What You Will Do
The Radiological Engineering Program provides design support for radiological requirements of new and modified facilities and equipment. There are over 250 facilities at LANL with radiological activities that Radiological Engineering supports; including, research and development, radiochemistry, weapons science, nuclear physics, medical isotope production, nonproliferation, nuclear fuel, and dynamic testing.
We are looking for students to participate in a paid internship for the summer. All selected students will be assigned a mentor, provided a challenging project, and be given the opportunity to present their project work and progress to colleagues. The provided project will be dependent on the interest and skills of the selected student.
What You Need
We are seeking a graduate student who is pursuing a graduate degree in health physics, nuclear engineering, or a related degree.
Minimum Job Requirements:
Full-time enrollment in an accredited graduate degree program with a minimum 3.2 cumulative GPA
Knowledge of the principles, theories, concepts and techniques of health physics
Excellent written and verbal communication
Demonstrated ability to work independently and in a team environment
Experience working with radiation transport codes (e.g. MCNP, Attila)
Knowledge of radiation safety policies, practices, and procedures
Familiarity with coding programs/environments
Notes to Applicants: For full consideration, the following application materials are required: resume, transcript, and cover letter.