BMA-9 Researcher - Electrical Energy Storage - IERC
Contract Type: Full Time
The International Energy Research Centre (IERC), hosted at Tyndall National Institute, invites applications for the position of Researcher in the thematic area of Embedded and Distributed Generation Systems.
The IERC is a translational research centre focused on delivering demand side energy efficiency through the development of integrated, systems level solutions. IERC research projects bring together value chains of Industry Partners (Energy Service Companies, Technology Integrators, Facilities Management Companies, ICT and Telecoms Companies, etc.), with leading Research Institutions to deliver innovative and commercially relevant solutions to the Energy Sector. The Centre is currently developing new activity under the strategic thematic areas of Low Carbon Heating and Cooling, Energy Efficiency and Analytics and Distributed Generation Systems.
The IERC core research team includes researchers and senior researchers, who report to the Head of Research and conduct specified pieces of research, as directed by the IERC Steering Committee.
The role of researcher is mainly, but not exclusively, to carry out Innovation Needs Assessments (INAs) and strategic research planning activities in order to define research objectives and research output specifications. They will act as translators of both industry needs and academic research objectives in order to bring about highly structured and well defined research projects.
The Researcher – Electrical Energy Storage role will conduct research on electrical energy storage systems and their applications in the thematic area of Embedded and Distributed Generation Systems to support the IERC in its development and implementation of its industry led research project portfolio.
IERC Researchers are expected to participate in the definition and execution of fully collaborative projects, particularly where special expertise can make a direct contribution and generally for quality control purposes. 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 EU and other external funding streams.
Appointment may be made on the IUA Researcher Scale €36,853 - €43,828.
Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Beth Massey, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further information on the Department is available at http://www.ierc.ie/.
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