The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory employs a diverse work force that includes scientists, machinists, engineers, administrators, writers and even artists. The Lab is an exciting and international place to work and study, where on any given day you can hear English, Chinese, Russian or French, to name just a few, spoken in our halls.
The main campus of the Magnet Lab is based in Tallahassee near the campus of Florida State University. About 450 people are employed by or are affiliated with the labs Tallahassee facility. When you include the Magnet Lab branches at the University of Florida and Los Alamos National Lab, that number jumps by another 100.
Our staff includes scientists, machinists, engineers, administrators, writers and artists.
The management of the lab shares the National Science Foundations strategic goal of increasing the number of minority and underrepresented students who pursue careers in science. For more information, please visit our Diversity page.
How to Search and Apply
The labs hiring is administered through Florida State University, and full- and part-time job openings – as well as information about benefits – are listed with the FSU Office of Human Resources. To view our current openings:
- From the HR page, click on "Search and Apply for a Job"
- Under "External Applicant" or "Current FSU Employees" (whichever applies), click on "I Am Ready to Search and Apply"
- In the keyword field, type "NHMFL" and hit "Search Jobs"
Los Alamos Branch
Hiring at the Pulsed Field Facility is administered through Los Alamos National Laboratory. Interested job candidates can search for positions at Jobs@LANL.
University of Florida Branch
Hiring at the Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy and High B/T facilities is administered through the University of Florida. To search for openings, visit UF Employment.
For more information, please contact Human Resources Manager Bettina Roberson.