We are looking for students, postdocs, early career, and midcareer people with a range of talents, styles, and experiences who bring diverse experiences and knowledge to our teams. Our team includes scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and technical staff who work to anticipate threats, innovate creative solutions, and deliver those solutions to our sponsors.
We are committed to an inclusive workforce where ideas are shared and teams with different points of view collaborate to come up with new and innovative ideas. We welcome employees with diverse culture, race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and physical or mental abilities. The Laboratory performs at its best when our employees are free to be their authentic selves.
Celeste Matarazzo created Cyber Defenders and STEM Student Outreach Programs and is a former leader of the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory Women’s Association. She is a leader in reaching out to the community as a whole with programs to enhance STEM and computing skills, and the Laboratory recognizes her tireless efforts to create an inclusive work environment, where every employee has a voice.
Global Security sponsors the Laboratory’s American Indian Group. In January 2020, a group of American Indian middle and high school students visited the Laboratory through the Intertribal Friendship House, Soaring Eagles pilot project. Students explored science and technology at the Laboratory, and learned about American Indian employees who play important roles in moving the world forward through STEM. We are committed to create an inviting climate, to form respectful relationships and to share important information about the value of staff and our mission with all community members.
Christine Hartmann, Sharon Bobbitt, Brian Giera, Avraham Thomas, Susan Lowder, Cong Chen, Vicki Bender, Christopher Campbell and Jill Craft
Livermore was built on the idea of bringing together multidisciplinary teams of people with a broad range of talents to solve really big problems. Global Security’s team includes more than 1,000 people who are committed to working on national security issues related to energy, homeland security, nuclear threat reduction, intelligence, biosecurity, and forensic science.
This team is recognized for stimulating diversity in thought, perspective and approaches to problem-solving by developing a research internship program for neuro-divergent individuals. Welcoming all types of thinking helps us optimize the innovation we bring to national security challenges.
Join our team of world-class engineers and scientists discovering new solutions to tough problems of global significance.