We are permanently applying for grants and often receiving awards. 
When an award is available we announce a search for PhD applicants.
Graduate students can apply every years, preferably in December-February in order get a full consideration. The list of required documents can be found on web page: http://www.physics.montana.edu/grad/adapp.htm. There are several kinds of support for graduate students: scholarships for teaching assistant, mini RA (research assistant), and full RA.

Graduate Student(s)

It is expected that during first two years he/she will continue his/her education (to study some special courses, pass through examinations...). Then during next years (2-3-4...- depending on wishes and efficiency) he/she will carry out the EPR/ENDOR study of advanced materials for photonics, optoelectronics and integrated optics applications including nanomaterials; will assist in students teaching and prepare his/her PhD thesis. A support related to these duties is about $17,000 per year. There are no restrictions on citizenship, however good English (TOEFL) is required.

Applications should be sent to Assoc. Prof. G.Malovichko, 243 EPS, Physics Department, Montana State University, Bozeman 59717 Montana, USA (Email:).

Research Scientist Position in Physics Department at Montana State University (when announced)

The research scientist has the following responsibilities: to direct and assist in the operation, maintenance, and applications support of the EPR spectrometers (Varian E-109 and modern Bruker ELEXSYS E-560); to supervise and assist students in day-to-day operations; to participate in the research related with current projects. A Ph.D. in Physics or Chemistry is required. Excellent communications and interpersonal skills are essential. There are no restrictions on citizenship. Applications must include: a curriculum vitae, a list of publications, a summary of previous and current research (limited to 3 pages), and a one or two page statement of how your research interests could fit into the program described in http://www.physics.montana.edu/faculty/malovichko/.

Applications should be sent to Assoc. Prof. G.Malovichko, 243 EPS, Physics Department, Montana State University, Bozeman 59717 Montana, USA (Email:). Applicants must also arrange for two-three letters of reference to be sent to the same address. Salary is dependent upon experience and efficiency (initial salary is about $3000 per month). The initial duration of this appointment is one year, with the option of extending the appointment up to three or more years, depending on project funding and performance. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 
Montana State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

If you are interested in a position in our lab, you can send your application in advance. The application will be stored in our databank, and you will be immediately informed about the position search when it announced.