Career Opportunities

Applicants may use the following online application for employment to apply for all positions, or mail or deliver resumes to NMC's administrative offices at: Attn: Human Resources, 999 Central Ave., Los Alamos, NM 87544. Paper and online applications will be given the same consideration. If you have questions or require additional information, contact HR at hr@newmexicoconsortium.org. The New Mexico Consortium is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Technical and Research Staff Positions

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Technical and Research Staff Positions

 

HPC Applications Analyst

 
This position focuses on HPC application performance analysis: using available profiling and performance analysis tools to gain in-depth understanding into the performance of DOE HPC applications on current hardware and system software, identifying factors limiting the performance of applications on current systems, extrapolating performance of DOE HPC applications on future systems, and providing feedback to application developers and system vendors to improve the efficiency of DOE HPC applications on these future systems.
 
The team you will be working with has the main responsibility of managing how users interaction with the HPC systems at LANL.  Some of the teams in this group include (1) Consulting and User Services, responsible for direct interaction and problem resolution with the users; (2) Parallel Runtimes and Environments, responsible for installing and maintaining the software and user environments on the HPC clusters; (3) Application Readiness, working to optimize user code for new HPC platforms and technologies; (4) Monitoring, Security and Data Analytics, responsible for collecting, analyzing and displaying HPC system information to administrators and users; (5) HPC Procurement Team, responsible for procuring material for staff; (6) Scientific Software Team, responsible for HPC software development; (7) Workload Management Team, responsible for cluster scheduling.
 
Responsibilities include the following:
  • Carry out detailed performance analysis of select DOE HPC applications on current HPC production systems, early access systems, and simulators.   Prepare reports of these analyses.
  • Work with LANL staff and system vendors to optimize the performance of DOE applications on future HPC systems.
  • Assist with efforts to tune/modify DOE HPC applications for better performance/throughput on current and future systems.
  • Assist in working with the CPU and system vendors to incorporate findings of DOE HPC application performance analyses into future system designs.
Minimum Job Requirements:
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Advanced knowledge and proven ability in formulating and presenting results to technical audiences and readerships
  • Knowledge and experience working with HPC systems
  • Knowledge and experience using HPC application performance analysis tool
  • Strong C/C++ programming skills
  • Experience working with large-scale software projects written in C and/or C++
  • Knowledge of HPC parallel programming models such as MPI and OpenMP
Desired Skills:
  • Knowledge of CPU/GPU, memory subsystem, and network interconnect technologies and how these impact HPC application performance
  • Knowledge of current compiler technologies and their capabilities and deficiencies in generate high quality code for current CPU technologies
  • Strong Fortran programming skills
  • Knowledge and experience with large production applications and migrating them to new system architectures
  • Involvement in one or more industry standards committees or working groups
Education: An advanced degree in Computer Science or Natural Science from an accredited college or university.                    
 
This can be a full-time or part-time position, onsite or offsite. Benefits correlate to level of effort.
 
Apply online by filling out our online application and attach a CV and a cover letter. OR apply by mail to NMC, 4200 W. Jemez Road, #301, Los Alamos, NM 87544.
 
Applications will be accepted until December 1, 2018.
 
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Laboratory Technician 1

New Mexico Consortium (newmexicoconsortium.org) has immediate openings for four Research Technicians with expertise in either molecular biology, bioinformatics, gene editing, and/or microbiology. Ideal candidates should have a BS or MSc in related fields and previous work experience. This job requires creative and critical thinking, the ability to work independently and availability to work long days to meet deadlines.
 
NMC’s Biological Research Laboratory is located at 100 Entrada Dr., Los Alamos, NM. For a description of the research project, see: https://www.pebblelabs.com.  This is a full-time, non-exempt position. Benefits include a 403(b) retirement plan, health, dental, life, disability and supplemental insurance, and paid time off.
 
Applicants should provide a resume including education, training, employment experience, research expertise, publications, awards, and the names, email addresses, and phone numbers of three relevant references.
 
Apply online by filling out our online application and attach a CV and a cover letter.
 
Applications will be accepted until November 1, 2018.
 
