EUED Centres Coordinator

EUED Centres Coordinator Ref: 1466915 

UCL Department / Division: UCL Energy Institute

Grade: 7

Hours:  Full Time

Salary (inclusive of London allowance): £33,353 – £40,313 per annum

The appointment is EPSRC funded initially for 3 years.

Duties and Responsibilities

End Use Energy Demand (EUED)

The UK is legally obliged to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80% by 2050. As part of the Government’s commitment to achieving this reduction, the Research Council’s UK Energy Programme has committed over £30 million to the establishment of six End Use Energy Demand Centres, and a further £13 million has been committed by industrial partners. The centres will run for 5 years initially and will work collaboratively to conduct research to help better understand the UK’s future energy needs

EUED Centre Directors Group

The aim of the EUED Centre Directors Group is to ensure the UK is recognised as internationally leading in End Use Energy Demand (EUED) research. This will be achieved through the creation, communication and application of a coherent view of the activities of the UK’s network of EUED Centres.

The EUED Centres Coordinator

The EUED Centres Coordinator will provide a single point of contact for the EUED Centres Group both internally and for a wide range of external stakeholders and organisations from corporate, government and funding organisations. The post holder will play a key role in the co-ordination of the EUED Centres group, will be responsible for administration and management, communications, events and the development of research and collaboration between the EUED Centres. They will work with the EUED Centre Directors and others to support and expand on the work of the EUED Centres.

Key Requirements

The successful candidate will have an interest in energy, and will be able to demonstrate enthusiasm for collaboration. They will possess the attention to detail, strong analytical skills, and excellent communication skills required to gather evidence and map the capabilities of the EUED Centres group and support the development of a new strategy for promotion and co-ordination of activities. The post is ideally suited to somebody who wants to gain experience in research management, translation and communication.

Further Details

Job description and person specification EUED Centres Co-ordinator Job Description

For further information please contact: Andrew Smith, Academic Manager RCUK Centre for Energy Epidemiology (CEE) (andrew.smith@ucl.ac.uk), 020 3108 5904.

Closing Date: 5 Jul 2015

Interview date: Monday 20th July 2015

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