We have an exciting new Project and Network Manager post available (see advert: https://bit.ly/2AvZeDZ, deadline 2nd February) to spearhead activities for UCL’s Materials, Structures and Manufacturing Group at Harwell Campus (MSM@H).
The post holder will act as face of UCL’s Engineering activities at Harwell, Network Managing the exciting new MRC/BBSRC/EPSRC Technology Touching Life Network on Imaging Dynamic Biochemical and Biophysical Processes, mecheng.ucl.ac.uk/imagingbiopro/.
You will also manage the UCL portions of:
You will act as a contact point for the group, project managing these large research projects, together with organising events from residential courses to large international conferences, together with public engagement.
Please forward to anyone you feel might be interested.
Peter D. Lee,MSM@H Group
Assist. Director, Physical Sciences, Research Complex at Harwell
Rm G17, Research Complex at Harwell, RAL, Didcot, OX11 0FA
Prof. of Materials Science, Rm 4.29 Robert’s Building, UCL Mechanical Engineering, Torrington Place, London, WC1E 7JE
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Jan. 10, 2019
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