and the University of British Columbia’s Department of Physics and Astronomy are seeking applications from recent particle physics graduates interested in a Postdoctoral position with the Rare Decay Group. As the successful applicant, you will have an opportunity to participate in research related to studies of rare kaon and pion decays and searches for dark matter with the CERN NA62 experiment. Specifically, you will focus on, and contribute in a significant manner to simulations and data analysis, detector and electronics R&D, and experiment-related operations at CERN, including:
As the successful applicant, you will have a good knowledge of data analysis techniques, software, and detection techniques used in particles physics. Ideally this will include:
Your qualifications include a recent in particle physics (or you are expecting to complete your PhD within a few months).
This grant funded position is jointly offered by UBC’s Department of Physics and Astronomy and TRIUMF. TRIUMF is Canada’s particle accelerator centre, and one of the world’s leading laboratories for particle and nuclear physics and accelerator-based science. We are an international centre for discovery and innovation, advancing fundamental, applied, and interdisciplinary research for science, medicine, and business. The successful applicant will be employed by and located at TRIUMF, in Vancouver, BC, and will have an initial term of one year. This may be renewed based on mutual satisfaction and continued grant funding. Salary will be competitive depending on experience, and a comprehensive benefit package is offered.
TRIUMF is located on the south campus of the University of British Columbia, in the heart of Pacific Spirit Park in Vancouver, BC. We offer a competitive total compensation package, including comprehensive benefits, attractive salary, and an excellent opportunity to enhance your career portfolio in a high-profile national research facility.
TRIUMF is an equal opportunity employer, and we welcome applications from all qualified candidates. Your application package must be submitted by email to