St John’s College invites applications for up to four Research Fellowships, tenable for up to four years from 1 October 2022. The Fellowships offer an opportunity to carry out independent research in a stimulating and supportive academic environment. Applications will be accepted from any graduate of a university within or outside the United Kingdom.
For details please see https://sjcamrf.flexigrant.com
Applications must be submitted online and received by 14.00 BST on Tuesday 21 September 2021.
Technology will drive radical changes in transport in the next 10 years. You will be part of the New Mobility Technology directorate enable a greener, more sustainable and effective transport system of the future, for goods and people, with the aims to:
Stimulate innovation in the transport sector.
Create new transport markets.
Transition to new transport system
Maintain UK’s position as world leading innovator, decarbonizing the transport for the benefit of the society.
To achieve these aims, we apply a holistic systems approach to innovation, bringing together the inter-related components of a successful innovation Programme to maximize impact and leverage initiatives.
This will be a key role within CPC’s New Mobility Technology directorate, with an expectation to focus significantly on leading project activities in Clean Mobility and helping support the UK and its transport supply chain transition to zero emission mobility. This role will require a combination of leading technical work and supporting thought-leadership within CPC in developing the strategy and project portfolio for Clean mobility, which could span different transport modes including road, rail, and water-borne applications.
We are looking for creative and energetic individuals, with a passion for making a difference and with the ability to contribute and accelerate the development of sustainable mobility initiatives. A passion for delivering a cleaner, greener transport system which ensures clean air in our cities and contributes to the UK’s 2050 ‘net zero’ carbon target.
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