The UCL Energy Institute’s shipping group is hiring a new faculty member in the shipping team, looking for excellent candidates with a passion for research, teaching and enterprise activity that can contribute constructively to the decarbonisation of international shipping.
We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Energy and Transport who will be responsible for leading grant applications and delivering research projects, preparing and delivering teaching and expanding the group's enterprise activity.
As a core member of the Energy and Transport team’s shipping group, this individual has an opportunity to participate in the development and expansion of the UCL Energy Institute’s world leading work on shipping GHG reduction and related transport and energy demand teaching, research and enterprise. The successful candidate will be responsible for leading grant applications and delivering research projects, preparing and delivering teaching particularly in the new UCL Energy ESDA MSc programme, and expanding the group’s enterprise activity.
With the emphasis towards the disciplines associated with data analytics, the ideal candidate is experienced in quantitiative analysis, data-centric modelling and energy epidemiology. The candidate should have a background in transport and energy related topics and ideally the shipping sector.
Closing date: 10th June
Interview date: TBC
To download the full job description and to apply please visit the UCL Human Resrouces website.