CAES Steering Committee
  • Lead regular reviews of CAES programs and CAES program strategies and develop options for modifications thereof
  • Consult with the university CAES Members regarding the appointment of their respective Associate Director positions
  • Work with the Associate Directors to value and validate each CAES Member¿s collaborative efforts and contribution of resources and commitments to make sure that each Member is providing commensurate support levels. Once the Associate Directors and the Director agree on the value of the contributions, the Director will submit the findings to the Steering Committee for approval
  • Serve as primary liaison and coordinator for engaging commercial and industrial entities to have work performed at CAES and/or collaborate with CAES Members in order to perform research and development work
  • Oversee the operations and activities of CAES according to the policies and procedures approved by the CAES Steering Committee
  • Develop, in collaboration with the other CAES Members, operational policies for CAES, for approval by the CAES Steering Committee
  • Develop and present an annual budget and an annual report to the CAES Steering Committee
  • Identify, obtain, and leverage new funding sources for supporting and creating CAES programs
  • Grow the prestige of regional universities
  • Implement and annually update the CAES strategic plan, and
  • Oversee CAES programs.

 The ideal candidate will:

Inspire

  • Provide inspirational and strategic leadership for CAES programs' continued growth, impact, and maturity.
  • Create and drive vision through leadership, exploration, boldness, and resolve.
  • Manage strategic and cultural change that aligns staff around INL¿s and CAES's vision and mission.
  • Be an authentic and credible communicator who can represent INL and CAES on a regional, national, and international stage while influencing the national energy agenda.

Set Strategy and Deliver Performance

  • Lead in formulating and implementing Laboratory strategy that continues to position CAES as a national research and education center.
  • Set high standards and clear expectations for institutional priorities, performance, and outcomes.
  • Manage the risks of leading a multidiscipline, complex organization, and energy focused research and engineering institution by balancing responsible, safe operations and innovation.
  • Deliver outstanding programmatic, financial and operational performance; to include ensuring safe and secure operations within high operations standards, as well as, delivery of strong financial operational results.
  • Reach out to other national and international energy research centers to import their experience and lessons learned.

Build Collaboration and Partnerships

  • Build and strengthen partnerships and connections with DOE, national laboratories, technology end users, industry, universities, and government collaborators and regulators. This focus on relationships across all CAES client base is critical to ongoing success and growth.
  • Provide visible community and regional leadership, paying careful attention to local, State, and regional relationships and communications.
  • Work in collaboration and partnership with other multifunctional scientific and mission areas across CAES membership.

Develop People and Culture

  • Attract and develop the highest quality scientific, managerial, and leadership talents to lead and deliver impactful science and engineering.
  • Build a management team that effectively leads CAES programs as a team, enhancing internal collaboration and engagement within and across organizational lines.
  • Create and maintain a healthy, positive and diverse work environment that promotes and enhances courageous discovery and innovation and reinforces INL¿s values.

Build Reputation

  • Be a credible and respected leader who can speak with confidence and depth about CAES¿s rich scientific and engineering contributions.
  • Build CAES reputation among sponsors, stakeholders, and staff as a renowned applied science and engineering institution.
  • Engender public trust and confidence.
  • As part of INL's commitment to simultaneous excellence (Research Excellence, Operations Excellence, and Community Excellence), this position will be seen as an active participant, visible in our local community.

Job Information

Job Title: MFC Maintenance Work Package Planner (EP02/03)
Org: MFC Planning
Contact: Stephanie Cecil, Stephanie.Cecil@inl.gov
Work Location: Site Facilities
Position Description Number: 10333/25243

******This is a multi-level posting******


Open Date: 1/19/2017
Close Date: 2/5/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking candidates for a Maintenance Work Package Planner. The Materials and Fuels Complex (MFC) Maintenance I&C/Electrical and/or Mechanical Work Package Planner is expected at minimum to fill the following roles:

  • Write I&C/Electrical and/or mechanical work instructions for assigned Nuclear Facility equipment that provides safe, workable and complete instructions for skilled maintenance craftsmen utilizing the computerized maintenance management system (CMMS).
  • Ensure written instructions are in compliance with established INL controlling documents (i.e. LWP-6200, HaRPS) for the work control process, and with Quality, Training, Environmental, Industrial Hygiene, Radiological, Safety and Health and other applicable regulatory agencies requirements.
  • Ensure that appropriate worker involvement, feedback, and continuous improvement are part of the work control process. Plan, develop, resolve comments, obtain approvals, resolve issues for scheduling and make WO changes to WO's using company documents and accepted industry practices
  • Act as single point of contact for resolving work control issues from initiation to work completion, acting as the primary interface with affected organizations.
  • Provide support for engineering, facilities and operations to meet priorities and schedules.
  • Order, track and verify materials required for maintenance work.
  • Act as a member of the MFC planning team.
  • Accept assignments as directed by management of increasing responsibility and complexity.
     

