|£37,099 to £44,263 Grade 7
|22nd November 2023
|14th January 2024
About the role:
We are seeking a brilliant Research Associate to work at the frontier of research in novel food production methods as part of the EPSRC Sustainable Manufacturing Hub CARMA. This project leads a major effort to transform food production, transitioning to an environmentally, economically, and socially sustainable model in which novel manufacturing systems complement traditional food production. This research could drastically reduce carbon emissions and land use compared with traditional meat manufacture, for instance.
Working in a highly multidisciplinary environment, this role will be pivotal in:
You will be supported by CARMA researchers on developing targets to separate from the fractions that are produced.
This is a full-time fixed term post available from March 2024. While this role is for an initial 24 months, we would envision a successful candidate being part of the journey for the longer term, subject to further funding.
For further information about the project and the person specification, please see the Job Description below. For an informal discussion about the role please contact:
Dr Hannah Leese, Reader, on email@example.com
Professor Davide Mattia on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please ensure you submit your application via the University of Bath website.
Our ideal candidate will have:
You will have the attributes to develop into a kind and culturally aware leader who fosters an environment where every individual is valued and respected, regardless of their background or identity. You will proactively seek out diverse perspectives, recognizing the richness and creativity this brings to decision-making and problem-solving. You will remain optimistic in the face of challenges, seeing them as opportunities for growth and innovation.
You will understand that change is inevitable and necessary, actively encouraging those around you to adapt and evolve. By promoting a culture of openness and inclusivity, coupled with a willingness to listen as well as a readiness to embrace change, you will contribute profoundly to a dynamic and empowered team that can thrive in today's rapidly changing world.
You’ll benefit from working in a dynamic multidisciplinary team based at the Dept. of Chemical Engineering on the University of Bath campus. The Department is a top 10 department nationally, which specialises in ground-breaking sustainable technology development, including the development and optimisation of novel foods through cellular agriculture.
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