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The MagLab is funded by the National Science Foundation and the State of Florida.


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The MagLab employs a diverse and innovative workforce that includes scientists, machinists, engineers, administrators, writers and artists.

The lab is an exciting and international place to work and study, where on any given day you can hear dozens of languages spoken in our halls. Hundreds of people work at the lab’s headquarters in Tallahassee or the lab's two facilities at the University of Florida and at Los Alamos National Lab in New Mexico.

Learn more about the many diverse career opportunities - from research positions in physics, engineering, chemistry, biology and more, to positions on our lab wide support teams - all in service to the world's largest and highest-powered magnet lab and the cutting-edge research that this facility enables.

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Job Opportunities

Want to work at the MagLab? We strive to attract the best and brightest faculty, staff, student and postdocs to work across our three sites and propel high field science forward. Explore our innovative lab, competitive benefits, family-friendly policies, professional development opportunities, and apply to become part of the world’s largest and highest-powered magnet laboratory.

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Life at the Lab

Learn more about the resources, amenities, community and quality of life at the MagLab and its three locations.

Meet our Staff

MagLab staff come from around the world and work in many different fields. Get to know some of them.


Mentorship is a way of life at the MagLab. Learn about formal and informal mentorship at the lab nurturing our next generation of employees.

What Inspires Our Scientists?

What everyday items have inspired our scientists to their careers at the MagLab?