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RICE Research Fellow Hydrogen Separation Processes

University of South Wales

Location: Port Talbot
Salary: £34,520 to £39,992 per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 22nd October 2018
Closes: 19th November 2018

The University of South Wales`s Sustainable Environment Research Centre (SERC) is seeking an experienced Research Fellow in Hydrogen Separation Processes as part of the ERDF funded project, Reduced Industrial Carbon Emissions (RICE).

The Research Fellow will focus on development and optimal research output from experimental facilities at the University’s Baglan Hydrogen Centre with a particular emphasis on the development of hydrogen separation and purification processes from gaseous industrial streams.

In addition, the Research Fellow will be responsible (together with the SERC management team) for the successful design and installation and subsequent experimentation of a range of new experimental equipment at Baglan as part of the RICE project.

Hence, it is anticipated that the successful candidate will be an accomplished Chemical or Process engineer, with practical experience in the design and overseeing the installation chemical plant, pressure equipment and preferably with experience of design for flammable atmospheres.

This position is based at the Hydrogen Centre Baglan Campus of the University of South Wales.

The terms and conditions of the post (including grade and salary) will be those of the University of South Wales.

Interview Date: Week of 3rd December

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