We are delighted that you have found us. Have you always sought out the hard projects and worked to find just the right solutions? Do you love to plan, design, and execute experiments to develop novel solutions? Join us and be part of the ultimate solution to one of humanity’s most pressing problems.
What we need:
Helion Energy has a unique opportunity for a hands-on Experimental Plasma Scientist. Your work will focus on advanced pulsed and high-speed optical plasma diagnostics for Helion’s latest high-temperature fusion generator.
Lead the expansion of our optical plasma diagnostic tools.
Integrate these new tools with other multi-keV plasma and nuclear diagnostics on existing and future fusion systems.
Convey insight and help design future fusion prototypes.
7+ years as a research physicist, scientist, or engineer working with a diverse background in optical plasma diagnostics.
Demonstrated documentation and technical writing skills.
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About Helion Energy
About Helion Energy: Our Headquarters is in Redmond, Washington. Helion Energy is the world's leading fusion energy company – we aren't just dreamers with an idea, we are a world-class team realizing a goal - making safe, clean, energy a reality today. Helion has broken the traditional barriers that have held fusion back and is a decade ahead of any other competitor.
We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be. If there is anything we can do to create a more comfortable interview experience for you, please let us know.
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