Employment Opportunities at FRIB


About FRIB
Michigan State University is designing and establishing the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB), a scientific user facility for the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science (DOE-SC). FRIB will enable scientists to make discoveries with rare isotope beams. FRIB is baselined at a total project cost of $730M and for completion in June 2022; the project team is managing to early completion in fiscal year 2021. The FRIB Project enjoys enthusiastic support from the university community, the university administration, the Nuclear Physics Program, DOE-SC, and the nuclear science community. We are looking to add motivated individuals who want to build the world's leading rare isotope facility:


About Greater Lansing
The Greater Lansing region is consistently recognized for its outstanding quality of life, diversified economy, skilled workforce, and abundant cultural events and attractions that make the region an ideal location to live, work, and play. Lansing is site of the state Capitol and home of a minor league baseball team and an impressive museum reflecting the region’s contributions to the world’s automobile economy. The Wharton Center for the Performing Arts on the MSU campus in East Lansing is a venue for top-rate entertainment, including Broadway plays and symphony, jazz and popular music performances. The new $45 million Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum designed by Zaha Hadid opened recently and is attracting international attention. And MSU’s standing as a Big Ten university ensures top-notch sporting events throughout the year. Michigan is No. 6 on the CNN Money list of fastest-growing states, and was named was named a great location to build your future by Entrepreneur.com. Lansing was recently named among America's Brainiest Cities by The Atlantic Cities and one of the Top 10 Best Affordable Places to Live by Livability.com.