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|Name of Recruiter||University of Manchester|
|Name of Job Position||Academic ,Professional & Research|
|Jobs Type||Fresher Jobs in United Kingdom|
|Application Deadline||Not Applicable|
|Salary||All jobs with a salary of at least Grade 7: £32,816 to £40,322 per annum depending relevant experience.|
Applications are invited for the above position, ideally starting as soon as possible, to join the ‘One Bin to Rule Them All’ project funded by the UK Research & Innovation’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund – Smart Sustainable Plastic Packaging. ‘One Bin to Rule Them All’ aims to improve compliance with recycling by developing ‘one bin’ to hold all plastic-like items and improving recycling infrastructure to create more valuable recycled plastics that can be fed back into a circular economy. To achieve this, The University of Manchester has brought together a cross-sector consortium of 17 industry partners and local authorities to help solve three key challenges in the plastics life cycle: improving methods of chemical and mechanical recycling; developing business models to derive value from reused plastic for industry; and understanding consumer practices that lead to enhanced recycling compliance.
Led by Prof Michael Shaver (Director of the Sustainable Materials Innovation Hub and Sustainability Champion for the Henry Royce Institute), Dr Maria Sharmina (Senior Lecturer in Energy and Sustainability, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research) and Dr Helen Holmes (Lecturer in Social Science, Sustainable Consumption Institute), the project will draw upon the University’s uniquely diverse research community, bringing together expertise from materials science, economics and social science.
You will explore mechanical and chemical recycling processes that help identify and retain value in recyclate. The Work Package (WP) will involve selective depolymerisation, extrusion, mechanical and thermal characterisation as tools to prioritise advanced sorting applications in waste management to improve the circularity of plastics.
You will be based within interdisciplinary and collegiate teams of researchers at the Sustainable Materials Innovation Hub (SMI Hub) and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research in the University of Manchester. We are looking for a person with a passion for research and a demonstrable skill to work in a highly interdisciplinary environment. Aligned with the SMI Hub’s and Tyndall Centre’s missions, you will contribute towards the research team’s efforts to conduct research with genuine impact on policy and practice, and to publish in the very highest quality journals (indicatively, these might be Nature Materials, Nature Sustainability, and Journal of Environmental Science & Policy). This is a 36-month post in the first instance, with a possibility of extension. Flexible working arrangements will be considered.
More detailed information about the responsibilities of the post and selection criteria can be found in the ‘Further Particulars’ document attached at the bottom of this advert.
University of Manchester Jobs The Sustainable Materials Innovation Hub (SMI Hub) :-
The Sustainable Materials Innovation Hub (SMI Hub) sits within the Henry Royce Institute at the University of Manchester. The new facility supports innovations in waste management and more sustainable plastics. World class, interlinking laboratories are equipped with capability to characterise, synthesise and test polymers, including evaluating their performance at end-of-life, facilitating innovation in new sustainable materials, improved methods of recycling, and validation of emerging processes with our industrial partners.
University of Manchester Jobs Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research :-
Tyndall Manchester conducts interdisciplinary research in the fields of energy, decarbonisation, circular economy, and climate change mitigation. Based in the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Tyndall Manchester also enjoys excellent links to departments across the University including the Alliance Manchester Business School, the Centre for Atmospheric Science and the Dalton Nuclear Institute. It brings together engineers, scientists, social scientists and economists, working together to develop sustainable responses to climate change through interdisciplinary research and dialogue at a local and national level.
University of Manchester Jobs Sustainable Consumption Institute :-
The Sustainable Consumption Institute is an established research centre for the study of sustainable consumption in the context of environmental change. It incorporates scholars from across the faculty of Humanities, including Sociology, Politics and Business Studies. The current research agenda of the Institute is focused on ‘Materialising Sustainability and Re-Imagining Futures’ including research on resource use within planetary boundaries, unequal access to goods and services, and digital futures. This agenda aims to deepen and extend academic thinking about the urgent socio-technical and political challenges of our time.
The post holder will work predominantly in the Sustainable Materials Innovation Hub but is expected to work collaboratively with our partner Institutes. The post will provide the researcher with a direct link to these communities and allow the researcher to be part of a supportive and diverse team within the University of Manchester.
The School is committed to promoting equality and diversity, including the Athena SWAN charter for promoting women’s careers in STEMM subjects (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) in higher education. The School holds a Bronze Award for their commitment to the representation of women in the workplace and we particularly welcome applications from women for this post. All appointments will be made on merit. For further information, please visit: http://www.materials.manchester.ac.uk/about-us/athena-swan/
Blended working arrangements may be considered
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