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Laboratory Technician 2

Entomology Focused Solutions & Molecular Biology Techniques


Company: New Mexico Consortium
Location: Los Alamos, NM
Compensation: $50 - $75K Base (Overtime eligible) + Bonus/Incentive
 
About this opportunity:  The Laboratory Technician would work on projects for the sponsor, Pebble Labs. Pebble Labs is dedicated to using science to target harmful pathogens within nature to lessen the need for chemical toxins in our environment. This is an opportunity to be on the leading edge of creating solutions for mosquito-borne diseases. Learn more about how Pebble Labs is researching ways to control vector-borne disease on their website: pebblelabs.com
  • Innovative Technology - Using the latest Transbiotics gene-silencing technology
  • Environmental Leadership - Lowering the environmental load of chemical toxins on our planet is good stewardship.  If you have a passion for the environment, then this group is for you as their goal is to create a better quality of life and healthier planet
  • Growth Opportunities - As this group continues to grow, so will your role and scope of challenges you learn to take on
Qualifications:
  • 2+ years of laboratory research in an academic or corporate setting
  • Bachelor's Degree required
  • Master's degree in microbiology is preferred
  • Strong understanding of entomology experience in rearing and dissecting mosquitoes is desirable
  • Communication Impact - strong written and verbal communication skills with project teams
  • Collaboration - team player who can work in a high activity, fast-paced environment
  • Quality and Procedures - Responsible for understanding experimental procedures of work being performed at a high quality to assure the accuracy and quality of test results
Apply using our online application form or by mail to NMC, 4200 W. Jemez Road, #301, Los Alamos, NM 87544.
 
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Associate Research Scientist

 
New Mexico Consortium (newmexicoconsortium.org) has immediate opening for a Research Scientist with expertise in either virology/viral delivery, bioinformatics, cell biology, and/or parasitology. Candidates with multiple competencies are preferred but it is not a prerequisite. Ideal candidates should have a PhD and postdoctoral experience in related fields as well as an excellent publication record. This job requires creative and critical thinking, ambition to excel, the ability to work independently, and availability to work long days to meet deadlines. Starting salaries range from $75,000-$90,000/yr depending on experience and productivity.
 
NMC’s Biological Research Laboratory is located at 100 Entrada Dr., Los Alamos, NM. For a description of research projects, see: https://www.pebblelabs.com/.  This is a full-time, exempt position. Benefits include a competitive remuneration, a 403(b) retirement plan, health, dental, life, disability and supplemental insurance, and paid time off.
 
Applicants should provide a resume including education, training, employment experience, research expertise, publications, awards, and the names, email addresses, and phone numbers of three relevant references.
 
Apply online by filling out our online application and attach a CV and a cover letter.
 
Applications will be accepted until November 1, 2018.
 
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Posted 7/01/18
 

Research Laboratory Technician

 

Administrative Positions

 

Administrative Assistant

The New Mexico Consortium (http://newmexicoconsortium.org/) is seeking a highly motivated, independent and organized Administrative Assistant for its busy location in Los Alamos Research Park. Responsibilities include facilitating office operations; providing administrative support to researchers, staff and visitors; managing inventory, and more. The successful candidate will demonstrate solid  written and verbal communication skills and confidence with computer use, (word processing, spreadsheets, databases, graphics programs, publishing programs, etc.). High school diploma required, Bachelor's degree preferred.

Apply by filling out our online application and attach a resume and cover letter.
OR apply by mail to NMC, 4200 W. Jemez Road, #301, Los Alamos, NM 87544.
 
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Posted 09/10/18

Service Positions

 

Microalgal Biotechnology Research Service Position

The NMC is offering an opportunity for an interested candidate to participate in exploratory research at the NMC Biological Laboratory. This is a part-time unpaid service position, with a minimum level of effort of 10 hrs/week.Our plant biology initiative performs basic research with impacts on sustainable energy production through biofuels, food security and climate induced ecological change. This is a valuable opportunity for a graduate student, retired scientist, or scientist re-entering the workforce to help advance original research, participate in the scientific publication process, hone laboratory skills and collaborate with other researchers at the NMC.

Responsibilities:

The research will involve PCR screening of transgenic algae. Duties will include:

  • Development of trait-specific bioassays
  • Evaluating gene regulation
  • Developing plasmid constructs
  • Help design and conduct scientific experimental protocols
  • Provide rigorous data assessment and result reports
Preferred Qualifications
  • Advanced degree in microbiology, molecular biology or comparable discipline
  • Competence in molecular biology techniques
  • Experience working under sterile laboratory conditions
Application Procedure:

Apply online at by filling out our online application and attach a resume and cover letter; or mail or deliver resume to NMC's administrative offices.

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NMC is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

 

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