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Short info about job
Company: Imperial College London
Department: Department of Bioengineering
Salary: £32,380 to £44,220 per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Type / Role: Academic or Research
Phone: +44-1208 4518096
Fax: +44-1367 5092407
Detail information about job Research Assistant/Associate. Terms and conditions vacancy
Salary Range:Research Assistant: £32,380 – £34,040 per annumResearch Associate: £36,800 – £44,220 per annum*(Maximum salary on appointment will be £39,800 per annum)
Fixed-term appointment until 31 July 2020
Imperial College London is a science-based institution with the greatest concentration of high-impact research of any major UK university. The Faculty of Engineering, consistently rated among the best in the world, is made up of 10 academic departments, including the Department of Bioengineering. The Department has consistently been awarded exceptional research ratings, including in the most recent REF assessment (2014), in which 95% our returned research was judged world-leading and internationally excellent. Find out more about our staff benefits, including generous annual leave entitlements and our excellent professional development opportunities, here: http://www.imperial.ac.uk/job-applicants/staff-benefits/.
Applications are invited for a Research Assistant/ Associate in the Department of Bioengineering to contribute to a Global Challenges research programme. The Global Challenges Research Fund is a key component in the delivery of the UK Aid Strategy, tackling global challenges in the national interest. The fund aims to ensure that UK research takes a leading role in addressing the problems faced by developing countries.
Landmine explosions are a leading cause of traumatic amputation in Sri Lanka today. Ninety percent of Sri Lanka’s estimated 160,000 amputees lack proper prosthetic limbs and as such are denied a suitable quality of life following injury. The research programme seeks to develop and clinically deploy appropriate technology for limb salvage. Building on our prior work we will seek to develop a thriving research community between the UK, Sri Lanka, and Lebanon, integrating trauma practice, engineering and clinical research.
We seek a highly motivated individual in possession of a first class, or upper second class, degree (or equivalent) in Bioengineering, Mechanical Engineering or related subject. Experience in finite element analysis, statistical shape modelling and musculoskeletal simulations is essential. A PhD in Biomechanics or a related subject (or equivalent) is desirable but not essential.
We are based in the Department of Bioengineering, a newly refurbished space with excellent research facilities. The appointment is funded via the National Institute for Health Research and is full-time for a fixed-term until 31 July 2020. This post will be based at the South Kensington Campus.
*Candidates who have not yet been officially awarded their PhD will be appointed as Research Assistant within the salary range £32,380 to £34,040 per annum.
For informal enquiries about the post please contact Professor Anthony Bull at [email protected]
Our preferred method of application is online via our website. Please click ‘apply’ below or go to http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/employment. (Select “Job Search” then enter the job title or vacancy reference number into “Keywords”). Please complete and upload an application form as directed quoting reference number EN20170289DL. Further information is also available on the job description.
Any queries regarding the application process should be directed to Melanie Albright at [email protected]
Closing Date: 4 October 2017 (Midnight BST)
Interviews are expected to be held in South Kensington on 6 October 2017.
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