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Experienced Materials Scientist at the Naval Nuclear Laboratory (NNL)
NNL has an opening for a highly skilled Materials Scientist experienced in microstructural and microchemical characterization (SEM, EBSD). Our team of scientists bring creativity, curiosity, and expertise to help develop advanced naval nuclear propulsion technology and ensure the safety and reliability of our Navy’s submarine and aircraft carrier fleets. Please share this position within your networks. The link for the position is: Experienced Materials Scientist
June 2022

Technologist – Electron Optics-Topography
Novelis is the world leader in aluminum rolling and recycling, producing an estimated 19 percent of the world’s flat-rolled aluminum products. We work alongside our customers to provide innovative solutions to the aerospace, beverage can, automotive and high-end specialty markets. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Novelis has approximately 11,600 employees in 25 operating facilities on four continents and is investing close to $1.5 billion in global rolling and recycling expansions to meet the growing demand for our premium product.
Position Overview:
The Novelis Global Research and Technology Center (NGRTC) in Kennesaw, Georgia is seeking a Technologist. The person in this role will report to the Electron Optics lab Leader. The ideal candidate will be responsible for providing support in the Electron Optics lab that uses advance electron microscopy techniques for microstructural investigations as well as the Topography lab for spectrophotometric and colorimetric analysis. Technologist-ElectronOptics-Topography ID #2022-40480.
•Demonstrates personal commitment to safety and good EHS awareness by following established safety rules and practices during all activities. Ensure all user and visitors are compliant with all Safety Absolutes and other EHS initiatives.
•Carry out routine, as well as complex Electron Optics task requests from project leaders through our LIMS system.
•Prepare samples for TEM/STEM investigations using electropolishing, ion milling, and FIB lift out techniques.
•Conduct Electron Microscopic investigations on samples of aluminum alloys as well as other metal systems for purposes of metallurgical assessment or defect analysis.
•Use confocal microscopy to quickly characterize 2D/3D representations of aluminum alloy surfaces to support ongoing research projects.
•Carry out routine spectrophotometric and colorimetric testing using nondestructive handheld equipment.
•Entry to this level typically requires a minimum of 3 years of progressive experience in Electron Microscopy and or thermal analysis and a BS in chemistry, metallurgy, metallurgical engineering, material science, physics or equivalent.
•Hands on experience working in an Electron Microscopy and with an emphasis on material science. Experience with electron microscopy of Aluminum systems is advantageous.
•Basic knowledge in the following techniques is required:
Secondary and Backscattered Electron Imaging, Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy (EDXS), Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD)
•Must be Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
•The ability to acquire new knowledge, capability, and skills in Electron Microscopy as well as Confocal Microscopy and other surface topography techniques.
•Desire and ability to collaborate and communicate across functions are essential to this position.
What We Offer:
Novelis benefits say a lot about how we care for each other. Our employees and their families have many different needs. As a result, our benefits offer choices on many levels and are high in quality, competitive in the marketplace, and affordable. These are a few of the benefits we offer to support you and your family’s well-being:
•Medical, dental and vision insurance
•Health savings accounts – Company Funded Health Savings Account (HSA) and Health Reimbursement Account (HRA)
•Company-paid basic life insurance and Additional voluntary life coverage
•Paid vacation and competitive personal time off
•401(k) savings plan with company match
•Retirement savings plans – medical and prescription drug coverage through private exchange
•Employee assistance programs – available 24/7 to you and your family
•Wellness and Work Life Support – career development and educational assistance
DISCLAIMER: In alignment with current Novelis policy and procedures, all Atlanta based employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to qualify for new employment at Novelis. Fully vaccinated means you have received the last recommended dose of any vaccine that has been approved by the CDC or World Health Organization. As the COVID-19 landscape is continuously evolving, this requirement is subject to change. Proof of vaccination status will be required to qualify for new employment at Novelis.
May 2022

Open EM Coordinator Position in Springfield, MA
From Alison Carrano, Manager of Anatomic Pathology:
“I have recently stepped into the managerial role in Anatomic Pathology at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, MA. We have an Electron Microscopy department, but have been without an EM coordinator for almost a year now. We are looking to fill this fulltime roll, and, thus, grow our department with an EM coordinator at the helm. I would appreciate if you could disseminate the below information regarding our open job position. Any interested parties can contact me directly, or apply through the hospital’s website: using the position’s reference number (R9537) in the search box. In addition, any feedback, contacts or advice you can offer would be greatly appreciated.”
Thank you,
Alison Carrano
Manager of Anatomic Pathology, Pathologists’ Assistant (ASCP)
Department of Surgical Pathology
Baystate Health
759 Chestnut Street
Springfield, MA 01199
Phone: 413-794-4589
May 2022

Careers at Duke
Brief description: Run/be responsible for an electron microscopy shared resource, including TEM, SEM, and SBFSEM (serial block face SEM); advertise services provided to the microscopy community. Interact with/advise/direct investigators on their experiments. Operate electron and light microscopes, digital cameras, ultramicrotomes, and other equipment ancillary to producing ultrastructural data; and publish articles in collaboration with researchers. That is to say, be a partner with the users to ensure the best data are produced and explained accurately, and serve as an editor/author of resulting articles submitted for publication.
Contact for questions:
October 2021 (updated June 2022)

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