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Project Officer - 14156-1

Applications are invited for a Project Officer role within the Heat Pipe Research Group of Brunel University London. 

College / Directorate
College of Engineering, Design & Physical Sciences
Department
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Posted Date
10/05/2022
Closing Date
07/07/2022
Ref No
3145
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Salary (Grade H2): £34,304 - £40,927 per annum plus £2,166 London Weighting Allowance.

Full-time, fixed term to 30th September 2024

Applications are invited for a Project Officer role within the Heat Pipe Research Group of Brunel University London. The overall objective of the project is to define modular and replicable solutions for Plus Energy Houses (PEHs), accounting for climate and cultural differences, while engaging all key players involved in the building life cycle; to create comfortable, efficient, and affordable indoor environments. CULTURAL-E will develop technologies and solution sets that are tailorable to specific contexts and energy demands, as well as performing a comprehensive optimization of the value/cost ratio of PEHs.

Applications are invited from highly motivated individuals. The Project Officer is a key element of this project and will ensure that the project is delivered. The successful candidate will be managing the reporting, milestones delivery, administration and dissemination side of the project in addition to being the point of contact in the project  under the management of Professor Hussam Jouhara.

The successful applicant will be joining the Heat Pipe and Thermal Management Research Group, led by the Professor Jouhara, to work on the above-mentioned tasks/project. The successful candidate will also be involved in a broad range of theory, development and empirical work to support the scientific objectives. This role also includes attending project meetings and working with other  European project partners on the relevant activities. 

Closing date for applications: 23 May 2021.

Brunel University London is fully committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive workforce culture. We support flexible working. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities, we particularly welcome applicants who are currently under- represented in our workforce.