School / Class School of Water, Energy and Environment
Based on Cranfield Campus, Cranfield, Bedford
Working hours He works 37 hours a week, usually Monday through Friday. Flexible work is considered.
Type of contract Permanent contract
Fixed deadline 3 years
Salary Full-time basic wages typically range from, 43,351 to, 48,323 a year, which can grow to, 60,403 a year.
Apply by 03/10/2021
About SWEE and C-DICE
Hub, Development Manager of the Water, Energy and Environment School (SWEE), works directly with the Center for Infrastructure, Cities and Energy (C-DICE), led by Lofboro University, with members of Cranfield University and the University’s C-DICE team, including the University of Birmingham.
C-DES will focus on how to build and sustain the advanced skills needed to create a world-class pipeline for infrastructure, cities and energy (IC and E) accelerating the acceleration of zero-carbon society by 2050. Extensive research effort.
About his role
Develop training opportunities for post-doctoral researchers – The role owner is responsible for setting up the training center. Working with C-DICE partner institutions Your role will be to manage the training path of industry and academic partners. Increasing Post-Graduate Opportunities for Zero Appropriate Postgraduate Opportunities Hub’s central role as the project grows and operates in C-DICE. This includes taking responsibility for coordinating and analyzing training opportunities and needs, mobilizing skills around the C-DICE partnership, organizing learning events, and developing training methods in collaboration with industry and academia. The training center development manager is based in Cranfield and works closely with colleagues in Lawborough and Birmingham. Training and Development Assistant Management Line will play an important role in ensuring the development and promotion of various courses and learning experiences for academics and industry professionals. In addition to developing and delivering training methods from Level 4 to 7.
You will have a BSc / BA / BEd degree in Engineering, Science, Applied Science, Communication Science and / or Teaching. Ideally you will have a PhD, or Master’s research experience, or significant industry experience in the subject matter for C-DICE. With excellent communication skills, you will experience post-graduate training / learning development and best practices and innovation.
Doctoral research experience is not necessary. However, you will understand the different roles and professions of post-doctoral researchers as well as how to develop and fund research in the UK A-HE sector.
In return, you join a support group and community and have exciting opportunities for professional development. And the opportunity to collaborate with academic and technical professionals in these world-leading research and educational institutions.
Our common, defined values help to identify who we are and to support everything we do – desire; Impact; Respect; And community. Learn more here. Our goal is to create and maintain a culture in which everyone can work together and study and realize their full potential.
Diversity and inclusion
Our Equal Opportunities and Diversity Monitoring has shown that women and minorities are currently under-represented at the University, and we actively encourage applications from eligible candidates from these groups.
To further demonstrate our commitment to gender diversity in STEM, we are members of WES and Working Families, and International Women’s Sponsors on Engineering Day.
We actively consider flexible work options such as overtime, compressed or flexible hours and / or part of homework, and promise to explore opportunities for each role. Learn more here.
How to apply
For an informal discussion about this opportunity, please call (T) +44 (0) 1234 754953 or (e) pjlonghurst @ cranfield.ac.uk @ cranfield.ac.uk
Apply now online. For more details, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Please refer to reference number 3750.