|Salary:||£27,929 to £34,308 Grade 6, per annum|
|Placed On:||27th January 2023|
|Closes:||12th February 2023|
The University of Bath Institute for Sustainability is looking for a motivated and hard-working Coordinator to provide administrative support and financial administration for coordination of its Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Sustainable and Chemical Technologies (CSCT).
An interest in sustainability is preferred, as you will work closely with PhD students and researchers in Sustainable Technologies and Systems, as well as with the Institute's team to provide support in a variety of tasks including:
This is a very dynamic role where the ability to work with people from different backgrounds as well as build strong interpersonal relationships is key, as you will interact with a variety of internal and external stakeholders on a daily basis.
We are looking for a highly organised individual with the ability to juggle different tasks and a keen eye for detail, as well as a positive attitude. You will possess a conscientious approach to work, a well-developed sense of responsibility as well as a high degree of flexibility. Capacity for autonomous and pro-active working as well as the ability to contribute to a team is essential.
Sustainability is one of three strategic themes for research at the University of Bath. Centred on Science and Technology Driven Sustainability, the Institute for Sustainability brings together a unique range of expertise to address the core focus of sustainability, spanning curiosity-driven molecular science, challenge-led fundamental science, applied science and engineering, and whole systems approaches.
The Institute currently has two overarching research themes – sustainable chemical technologies and sustainable systems. We apply interdisciplinarity across all spheres of activity: research-led education; PhD training; Early Career Researchers’ development; fundamental and applied research; international collaboration; policy, public engagement; and knowledge exchange.
We are leaders in many areas, including many large EPSRC initiatives such as the CDT in Sustainable Chemical Technologies, which will host this position.
Our research, training and innovation programmes are underpinned by world-class facilities housing state-of-the-art equipment for chemical and material characterisation, analysis and testing, computation, and digitisation as well as for scale-up of chemical, biochemical and materials manufacturing and processing.
This is a fixed-term position until December 2023.
For informal enquiries about this role please contact Francesca Guiso Gallisai, Operations Director, Institute for Sustainability (firstname.lastname@example.org), however, please submit your application via the University website.
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