The China Spallation Neutron Source (CSNS) is an accelerator based multidiscipline user facility, which consists of an H–linac, a proton rapid cycling synchrotron, and threeneutron instruments at phase I. CSNS will provide scientists with unique and powerful neutron scattering instruments for the study of a large range of materials – from polymers and pharmaceuticals to membranes and molecules. It is located in Dongguan, Guangdong province, which is about 48km from Shengzhen and 125 km from Hong Kong airports. CSNS is going to fully operated on 2018 with about 350 employees currently.
Based on the needs of the research areas and the disciplines development of CSNS, we are now publicly recruiting overseas outstanding talents and scholars of relevant disciplines who possess research abilities and innovation awareness. Preference will be given to candidates with extensive experience on development of neutron scattering instruments as well as related scientific researches, neutron data analysis and visualization, neutron detector and electronics, neutron optic and polarization techniques, and neutron sample environments techniques..
1 National “Thousand Talents Program” (full time & part time programs)，for established scientists
2 National “Thousand Young Talents Program”，for outstanding junior scientists
3 Pioneer “Hundred Talents Program” of CAS，for outstanding junior scientists, excellent junior detector or accelerator experts
Terms of employment：
Weekends, China’s official holidays, Paid holiday, Annual leave, etc.
3 Social Insurance
Health insurance, Social pension insurance, Employee’s pension fund, Unemployment insurance, Workers accident compensation insurance, etc.
4 Competitive housing welfare
Office of Human Resources, Dongguan Neutron Science Center
Address: No. 1, Zhongziyuan Road, Dalang, Dongguan 523803, China
Applications should include a CV, an outline of academic accomplishments, description of current research and plan for future research, 3 – 5 published papers representative of your work, and a record of citations for your work. You should arrange for 3 letters of reference from experts in your field to be sent by post or email (established scientists are not requested).