Job Information

Job Title:   ATR Programs Operations Training Instructor (EP0200/EP0300)
Org:  ATR Operations Training
Contact:  Laurie.Taylor@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (ATR Site)
Position Description Number:  10294/24146


Open Date: 12/19/2016
Close Date: 2/2/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Empowering the Nation's Energy Future

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking an Advanced Test Reactor (ATR) Programs Trainer. Utilizing highly specialized operational and technical knowledge and experience, develop and implement DOE Order and company compliant Systematic Approach to Training (SAT) based facility specific training and qualification programs for the ATR, Instruct Operations and Operations Support personnel in the theory and operation of nuclear facilities, including the ATR. Advanced Test Reactor Critical (ATRC), and the Nuclear Material Inspection and Storage Facility (NMIS) in settings that include classroom, or on the job training. Takes work direction from and is accountable to the ATR Programs Operations Training Manager. These programs are equivalent to both licensed and non-licensed training programs in the commercial nuclear power industry. 


Special attributes of the position:
Develop and teach nuclear curriculum.
Responsible for instruction of Technical Safety Requirements, reactor operating principles and characteristics, and control manipulations as well as systems operating principles and standards. 


Job Information

Job Title:  Document Management Specialist (SP0200)
Org: Knowledge Management
Contact:  Laurie.Taylor@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (Town)
Position Description Number:  10324/24143


Open Date: 1/19/2017
Close Date: 2/2/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Enabling INL's Mission

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking applicants for a Document Management Specialist.  Primary role is the creation and dissemination of the INL Controlled Documents - managing, supporting and advancing related document control applications, processes, and procedures. Overall responsibility for ensuring compliance with regulatory and customer requirements, working with information architects, software developers, and customers in order to identify, analyze and address technology needs and future direction.

The Document Management Specialist will provide vision and leadership in the Document Management Program's current and future needs and will be self-directed and independently motivated. This position will be actively engaged in meeting the needs of INL's researchers and management through the deliberate use and deployment of recognized document control standards and best practices.


Job Information

Job Title:  LSS Equipment Reliability/Preventive Maintenance Professional
Org:  Life Safety Systems (LSS)
Contact:  Brenda.Maiers@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (Town)
Position Description Number:  25220 / 10329

**THIS IS A MULTI-LEVEL POSTING**


Open Date: 1/19/2017
Close Date: 2/2/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Lab is seeking a Life Safety Systems (LSS) Equipment Reliability (ER) / Preventive Maintenance (PM) Technical Requirements Process Owner and Single Point of Contact (SPOC) for the PM Technical Requirements (basis) from cradle to grave.

Function as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for LSS PM/Equipment reliability program and will create, build, develop and implement a new comprehensive LSS PM program. Will work with the program and fulfill three Authority having Jurisdiction (AHJ's), seven owners and DOE equivalency requirements.

Serve as Technical point of contact for LSS PM's to internal and and external customers. PM program is completed for BEA and NRF. Utilizing highly specialized operational and technical knowledge and experience, develop and implement DOE Order and company compliant Systematic Approach to LSS PM's. Special duties of the position include, but are not limited to:

System / component ranking and prioritization.
Equipment / component labeling, labeling standardization (Conduct of Operations oversite and mentoring).
Creation and maintenance of the Master Equipment List.
Preventive Maintenance Justifications (PMJs)
Updating and maintaining the CMMS.
Work package preparation, distribution and closeout.
Reporting, tracking and trending.
Feedback Coordinator
Assist in scheduling and resolving scheduling conflicts
Create PM's to fulfill NFPA and DOE requirements.
Responsible for the maintenance of LSS PM's in Asset Suite.
Fulfill requirements of three Authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) 


Job Information

Job Title:  Project Administrator (SP0300)
Org:  EES&T Business Management/Communications
Contact:  Laurie.Taylor@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (Town)
Position Description Number:  10332/25262


Open Date: 1/19/2017
Close Date: 2/2/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Changing the World's Energy Future by Breaking Ground on New Technology

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking applicants for a Project Administrator.  The project administrator provides program/project coordination support to department managers, laboratory relationship managers, market platform and technical leads within INL's Energy and Environment Science and Technology (EES&T) directorate. The project administrator supports daily project business functions and business practices, including development and execution of Annual Operating Plans (AOPs) for key EES&T DOE customers, field work proposals (FWPs) and Strategic Partnership Projects (SPPs) and other industrial agreements and proposals. 

