Dear High-Energy Physics Colleagues,

We are writing to encourage all high-energy physics groups to use the Web site academicjobsonline.org (AJO) to process postdoctoral applications, beginning with searches this fall. AJO is an offshoot of a system (mathjobs.org) which was set up by the Duke University math department (under the sponsorship of the American Mathematical Society) and has been widely used by the US mathematics community since 2000. AJO is now available to list academic jobs at institutions throughout North America; job applicants can be from any country.

The plan is that applicants and their recommenders will each make one submission to this site, and have that submission be read by as many North American institutions as desired. To facilitate the use of the site by the High-Energy Physics community, academicjobsonline has created (within the discipline of Physics) subject areas corresponding to the arxiv categories used by members of the DPF. A single job would typically be listed under several subject areas, according to the interests of the group that is advertising the position.

Fees to use the site are $50/yr for a small research group (to list up to two jobs), and $400/yr for Departments (with up to seven job listings). As noted above, each job can be listed under all appropriate subject areas.

Our groups support the use of this site and are in the process of listing our open fall 2009 postdoctoral searches on AJO. We strongly encourage all groups to consider using the site, since its usefulness and convenience increase as more jobs are listed.

We also request that this message be forwarded to potential applicants for HEP postdoctoral positions, so they will be aware of AJO before beginning their job application process this fall.

With best regards,

R. Sekhar Chivukula and Elizabeth H. Simmons
Michigan State University

Jonathan Bagger
Johns Hopkins University

David Morrison
UC Santa Barbara

Michael E. Peskin
SLAC HEP Theory Group

Christopher T. Hill
Fermilab Theory Group

Anthony Aguirre, Tom Banks, Michael Dine, Howard Haber, and Stefano Profumo
Santa Cruz Institute for Particle Physics
University of California, Santa Cruz

Carlos E.M. Wagner and Ian Low
Argonne National Laboratory

Pat Kalyniak, Heather Logan, Stephen Godfrey
Carleton University

Jeff Harvey, Richard Hill, David Kutasov, Emil Martinec, Jon Rosner, Savdeep Sethi, Carlos Wagner
Particle Theory Group, Enrico Fermi Institute
University of Chicago

Danny Marfatia, Doug McKay, and John Ralston
Kansas University

Ikaros Bigi, Antonio Delgado and Chris Kolda
University of Notre Dame

Zvi Bern, Eric D'Hoker, Graciela Gelmini, Per Kraus, Michael Gutperle, and Alex Kusenko
University of California, Los Angeles

Andre de Gouvea and Ian Low
Northwestern University

Markus Luty
UC Davis

Gordy Kane, Katherine Freese, Finn Larsen, Aaron Pierce
High Energy Theory Group, University of Michigan

Ulrich Baur
SUNY Buffalo

Lynne Orr
University of Rochester

Keith Dienes, Ina Sarcevic, Shufang Su, and Doug Toussaint
University of Arizona

Matthew Headrick, Albion Lawrence, and Howard Schnitzer
Theory Group, Martin Fisher School of Physics
Brandeis University.

Edward Farhi, Director
Center for Theoretical Physics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

J. Distler, W. Fischler, V. Kaplunovsky, S. Paban and S. Weinberg
Theory Group, Physics Department
University of Texas at Austin

Tom Banks, Emmanuel Diaconescu, Daniel Friedan, Greg Moore, Sergei Lukyanov, Matthew Strassler, Scott Thomas, Sasha Zamolodchikov
New High Energy Theory Center, Rutgers University

Baha Balantekin, Vernon Barger, Daniel Chung, Lisa Everett, Tao Han, Akikazu Hashimoto, Frank Petriello, Michael Ramsey-Musolf, Gary Shiu
University of Wisconsin, Madison

Matthew Schwartz and Frederik Denef
High-Energy Theory Group
Harvard University

Martin Schmaltz
Boston University

Last Updated: 11/06/2014

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