Research Assistant/Research Fellow in Wastewater Treatment
School/Department School of Water, Energy and Environment
Based at Cranfield Campus, Cranfield, Bedfordshire
Hours of work 37 hours per week, normally worked Monday to Friday. Flexible working will be considered.
Contract type Fixed term contract
Fixed Term Period 14 months
Salary £30,600 per annum (Research Assistant) or £33,309 per annum (Research Fellow)
Apply by 16/02/2021
Research Assistant (if close to completing PhD) or Research Fellow (if PhD obtained) in Wastewater Treatment
Interviews to be held: 24 February 2021
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Within our Wastewater team, you will work closely with colleagues to further understand the fate and transport of micropollutants in wastewater treatments.
You will have a PhD (obtained or near completion) in physical, biological and or chemical sciences or engineering. You will have expertise in wastewater treatment technologies and in validation of analytical protocols involving chromatography and mass spectrometry.
If you have ambition to build your own reputation through research, an impressive publication record and a great student teaching approach, then we would like to hear from you.
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Our equal opportunities and diversity monitoring has shown that that women and minority ethnic groups are currently underrepresented within the university and so we actively encourage applications from eligible candidates from these groups.
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