The project administrator also will work with managers and external customers to ensure reporting requirements related to AOPS and agreements are met. This person also will work with EES&T user facility leads to identify and develop agreements with industrial customers and ensure execution of stated work and/or deliverables. 


Job Information

Job Title:  Business Systems Analyst, Entry-level
Org:  Business Systems
Contact:  Brenda.Maiers@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (Town)
Position Description Number:  25251 / 10334

**This is a multi-level posting**


Open Date: 1/19/2017
Close Date: 2/2/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory is seeking an Entry-level Business Systems Analyst to provide technical, analytical, and business expertise in maintaining current business systems and implementing future enhancements. 

The Business Systems Analyst will work with Sr. Business System Analysts to be a liaison between user communities, peers, Business Management, and Information Management.

Will perform primary and/or backup system administration functions within the Business Systems organization.  Maintain and develop business intelligence applications.  Provide end user support, problem resolution, troubleshooting, and analysis of technical solutions of high complexity.  Communicate application issues, application outages, and new or enhanced functionality to the end users.  Solve and communicate outstanding problems, issues, and fixes to management and customer base.  Act as the liaison between functional subject matter experts and IM to ensure thorough communications of requirements and functionality.

Provides technical expertise to support existing business systems, and works in adopting new technologies to improve capabilities and mentor colleagues in the Business Systems Organization.


Job Information

Job Title:  Sr. Business Systems Analyst
Org:  Business Systems
Contact:  Brenda.Maiers@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (Town)
Position Description Number:  25250/10335

**This is a multi-level posting**


Open Date: 1/19/2017
Close Date: 2/2/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory is seeking a Sr. Business Systems Analyst to function as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for INL Business Systems.

The Sr. Business Systems Analyst will be a Tech Lead performing complex analysis of business reporting problems and ability to translate into action plans.  Analyze new reporting technologies.  Keep abreast of new technologies and reporting practices.  Research industry -- looking for ways to improve the functionality and usability to the end users, and business intelligence to improve the return on investment and develop efficiencies through process improvement.

Will evaluate complex system interfaces on regular intervals to ensure data flows between monitored applications behave correctly.  Ensure system and data integrity through  compliance with established controls.  Maintain and develop business intelligence applications.  Monitor system operational performance and document through automation.  Key success factors for this position are demonstrated advanced customer service and communications skills, thorough understanding of business practices, and technical computer application development skills.  The individual provides technical expertise to support existing business systems, and takes a lead role in adopting new technologies to improve capabilities and mentor colleagues in the Business Systems Organization.

Serve as a functional subject matter expert to help other organizations ensure thorough business systems requirements and functionality is being maintained.


Job Information

Job Title: Dosimetry Technician
Org: Instrumentations & Dosimetry
Contact: Pamela.Staples@inl.gov
Work Location: Idaho Falls, ID - CFA
Position Description Number: 10336-24011


Open Date: 1/19/2017
Close Date: 2/2/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking a Dosimetry Technician to perform dosimeter issues, tracking and returning with associated record-keeping under general supervision. Examples include but are not limited to, entry of employee dosimetry data into Sentinel database; interface with customers, assessors and regulators; operate and calibrate dosimeter readers, records management support to the Health Physics Laboratory, pickup/package/ship INL bioassay samples, perform whole body counts, and perform routine tasks independently.


Job Information

Job Title:  Safeguards and Security Instructional Technologist/Adviser
Org:  Safeguards and Security Training
Contact:  Brenda.Maiers@inl.gov
Work Location:  Site (Central Facilities Area - CFA)
Position Description Number:  24148 / 10327

**This is a multi-level posting**


Open Date: 1/18/2017
Close Date: 2/1/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory is seeking an Instructional Technologist for the Safeguards and Security (S&S) Training organization.

