Technically oriented person to support a wide variety of X-ray research programs at the Cornell University High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS). Involves designing, building, maintaining, and troubleshooting complex scientific equipment, and providing service and instruction to staff, scientists, and visitors to the facility.
Would you like like to work in a large, fast paced cutting edge research laboratory? Would you like to support research in a wide variety of ways, from training experimenters to high level design and hands on fabrication of complex scientific equipment?
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