University of Liverpool

Project Scientist (Battery Electrochemistry and Spectroscopy Evaluation)

University of Liverpool

Liveprool, United Kingdom

The University of Liverpool

Faculty of Science and Engineering

School of Physical Sciences

Department of Chemistry

Project Scientist (Battery Electrochemistry and Spectroscopy Evaluation) – Grade 7

£34,805 – £40,322 pa

Applications are sought for a position Project Scientist in Battery Electrochemistry and Spectroscopy Evaluation.

You should have a PhD in chemistry or materials science. You will undertake research on a range of industry-driven projects in the broad area of Li-ion battery research. The role is responsible for developing new strategic and technological links between the Stephenson Institute of Renewable Energy, industry the Centre for Process Innovation (CPI)- a centre of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult. Expertise in electrochemical and spectroscopic characterisation of battery materials is desirable.

The post is available for 12 months. The position has the possibility of being extended beyond 12 months subject to project activity.

Please note that our e-recruitment site is being upgraded and therefore will be temporarily unavailable from Friday 15 November 2019 5.00pm until Wednesday 27 November 2019. You can either submit your application prior to 15 November 2019 at 5.00pm, or once it is back up and running on 27 November 2019 as the vacancy will remain open until the close date. Please download the Job Description if you wish to prepare your application.

Job Ref: 013090/N Closing Date: 6 December 2019

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