The person in this role will serve as a Safeguards & Security (S&S) Instructional Technologist to one or more departments within S&S. Employ professional judgment, technical background, and instructional expertise to conduct job analysis, design training and methods of managing such with appropriate course development and database tracking tools. Incumbent must be able to develop solutions to a variety of complex training problems.

Develop web-based, classroom, multimedia, and on-the-job training.  Develop and implement new techniques for training programs including developing graphically designed electronic content, informational handouts, posters and presentations. Provide training and safety documentation which assist the organization in meeting organization business objectives.  May give direction to others within the training organization. Responsible for designing high quality training that is specifically tailored to work functions including creation of task-to-training matrices that ensure each task is addressed with the appropriate level of training and development of detailed lesson plans and presentation materials that serve as a training platform that meets accreditation standards. Resolve and respond to comments on assigned activities.

Conduct training evaluations and provide quality reviews and attend design and development meetings for products to ensure quality, consistency, and conformance to customer and target audience needs.

Generate safety documents that ensure all training is conducted in a safe manner. Also responsible for interpretation and application of DOE Orders to ensure all requirements are met. Identify opportunities and issues and bring them to management¿s attention.  Ensure the training documentation is managed in a manner that is readily accessible for both internal and external assessments. Ensure procedures and processes comply with applicable documents.   Develop positive working relationships with co-workers, customers and site-wide organizations.

Function as the training consultant for the INL Security Awareness Program.  Support development and implementation of lab-wide initiatives.


Job Information

Job Title:  Senior Inclusion & Diversity Consultant
Org:  Inclusion & Diversity
Contact:  Brenda.Maiers@inl.gov or Wade.Bodlovic@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (Town)
Position Description Number:  24076 / 12071

**This is a multi-level position**


Open Date: 1/16/2017
Close Date: 1/31/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Department Description:

People around the world count on the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) to provide next generation energy solutions, while protecting critical infrastructure.  We're able to meet these critical demands because our people are our greatest asset.  We're the nation's premier nuclear energy research laboratory and our talent mission is to provide access to opportunities for everyone.  INL's HR organization is more than a support function -- we actually drive business results through people and strategic resources.

Responsibilities:

INL is currently sourcing for a Senior Inclusion and Diversity Consultant to help accelerate the pace of cultural change, while addressing the most challenging energy and security issues the world faces today, through people. 

A successful candidate will provide strategic guidance to senior leadership, work with the entire Human Resource function and partner with business leaders to develop, plan and execute on inclusion and diversity goals and objectives.  This role is pivotal in defining, creating and sustaining lasting cultural change that will lead to a more inclusive work environment.

Will be responsible for helping to embed inclusion and diversity initiatives across INL, planning and implementing inclusion programs and processes to attract, develop and retain an inclusive workforce.  This work includes developing and communicating inclusion strategies and plans, growing and managing Employee Resource Groups, hosting organization sponsored events and celebrations, delivering inclusion training to organizational leaders and employees across the laboratory, providing strategic thought leadership to strategic partners, and monitoring, measuring, and trending inclusion and diversity initiative results.  Responds to inquiries, questions or concerns involving diversity and inclusion.

Cultivate internal relationships, and function as an inclusion ambassador to represent and deliver the work across the system to promote an open and inclusive environment.


Job Information

Job Title:  Environmental Attorney
Org:  Legal Office
Contact:  Brenda.Maiers@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (Town)
Position Description Number:  25240 / 10319


Open Date: 1/17/2017
Close Date: 1/31/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory is seeking an Environmental Attorney.

The attorney in this role will provide legal advice, judgment, guidance and representation to INL management on legal matters related to environmental laws, regulations, policies, and programs. Ensure INL program positions and actions are legally defensible and reasonable and that, when challenged or advanced to judicial review, those positions and actions are presented effectively and persuasively. Provide legal judgment and guidance to all levels of management on legal matters of low to moderate complexity to ensure protection of rights and to maintain operations.

Advise management concerning the Company¿s legal position in litigation, working with outside counsel as required to handle litigation and other means of alternative dispute resolution (e.g. arbitration, mediation, etc.). Represent the Company as an advocate in litigation, agency investigations, and other hearings. Expand general knowledge, understanding, and ability to act as junior counsel in all areas of in-house legal service including environmental, safety, health, and nuclear law and other areas of the law as assigned. Review proposed or existing legislation and changes in case law and regulations to determine applicability and consequences to the Company operations and make recommendations to ensure compliance. Become the primary point of contact for support to the environmental organization.


