You will be working for the James Mae Group, a UK based business operating in the construction, mechanical & electrical, refrigeration and custom automation industries and based in Shipley, West Yorkshire. You will lead a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project to optimize the recently developed technology for the drying of sludge from waste water treatment plants and the subsequent use of the dried sludge in other industries e.g. construction, chemicals recovery etc. together with researchers from the Faculty of Engineering and Informatics (University of Bradford). You will also develop the necessary business models that will ensure commercial success of this new technology.
The ideal candidate will have gained an MEng or MSc and laboratory experience in chemical synthesis, materials characterisation or a related research area. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate strong evidence of project management, planning, team working and problem solving.
The position includes extensive management training and a generous personal development budget of £4,000 over the duration of the project. With the support of academic experts and a KTP Adviser, and full access to university resources, this is an excellent opportunity which offers an extremely interesting, varied and challenging role. The KTP Associate will be an employee of the University of Bradford but will spend most of their working time at James Mae Group, Shipley.
For more information or informal enquiries, please contact Dr Raj Patel on email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01274 233690.
For further details about Knowledge Transfer Partnerships please visit our Business web page: https://www.bradford.ac.uk/business/ktp/