LECTURESHIP IN EXPERIMENTAL NUCLEAR PHYSICSAs happens once in a blue moon, we currently have a permanent position open for application at the moment for an experimental nuclear physicist.
I won't go over the details of the job specification, since it can be found here. Suffice to say that if you are an experimental nuclear physicist, you will have a good idea already of what the job will involve.
If you successfully apply, you will meet some of the people in the picture, which was taken a little while ago now. I'm in the picture, fourth from the left. On my right (i.e. third from the left in the picture) is Paddy Regan, whose elevation to a joint Surrey-NPL position means that the new position is available.