Job Information

Job Title: HVAC Refrigeration Maintenance Mechanic (808441)
Org: MFC Mechanical
Contact: Pamela.Staples@inl.gov
Work Location: Idaho Falls, ID - MFC
Position Description Number: 10321-12528


Open Date: 1/17/2017
Close Date: 1/31/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking a HVAC Refrigeration Maintenance Mechanic to perform journeyman level Mechanical Maintenance duties on HVAC/Refrigeration equipment. Duties, knowledge or skills lists in this position description may not be inclusive.
Specific Duty Areas:
-Troubleshoot Mechanical/Refrigeration systems and components.
-Repair Mechanical/Refrigeration systems and components.
-Install Mechanical/Refrigeration systems and components.
-Perform preventative/predictive/corrective/modification maintenance on Mechanical/Refrigeration systems and components.
-Inspect and operate Mechanical/Refrigeration systems and components.
-Participate in work planning walk downs and man-hour estimating.
-Builds and maintains effective customer relationships.
-Perform on the job training (OJT) for other craftsman as required.
-Participate in maintenance assessments as required.
-Perform job and shop Leadman functions as required.
-Coupling and alignment of mechanical equipment.
-EPA Certification


Job Information

Job Title:  Industrial Hygienist
Org:  Occupational Safety & Health
Contact:  Brenda.Maiers@inl.gov
Work Location:  Site (Central Facilities Area)
Position Description Number:  25173 / 10316

**This is a multi-level posting**


Open Date: 1/16/2017
Close Date: 1/30/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory is seeking an entry-level Industrial Hygienist (IH).

The industrial hygienist will perform IH Exposure Assessments (EAs) and sampling activities to characterize employee exposures to hazardous agents.  Apply a basic understanding of Industrial Hygiene principles concepts and theories. Document EAs and sampling activities in accordance with industrial hygiene program documents.  Communicate EA and sampling data results to management and employees as required.

Participate in work place assessments, including area/job walk-downs.  Prepare assessment plans and evaluation criteria.  Assist in the coordination with other safety disciplines as necessary.  Communicate identified issues and concerns to the appropriate management teams.  Work with more senior personnel/management to determine solutions and prepare  corrective actions, as assigned.  Enter and manage issues and findings in the company issues management system.  Assist in follow up with management regarding implementation of necessary corrective actions.

Will review work control documents.  Identify and analyze basic industrial hygiene hazards associated with planned work activities.  Establish appropriate hazard controls and mitigation(s) for identified hazards.  Attend work schedule and planning meetings as required.   Assist in the development of facility/project work control and procedure documents. 

This industrial hygiene position implements programs, policies, and procedures associated with the anticipation, recognition, measurement, evaluation, and control of chemical, physical, and biological health hazards.  This position requires the application of basic industrial hygiene principles, theories, and concepts needed to support assigned work organizations.  This position works under the direction of more senior industrial hygienists and immediate supervision.  Work activities are typically routine with defined instructions and anticipated outcomes.


Job Information

Job Title:  Project Manager
Org:  Project Management Organization (PMO)
Contact:  Brenda.Maiers@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (Town)
Position Description Number:  25226 / 10318


Open Date: 1/17/2017
Close Date: 1/30/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory is seeking an entry-level Project Manager. 

Responsibilities include managing small/medium projects and task oriented scope for large projects. Develop and manage small/medium projects and assist with large projects with full project scope from formulation stages to project control and performance measurements through project delivery and closeout. Responsible for technical comprehension of engineering, procurement, and industry processes including their interfaces and interdependencies.

Utilize the use of construction, operations, R&D, and business systems throughout the project to assure project scope is accomplished, schedules are met, and work is completed within budget. Establish and maintain liaison with customers throughout the entire project to resolve problems and coordinate service functions. Act as lead for assigned small/medium projects in planning and establishing schedules, forecasts, budgets, parameters, etc., and monitor progress to assure schedules are met and work is performed within budget.

Manage projects to ensure they are completed on schedule, within budget, and that all work is performed in a safe manner. In conjunction with completing the projects on schedule and within budget ensure every effort is being employed to make sure the technical and functional requirements specified by DOE are being met.

Develop teams as appropriate to successfully complete projects. Responsibility focus is primarily Facility projects, but not exclusively.


