15 January 2013
The UCL Energy Institute and partner institute the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources are advertising for the following posts:
Senior Research Associate in Energy Systems (UCL Energy Institute)
The UCL Energy Institute is seeking to appoint a Senior Research Associate (SRA) in Energy Systems to undertake dedicated projects in energy systems analysis as a key member of the UK’s leading energy systems and modelling research team. You will work on a range of projects including the UK Energy Research Centre (the UK’s flagship whole energy systems research centre), technology innovation modelling under the Whole Systems Energy Modelling (wholeSEM) consortium, demand modelling development work on the Energy Technology Institute’s ESME systems model, and behavioural and uncertainty modelling under the FP7 Advance Project.
The post is initially funded for 24 months, but may be extended if further funding becomes available.
Hours: Full Time
Salary: (inclusive of London allowance)£40,216 - £47,441 per annum
Reference numer: 1304250
Closing Date: 10 Feb 2013
Interview date: Friday 22nd February 2013
Business & Finance Officer (UCL Energy Institute and the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources)
The UCL Energy Institute and UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources are the University’s mechanism for bringing together a wide range of perspectives, understandings and procedures in energy and resource research, transcending the boundaries between academic disciplines. We are seeking to appoint a Business and Finance Administrator to provide key support to the research, consultancy and teaching activities. Joining the central administration team, the role holder is expected to manage and develop day-to-day financial processes and support our consultancy business.
Hours: Full Time
Salary: (inclusive of London allowance) £26,186 - £30,688 per annum
Reference number: 1306143
Closing date: 10 Feb 2013
Interview date: 27 February 2013
BHP Billiton Chair in Sustainable Global Resources (UCL ISR)
UCL ISR invites applications for the BHP Billiton Chair in Sustainable Global Resources from candidates with an outstanding record of research and publication in the sustainability of resource use, with a strong background in either natural or social science, or both.
The suitable candidates will have a background in the use and availability of natural resources and sustainable development. The successful candidate must be highly motivated with a track record in winning research funding, probably including from research councils. They will also have international experience and an international reputation, and are likely to have worked across disciplines within the natural and physical sciences, or across these and the social sciences. They are also likely to have held prestigious research fellowships or other comparable appointments. The successful candidate would be expected to assume a leadership role within the UCL ISR, working closely with the Institute Director and with a range of international research partners and stakeholders in business and policy-making.
Hours: Full time
Salary: Negotiable on the professorial scale, but not less than £62,110 per annum
Reference Number: 1297018
Closing Date: 18 January 2013
Interview Date: February 2013 - dates tbc