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Information on vacancies will be posted below as they arise.

External Jobs

SHFCA 12 Week Placement

Deadline: Wednesday 27th June 2018

An opportunity has arisen to join The Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association as a 12 week EPP placement into a key operational role during the run up to our 10th SHFCA Annual Conference in Dundee on 26th September.

Supporting the CEO, the Assistant will provide SHFCA with much needed support, particularly in relation to the arrangements for membership activity, member meetings, and the Annual Conference.

The start date is Monday 16th July. Apply at https://www.brightgreenbusiness.org.uk/placements/current-opportunities?id=43.

SRPe PEER and PECRE Placements

Deadline:31st August 2018

The awards will fund applications that focus on one or more of the SRPe strategic priority themes listed below:
•    Advanced Manufacturing
•    Robotics & Autonomous Systems
•    Infrastructure & Environment
•    Engineering at the Life Sciences Interface

PEER (Pools Engagement in European Research)

Awards of £2-10K

Supports engagement in European collaboration & funding opportunities, eg:
•    networking & promoting research capabilities
•    developing collaborative relationships
•    policy influencing
•    project preparation & development of proposals

PECRE (Postgraduate & Early Career Researcher Exchanges)

Awards of £2- 7.5K

Provides skills and capabilities development opportunities for postgraduates & early career researchers to build experience of international collaboration with academia and / or industry across Europe, North America, China and India.

Find out more and apply at http://researchscotland.ac.uk/.

 

NPL: Higher Research Scientist - Fuel Cells

Deadline: 12th July

Location: Teddington

NPL’s Electrochemistry Group has a world-leading reputation in the development of in situ diagnostic techniques and standard test methods to assess the performance of fuel cell and electrolyser systems. Working closely with the Gas and Particle Metrology group at NPL, they have ambitious plans to expand their research portfolio to support the take up of a hydrogen economy.

An opportunity now exists for an electrochemist/material scientist to join the Electrochemistry Group. This world-class research team is highly multi-disciplinary and is currently engaged in a range of research activities across the themes of corrosion, interfacial chemistry and catalysis, electrochemical imaging, fuel cells, electrolysers and batteries. The initial focus of this role will be supporting the delivery of projects exploring the impact of contaminants in hydrogen on fuel cell systems.

Visit http://careers.npl.co.uk/vacancies/ for more.