|Salary:||£34,188 to £40,128 (dependent on pension scheme membership) plus training package|
|Placed On:||6th December 2022|
|Closes:||15th January 2023|
Fixed term for 24 months
Salary: £34,188 - £40,128 (dependent on pension scheme membership) plus training package
Keele University has been awarded a 24-month Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with TMT First Ltd funded by Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. TMT First have developed and had approved by Samsung, technology that allows it to repair and refurbishment mobile devices using fewer components. This has a signification benefit in terms of environmental impact and cost saving, allowing TMT First to keep mobile technology alive for longer. We intend to optimise & scale the use of this technology immediately and continue to enhance it over the period supported by this KTP.
The main focus of the TMT First Ltd KTP is to deliver a strategic project to apply leading-edge data technology to enable and sustainable a whole business growth strategy through implementing and re-evaluating of data tools and techniques to serve TMT’s expansion, sustainability, and creativity. Drawing on data sources to systematically deliver whilst instilling evidence-based rigor to the systems that are being intuitively used.
This project will be supervised by the School of Computing and Mathematics and Keele Business School. Keele Business School has been identified as a strategically important area of development within the University. Over the period to 2023 we anticipate a significant expansion of the School with growth occurring across a broad front, through the development of new courses, exploitation of opportunities for international collaborations, a strengthening of our research portfolio and development of enterprise activities. The School’s vision is to be recognised as an international business school that transforms individual lives, enhances social bonds and contributes to the creation of sustainable value.
The Knowledge Transfer Partnership scheme is one of the UK's largest graduate recruitment schemes (http://ktp.innovateuk.org/) and is a three-way collaborative project between the Associate, the Company and the University. It provides an opportunity for the successful applicant to manage a challenging project central to a Company’s strategic development and long term growth. The KTP Associate will be a Keele University employee who will spend most of their working time at TMT First Ltd whilst being supported by a dedicated academic supervision team at the University. A protected budget is also available to the Associate for training and personal development.
Skills required: The post holder will hold a minimum of a master’s degree (or equivalent), preferably a PhDs in applied computer science or similar. Working knowledge and experience in: - the use of systematic review and analysis tools - the use of systems theory and quantitative methods. Practical experience of ~Machine Learning and related techniques and Project management. The most recent qualification must have been awarded within five years.
Keele University values equality and diversity across our workforce and to ensuring our staff community is reflective of the diversity of our student population. In support of these commitments the University welcomes applications from individuals of Black, Asian and ethnic minority backgrounds for all roles.
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