Project Officer - Future Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Hub
Cardiff University leads the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) funded Future Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Hub with three academic partners: UCL (University College London), the University of Manchester and the University of Sheffield.
The Hub will utilise Europe-leading facilities at the Institute for Compound Semiconductors (ICS) and the Compound Semiconductor Centre (CSC) that will translate research into large-scale CS growth and device fabrication.
As part of the Manufacturing Hub programme the School of Physics and Astronomy is seeking to appoint a Project Officer to manage existing Hub work packages and InnovateUK projects and future related activities. The Manufacturing Hub is funded for 7 years (with a mid-term review) and is expected to become self-sustaining over this period.
You will provide advice, guidance and support to the Director and Hub Management Board to ensure the successful delivery of Hub targets on time and within budget. This will involve coordinating activity across the Universities and close cooperation with our industrial partners. You will ensure compliance with all contractual, administrative and reporting requirements of EPSRC funding and the University. This will include organising and supporting the Hub Strategic Advisory Board. You will be supported in this role by School administrative staff and staff working in Research and Innovation Services.
Please submit with your completed application form your full CV and a statement of research interests and career goals (2 pages max) addressing the criteria in the person specifications.
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This role is full-time (35 hour per week) and fixed term for 3 years.
Salary: £40,523 - £46,924 per annum (Grade 7)
Closing date: Friday, 30 June 2017
Cardiff University reserves the right to close this vacancy early should sufficient applications be received.
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