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Boise Technology, Inc. is a small scientific research and development company. We have a new state-of-the-art research facility in Nampa, Idaho with an ultrafast laser laboratory and a chemistry laboratory. We perform fundamental research, leading to commercially profitable products. Our current focus in the laboratory is the characterization of the physical and chemical processes that influence the reactivity of solid and liquid surfaces. Studies are being performed to investigate liquid/liquid, vapor/liquid, liquid/solid, and vapor/solid phase boundaries. We work in a small informal setting, similar to that found in an academic research group.

 

Ph.D. Scientist Position

Description
We are seeking an experimental physical chemist or physicist with experience in laser spectroscopy. A strong theoretical chemistry background is a plus. The optimal candidate will have experience in ultrafast, non-linear optical spectroscopy. Experience with surface SHG or SFG is a plus. A comprehensive knowledge of chemistry is required. The successful candidate is expected to develop semi-independent research programs. This position involves contributions to ongoing Boise Technology projects as well as the development of semi-independent research programs.

The responsibilities for this position include:
1) Participation in the design and development of a broad range of experimental projects;
2) Defining and completing experimental projects and tasks;
3) Preparing and participating in preparation of grant proposals;
4) Contributing effectively to all aspects of research projects including: proposal preparation, design, development, and maintenance of experimental equipment and systems, ordering experimental components, equipment, and supplies;
5) Conducting and analyzing research experiments and preparing reports and publications, as appropriate;
6) Working effectively in a small team setting;

Requirements
A Ph.D. degree in chemistry, physics, or a related field is required. The candidate must have a background in experimental physical chemistry; a strong theoretical background and/or a strong background in laser spectroscopy, particularly ultrafast, nonlinear optical spectroscopy is required.

The candidate must demonstrate:
* A strong knowledge of chemistry and standard laboratory practices.
* A strong knowledge of problem solving methodologies and application to complex technical projects.
* A record of research creativity and accomplishments as demonstrated by publications and/or graduate research activities.
* Strong hands-on ability with design and fabrication of instruments and experimental components.
* The ability to analyze and interpret experimental data, evaluate options, and make decisions and clear recommendations.
* Comprehension of published technical information.
* Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, and the ability to share knowledge freely and effectively with colleagues.
* The ability to give clear and focused presentations.
* The ability to build strong relationships and positively influence others.
* The ability or willingness to learn to plan and prioritize R&D programs, develop detailed project plans, set and meet critical path milestones and deadlines, manage time and laboratory resources effectively, and estimate labor and funding requirements.
* Skill in the use of Microsoft Office products, especially Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

We offer competitive salaries and benefits and an informal work environment. Preference will be given to US residents. There is great opportunity for scientific freedom, advancement, and financial rewards for a self-motivated, creative, and curious scientist. Come join the team! Please email your CV along with a cover letter to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 
M.S. Scientist Position

Description
We are seeking an experimental chemist or physicist with experience in laser spectroscopy. A strong theoretical chemistry background is a plus. Ultrafast, non-linear optical spectroscopy, especially surface SHG or SFG experience is desirable. A comprehensive knowledge of chemistry is required. The successful candidate is expected to contribute effectively to all aspects of the research projects. Higher-level candidates will be encouraged to develop semi-independent research programs in collaboration with other Boise Technology scientists. Interested entry-level candidates are encouraged to apply.

The responsibilities for this position include:
1) Participation in the design and development of a broad range of experimental projects;
2) Defining and completing experimental projects and tasks;
3) Preparing and participating in preparation of grant proposals;
4) Designing, developing, and maintaining experimental equipment and systems;
5) Conducting and analyzing research experiments and preparing reports and publications, as appropriate;
6) Ordering experimental components, equipment, and supplies;
7) Working effectively in a small team setting;

Requirements
A Masters degree in chemistry, physics, or a related field is required. The candidate must have a background in either experimental physical chemistry or theoretical chemistry. A strong background in laser spectroscopy, particularly ultrafast, nonlinear optical spectroscopy is desirable.

