|Salary:||£35,333 to £39,745 per annum (pro-rata if part time)|
|Hours:||Full Time, Part Time|
|Placed On:||30th January 2023|
|Closes:||6th February 2023|
This is an exciting opportunity to help increase the research impact of a multidisciplinary research project at the University of Bristol. The successful candidate will work with the team of researchers to promote the outcomes and activities of their research. They will play a leading role in the design and delivery of external engagement, outreach and dissemination activities to increase the reach of the research to public, research, policy and commercial audiences.
This position is part of the multidisciplinary UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS) Node in Functionality project which is exploring how evolving functionality (adaptation) influences how autonomous systems need to be specified, designed, verified, and regulated in order to be trustworthy. The successful candidate will be working with a research project manager and a multidisciplinary team of researchers from ethics, sociology, computer science and engineering who are developing design-for-trustworthiness techniques and methods applicable to a wide range of autonomous systems, including swarm robots, soft robots and unmanned air vehicles (see: https://tasfunctionality.bristol.ac.uk/).
What will you be doing?
You should apply if
Applicants should be enthusiastic about working closely with academic researchers to increase the impact of their research. They should be able to demonstrate skills/experience including:
Please refer to the Job Description for a complete list of skills and experience that will support your application for this role.
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