|Salary:||£36,024 to £56,021|
|Placed On:||13th September 2023|
|Closes:||12th October 2023|
Term: Fixed for 24 months
SEARCH focusses on automated in-process inspection of high-value components at the point of manufacture, working alongside industrial partners in the Energy, Marine, Defence and Aerospace sectors. Featuring a new £2.1M laboratory and housing state-of-the-art equipment, SEARCH aims to deliver impact at pace and scale to key external partners.
You will form part of an amazing, diverse and inclusive team of talented people consisting of 8 academics, over 35 researchers/PhD Students and multiple technicians that provide specialist knowledge and technical expertise across a range of innovative technologies.
As a SEARCH Research Fellow, you’ll have a role that’s out of the ordinary - Working alongside SEARCH colleagues you will research and develop the latest cutting-edge novel innovations in in-process inspection at the point of manufacture.
Daily activities within the role will include one or more of the following depending on skills and experience:
You will be lead and be responsible for aspects related to enhancing the in-process inspection, imaging and defect detection/interpretation in weld and additive manufacturing Non Destructive Testing/Evaluation (NDT/E) and in-process inspections. You will be motivated by the aim of acquiring, interpreting and reporting scientific in-process inspection results to the supervision team, industrial stakeholders, and the overall project team. Scientific publication and dissemination of results will be required, through both academic journals and conferences.
To be considered for the role, you will have a good honours degree and PhD / higher degree (or equivalent professional experience) in appropriate discipline. (e.g. mechanical & electrical engineering, physics, automation); or have equivalent relevant experience in addition to a relevant Degree. You will have an ability to conduct individual research work, manage and supervise other researchers, disseminate results and be responsible for acquisition of funding (as PI/Co-I). You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, with an ability to listen, engage and persuade and to present complex information in an accessible way to a range of audiences, and you will have the ability to work as part of a team, integrating with existing research team members and collaborating effectively with both academic and industrial partners.
The Research Fellow will be required to travel to partner sites for technical meetings and project demonstrations on a regular basis and, as such, applicants must be willing and able to travel. Applications from candidates with a valid UK driving licence are therefore desirable.
Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Prof. Charles MacLeod, Professor (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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