We're hiring: Research Fellow on the CAMELLIA project
27 November 2019
Come and work for the Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering on the CAMELLIA project: Community Water Management for a Liveable London.
Duties and Responsibilities
The UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering is a world-leading centre of research and teaching excellence where we pursue a deeper understanding of the interactions between the built environment and health, human wellbeing, productivity, energy use and climate change.
The post holder will work with an interdisciplinary team to develop, design and deliver a body of high quality research into the complex system that relates to water management in London and sustainability questions in cities more widely. The work will primarily focus on qualitative research and system dynamics.
The post is funded for three years (with the option of part time to a minimum 0.75 FTE) in the first instance, further funding to support the post may be available.
The ideal candidate will have a PhD and research experience in a relevant subject area (community water management, sustainability, system dynamics, other social science, humanities, engineering, science) or commensurate experience. Sound knowledge of system dynamics modelling, qualitative research and participatory engagement/modelling as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills.
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