|Salary:||£38,194 to £50,834 per annum|
|Placed On:||5th August 2022|
|Closes:||31st August 2022|
Campus: South Kensington, London
Closing date: 1 month external
Applications are invited for a Research Associate to study experimentally smouldering Artic fires and join Imperial Hazelab which is the multidisciplinary research group led by Prof. Guillermo Rein based the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London. The purpose of Hazelab is to reduce the worldwide burden of accidental fires and protect people, their property, and the environment.
The project, named FireFrost, is part of the newly launched Leverhulme Centre for Wildfires, Environment and Society held jointly between Imperial College London and King’s College London along with other UK universities.
Duties and Responsibilities
As a Research Associate on this project, you will:
Skills, knowledge and experience
In order to be considered for this position, you must:
This is a fixed term position for up to 15 months in the first instance.
Candidates who have not yet been officially awarded their PhD will be appointed as a Research Assistant within the salary range £38,194 - £50,834 per annum.
Our preferred method of application is via our website. Please visit our website using the provided link for more information about the post and the application process.
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