The candidate must demonstrate:
* A strong knowledge of chemistry and standard laboratory practices.
* A strong knowledge of problem solving methodologies and application to complex technical projects.
* The ability to design and fabricate instruments and experimental components.
* The ability to analyze and interpret experimental data, evaluate options, and make clear recommendations.
* Comprehension of published technical information.
* Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, and the ability to share knowledge freely and effectively with colleagues.
*The ability to give clear and focused presentations.
* The ability to build strong relationships and positively influence others.
* The ability to develop detailed project plans, set and meet critical path milestones and deadlines, and manage time and laboratory resources effectively.
* Skilled in Microsoft Office products, especially Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

We offer competitive salaries and benefits and an informal work environment. Preference will be given to US residents. There is great opportunity for scientific freedom, advancement, and financial rewards for a self-motivated, creative, and curious scientist. Come join the team! Please email your CV along with a cover letter to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


B.S. Scientist Position

Description
We are seeking a theoretical or experimental chemist or physicist. The optimal candidate will have experience in laser spectroscopy and/or chemistry. An interest in ultrafast, non-linear optical spectroscopy, especially surface SHG or SFG is a plus. Interested entry-level candidates are encouraged to apply.

The responsibilities for this position include:
1) Participation in the design and development of a broad range of experimental projects;
2) Completion of experimental projects and tasks;
3) Contributing effectively to all aspects of research projects including design, development, and maintenance of experimental equipment and systems;
4) Ordering experimental components, equipment, and supplies;
5) Working effectively in a small team setting;
6) Conducting research experiments and preparing reports;

Requirements
A B.S. degree in chemistry, physics or a related field is required. The candidate must have a strong background in chemistry or physics and an interest in learning and applying laser spectroscopy.

The candidate must demonstrate:
* A strong knowledge of chemistry and standard laboratory practices.
* A strong knowledge of problem solving methodologies.
* The ability to analyze and interpret experimental data, evaluate options, and make clear recommendations.
* Comprehension of published technical information.
* Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, and the ability to share knowledge freely and effectively with colleagues.
* The ability to build strong relationships and positively influence others.
* Skilled in Microsoft Office products, especially Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

We offer competitive salaries and benefits and an informal work environment. Preference will be given to US residents. There is great opportunity for scientific freedom, advancement, and financial rewards for a self-motivated, creative, and curious scientist. Come join the team! Please email your CV along with a cover letter to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  


Student Intern

This is a Great Opportunity for Students Interested in Getting Experience in a Research Laboratory: This is a part time position and we expect the candidate to be actively pursuing a degree from an accredited college or university. We are looking for students pursuing degrees in physics, chemistry or biology. If you are highly motivated and you are interested in laboratory research we encourage you to apply. You should have an interest in the following areas; laser chemistry, laser physics, laser spectroscopy, ultrafast lasers, non-linear optics, surface second harmonic generation and surface sum frequency generation. The successful candidate must have good written and verbal communication skills. Preference will be given to US residents. We offer competitive salaries and an informal workplace. Please email resume and cover letter to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  


Office Manager (Position Closed)

Description
Boise Technology, Inc. is looking for a talented and resourceful individual to be our office manager. This position will start at 20-30 hours per week and then transition into full time. The position requires a confident, professional individual with the ability to be flexible, learn new skills, and provide administrative support. This position will provide a broad range of project coordination and administrative support services for executive level staff, and a small scientific R&D team. We are looking for an individual who is a skilled writer with at least some background in the sciences. The ability to assist with writing grant proposals and papers for publication is highly desirable.

The successful candidate will:

* Provide administrative support for executive level staff in an environment that requires maturity, professionalism and confidentiality. 

* Provide support for selected R&D projects, including the coordination of project-related events and maintaining documents/reports associated with these projects.

* Assume responsibility for various project-based assignments in support of executive(s) and/or project teams.

* Coordinate calendars, travel itineraries, telephone conferences, meetings and communications in support of internal and external meetings, conferences and workshops.

Requirements
* BA/BS degree and a minimum of 5yrs experience
* Proficiency in MS Word and Excel required, MS PowerPoint desirable
* Demonstrated strong verbal and written communications skills; proofreading and editing skills required
* Strong organizational skills to include maintaining records and tracking deadlines
* A knowledge of federal contract regulations and accounting is desirable

 

PT Bookkeeper

Looking for a PT (possibly moving to FT) experienced bookkeeper, 15-25 hrs per week, to perform bookkeeping functions. Must be proficient with QuickBooks. Knowledge of FAR Regulations and Government contract accounting practices is required. All applicants applying for U.S. job openings must be authorized to work in the United States. Please email your cover letter and resume to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  

We offer competitive salaries and benefits and an informal work environment. Preference will be given to US residents. There is great opportunity for scientific freedom, advancement, and financial rewards for a self-motivated, creative, and curious scientist. Come join the team!  Please email your CV along with a cover letter to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  

 

 

 


 
 
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