Job Information

Job Title:  Oracle Middleware Administrator (EP0300/EP0400)
Org:  Enterprise Support
Contact: Wade.Bodlovic@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (Town)
Position Description Number:  10297/25163


Open Date: 12/19/2016
Close Date: 1/26/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Supporting Energy Science

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking applicants for an Oracle Middleware Administrator.  Function independently on highly complex Database Administration activities. Responsible for installing and maintaining Oracle Middleware components, as well as recommending, developing and enforcing policies and procedures for maintaining their security. Leads and participates in upgrades and maintenance of middleware components.


Job Information

Job Title:  Database Administrator (EP0200/EP0300)
Org:  Enterprise Support
Contact:  Wade.Bodlovic@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (Town)
Position Description Number:  10298/25164


Open Date: 12/20/2016
Close Date: 1/26/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Enabling INL's Mission

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking applicants for a DBA ¿ Disaster Recovery.  Function independently on highly complex Database Administration activities with a focus on Disaster Recover. Responsibilities include handling security of Oracle systems, tuning, backups, maintenance, and oversight of large Oracle databases. 
Provide highly technical support and multiple task management in the areas of systems analysis, database design, testing, and implementation for the successful completion and operations of Oracle databases; this includes writing SQL reports and programming. 
Leads and participates in upgrades and maintenance of databases.  Responsible for work involving unusual technical complexity and employs imaginative, efficient, database solutions. Conducts on-going analysis of existing databases and tools to eliminate inefficiencies.  Work with technical staff to acquire requirements for the database portion of the development projects.

Assist in the mentoring, training and directing work of more junior personnel. Develop, communicate, and maintain detailed work plans and schedules to ensure high quality products are delivered in a defined/agreed time frame ¿ ensure documented requirements, change management and other IT best business practices for all endeavors undertaken.


Job Information

Job Title:  Research Excellence and Operational Team Analyst (EP0200/EP0300)
Org:  Research Operations Office
Contact:  Laurie.Taylor@inl.gov
Work Location:  Idaho Falls, ID (Town)
Position Description Number:  10314/25178


Open Date: 1/11/2017
Close Date: 1/25/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Changing the World's Energy Future by Breaking Ground on New Technology

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking a an individual to join an innovative team that supports our researchers in the clean energy mission, upholds the principles of a strong safety culture and enables researchers to excellence by developing state-of -the-art tools. The individual will interface with researchers and EES&T management to ensure research and operational excellence goals are achieved. 

The person in this role is responsible for effectively communicating and implementing the vision of EES&T research and operational excellence. The individual will manage, analyze and resolve concerns with organizational interfaces, services, and resources to enable research and development activities. 

The individual will function as a research excellence and operations analyst responsible for managing multiple tasks and/or special projects. Plan, prepare, and deliver presentations, documents, and electronic tools to enhance understanding of research and operational excellence objectives to the EES&T R&D community. The individual is responsible for developing and delivering solutions while ensuring high quality products are delivered in a defined/agreed time frame.

The individual will serve to enable research excellence in the life-cycle of Conduct of Research principles, policies, and procedures. 

The individual will support the Contractor Assurance Analyst to ensure events are evaluated and reported in a timely manner; serve as the Incident Investigation Lead, Price Anderson Amendment Act Lead (PAAA) and the Noncompliance Tracking System Compliance Officer. 


Job Information

Job Title: Seismic Monitoring Data Acquisition Systems Support (EP01/EP02)
Org: Engineering Analysis
Contact: Brenda Maiers, Brenda.Maiers@inl.gov
Work Location: Idaho Falls, ID
Position Description Number: 10227/23933

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Open Date: 1/20/2017
Close Date: 1/22/2017


Mission/Vision Statement

Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure.

Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Responsibilities

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking candidates for Seismic Monitoring Data Acquisition Systems Support. The incumbent will provide expertise to the INL Seismic Monitoring program and support seismic safety of INL nuclear operations. The INL Seismic Monitoring program operates 33 sites with short-period and broadband seismometers, 33 sites with accelerometers, and 16 sites with global positioning system (GPS) receivers that continuously transmit earthquake data from remote locations to Idaho Falls, Idaho.

The seismic monitoring system is comprised of remotely-located DC-powered and facility-housed AC-powered computer-based seismic instrumentation from which digital seismic signals are continuously transmitted via digital communication systems to the INL seismic data acquisition and analysis computers. The program supports safety of INL operations through continuous monitoring and analyses of earthquake activity, the development of INL seismic design criteria, assessments of seismic hazards for existing facilities and new facility siting, and early warning of potential future volcanic activity near INL.