|Salary:||£28,762 to £31,411 Grade 6 (1198)|
|Placed On:||1st February 2023|
|Closes:||8th February 2023|
Salary: Full time starting salary is normally in the range £28,762 to £31,411 with potential progression once in post to £35,333
Fixed Term contract up to August 2023
TRANSITION is a UK wide Clean Air Network programme led by the University of Birmingham in collaboration with nine universities and over 20 cross-sector partners, which seeks to deliver air quality and health benefits associated with the UK transition to a low-emission transport economy. The academic investigators and policy, public, commercial, and not-for-profit sector partners undertake joint research, to co-define indoor and outdoor air quality challenges and to co-deliver innovative, evidence-based solutions.
Working within the scope and objectives of the TRANSITION Clean Air Network the Research Associate will be responsible for supporting network activities and delivering research and impact focussed outputs through a range of projects. Projects will be undertaken in collaboration with a broad range of academic and network partners – spanning public/private and not-for profit sectors.
The successful candidate will work with the TRANSITION Clean Air Network team and external stakeholders to support application of clean air science to deliver meaningful impact in the transport and health domains. The Research Associate will work under the overall direction of Suzanne Bartington (TRANSITION Clean Air Network PI) with project specific technical support and direction being provided by individual Co-Investigators and external partners.
Informal enquires to Suzanne Bartington, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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