Manchester Metropolitan University – Research, Enterprise & Innovation
to £33,518 per annum (grade 7).
|Placed on:||2018-04-26||26th April 2018|
|Closes:||16th May 2018|
One of the largest research-led science and technology educators in the UK, our Faculty of Science and Engineering offers a world-class teaching environment, covering undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. With genuine trailblazing specialisms and global impact, our exceptional research has created an international reputation for making a transformative contribution to the world around us. We deliver work with real-world impact, and cultivate lasting relationships with businesses, the government and the general public to share our innovation and expertise.
An exciting opportunity has become available to work on a new technology that can remove heavy metal ions from drinking water and embed legacy capability within the organisation. The project will look to develop intellectual property related to the development, optimisation and production of a novel material that will rapidly and efficiency remove heavy metal ions from drinking water and other extreme water environments.
Qualifications we require:
PhD in chemistry or other relevant field and a degree in a science related subject, such as Chemistry, Physics or other relevant subject.
Knowledge and/or experience is required in some of the following:
- You must have presented your PhD work to general audiences and have demonstrated skills in dissemination of their work, such as publishing peer-reviewed journals.
- You will be able to work to deadlines, be proficient and have a can do attitude.
- You will be comfortable working in a team environment.
- You will be capable of working independently and of taking direction.
- You will be enthusiastic and self-motivated.
- Able to organise workload.
- You will have experience of communicating complex concepts in a clear manner to a wide-ranging audience.
- Good analytical expertise such as experience of using ICP-MS and related technology.
For an informal discussion, please contact Professor Craig Banks (email@example.com).
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