Lawrence Livermore Laboratory adding to its workforce

Sep. 16, 2010

Lawrence Livermore Laboratory adding to its workforce

As an important component for fulfilling its national missions, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has announced its plan to hire up to 300 new employees before the end of 2010 and is seeking to fill positions for engineers, computer scientists, chemists, physicists and others.

LLNL, a premier national security laboratory, develops science and engineering technology to provide innovative solutions to the nation's most important challenges in strategic security, energy and the environment.

"Since its inception, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has assembled the best and brightest minds to achieve technical innovations and scientific breakthroughs focused on solving the nation's most challenging problems," Laboratory Director George Miller said.

Many of the individuals selected will work in some of the Lab's growing research areas and alongside colleagues on high-profile laboratory projects, including: the National Ignition Facility, which will be used to achieve fusion ignition for the first time in a laboratory setting; high performance computing and informatics; the Meso, Micro and Nano Technology Center; and supercomputing enabled transformational analytics capability, or SETAC, a cyber security program that devises methods to detect and combat malicious attacks on the nation's computing networks.

Experienced professionals or recent graduates interested in applying for a position can visit the LLNL jobs page at https://careers.llnl.gov/

Founded in 1952, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is a national security laboratory that develops science and engineering technology and provides innovative solutions to our nation's most important challenges. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is managed by Lawrence Livermore National Security, LLC for the U.S. Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration.