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Research Associate Programs at National Institute of Standards and Technology

This page provides specific information about the NRC Research Associateship Program at NIST.

  • Use the navigation on the left to explore individual opportunities at NIST.
  • Visit www.nist.gov to learn more about National Institute of Standards and Technology.
  • Select RAP Home to learn more about the NRC Research Associateship Programs.

When to Apply

only participates in the February and August reviews.

Visit the NRC Research Associateship Programs For Applicants page for the application review schedule and important information for applicants.

Eligibility

Review the eligibility criteria for RAP.

Citizenship:
Research opportunities at NIST are open to U.S. citizens.

Level:
Research opportunities at NIST are open to Postdoctoral applicants.

Click About RAP - Levels for a definition of each level.

Note: Eligibility can vary for each research opportunity. Be sure to check the specific opportunity(s) in which you are interested.

Additional Information on the National Institute of Standards and Technology

NIST NRC Postdocs must conduct their research at an established NIST duty station. Applicants from the February 2023 competition that are offered awards must begin their tenure as a NIST NRC postdoc from June 5, 2023 to December 4, 2023 of the same year that they applied. Applicants from the August 2023 competition that are offered awards must begin their tenure as a NIST NRC postdoc from December 4, 2023 to June 3, 2024 of the following year that they applied. The exact start date window will be provided in the offer letter.

Contacts

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) - Gaithersburg, MD
Ms. Chantale Denis 301-975-2722 chantale.denis@nist.gov
Ms. LaKesha N. Perry 240-753-3172 lakesha.perry@nist.gov
NRC Program Administrator
Dr. Tom Jurkiw 202-334-2782 tjurkiw@nas.edu
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