COH-04 Researcher - Building Energy Modelling
CONTRACT: Full Time/Specified Purpose
The International Energy Research Centre (IERC) core research team is a multi-disciplinary, collaborative research group, who conduct specific pieces of research to meet the needs of industry and as approved by the IERC Steering Committee. The core research team report to the Head of Group who reports to the IERC Head of Energy Research.
The role of an IERC researcher is to deliver research outputs based on the translation of both industry needs and academic research ambitions such that highly structured and well defined research projects can be defined, developed and delivered. IERC researchers are expected to develop Innovation Needs Assessments (INAs) and contribute to strategic research planning activities in order to define research objectives and research output specifications.
IERC researchers are expected to participate in fully collaborative projects, particularly where special expertise can make a direct contribution and advance IERC’s objectives. IERC researchers are expected to have both academic and industry experience, together with a sound understanding of the wider energy landscape beyond their area of expertise. All researchers will be expected to initiate and contribute to writing of proposals for European and other external funding streams.
This post is a full-time, specified purpose position linked to the funding opportunities of the IERC.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
Detailed practical experience and reasonable working knowledge of at least one of the following:
It is strongly desirable that candidates are able to demonstrate an ability to develop bespoke models for programs outside their usual knowledge as may become necessary during the course of research projects.
Appointment may be made on the IUA Scale for Post-Doctoral Researchers €38,630-€45,942 pa. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy.
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Closing date of applications is 31st January, 2022
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