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LAWRENCE LIVERMORE POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP
Application Closing Date: September 15, 2000
Lawrence Livermore National
Laboratory has established a
prestigious postdoctoral fellowship
program. The purpose of the
Fellowship is to pursue cutting-edge
science and stimulate
cross-fertilization of ideas. The
Fellows will have freedom to pursue
world class research with ample
resources to support their efforts. This
Fellowship has a three-year term.
After this period, the Fellows may
consider any career options, including
staying at the Laboratory. Typically,
two Fellowships are awarded each
The Fellows will interact with
scientists in a wide area of expertise.
The Laboratory is committed to making
the Fellows|APO| experience at LLNL
positive and rewarding.
Fellowships are awarded only to candidates with exceptional talent, credentials,
scientific track records, and potential for significant achievements. Fellows will
choose original and independent research in one or more aspects of science
relevant to the competency at LLNL. Research areas may include all branches:
There is no restriction on which branch of the above-mentioned sciences the
Fellows may pursue; preferably, the identified research area is related to LLNL|APO|s
science and technology goals. Successful candidates may participate in
experimental or theoretical work at LLNL, and will have access to LLNL|APO|s
extensive computing facilities, talents, pool of specialized laboratory facilities,
and field equipment. There are sufficient funds to allow the Fellows to participate
in most major conferences. A senior staff scientist will serve as a mentor to each
of the Fellows. The Fellows will reside in the appropriate department and will
receive full management and administrative support.
The Fellows will most likely conduct their research in a collaborative manner with
others in a team environment. We expect the Fellows to publish their research
results in refereed journals, give seminars at LLNL, answer invitations to give
scientific talks, and attend major conferences.
Eligibility and Selection Process
To be eligible for consideration, applicants must have received their Ph.D.
degree within five years of being appointed a Lawrence Livermore Postdoctoral
Fellow. Please the LLNL Employment Opportunities Bulletin for complete job
The application process requires submission of the Lawrence Livermore
Postdoctoral Fellowship Preliminary Application (link located at the bottom
of this page). This form will ask for several pieces of information and will
take approximately 30-60 minutes to complete. Required information includes:
Complete resume with personal data along with publication list
Current home, office, and fax numbers
Statement of Technical Interest explaining why you wish to pursue
your Postdoctoral research at our Laboratory
Names, address, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three
references (one should be the candidate|APO|s thesis advisor and the
other two should be scientists who can speak with authority on the
No US citizenship is required for application; however, candidates
should be well versed on their current visa status (if any).
Once Preliminary Applications have been received, references will be
contacted to submit letters of recommendation electronically.
These letters must be received by September 27, 2000.
We will be contacting these references via email through which
they will receive instructions for submitting their letters electronically.
The Fellowship Committee will review your information and select
candidates for consideration.
Selected candidates will be required to complete a formal LLNL
application and provide copies of any and all transcripts prior to
interviewing at LLNL.
Candidates will then be invited to LLNL for interview and seminar.
A pre-employment security background check must be completed on
selected candidates before employment offer can be made.
When the security background check is approved, the selected
candidate will then be contacted by an LLNL HR/Recruiting and
Employment personnel to make an official offer for LLNL employment.
Hire decisions will be made in early January, 2001.
Applicants may expect selections to be made approximately three months after
the deadline (September 15, 2000).
Fellows will be paid a starting salary of $6,617/mo.
Information provided is to help Lab employees and prospective employees in
locating short- and long-term rental accommodations:
All Apartments -- a free, comprehensive apartment rental database on the
Internet. This listing includes apartments in Livermore and local communities.
LLNL Housing Referral -- Referrals to landlords who have chosen to offer their
homes, rooms, apartments, etc., to LLNL employees. Please respect their
privacy and only call these referrals if you are a current or prospective
For more information about the Lawrence Livermore Postdoctoral
Fellowship program, contact Clea Marples, Fellowship Administrator