Jobs opportunities

Opportunities listed on this page are from across the whole Civil and Environmental Engineering Department. 

Job Title and Vacancy Reference NumberAny queries regarding the application process for all posts should be directed to Lucy Chivers at l.chivers@imperial.ac.uk.

Informal enquiries about the post should be directed to the contact below. 
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PRO00839. Hoffman Research Associate in Water Innovation
This two-year Fellowship will focus on water innovation. The Fellow will help to build and drive intensive collaborations to deliver research and action-oriented recommendations in the field of water innovation.

The André Hoffmann Fellowship for the Fourth Industrial Revolution offers early-career academics the opportunity to work at the intersection of society, science and technology through a joint appointment between the World Economic Forum and Imperial College London.

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Professor Mike Templeton at 
28 May 2023 
ENG02599. Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Fluid Mechanics
We are looking to complement and enhance the Section’s existing activities that help address key societal challenges through fluid mechanics research.  Applications are welcome from outstanding candidates working within any area of civil engineering fluid mechanics or from branches of fluid mechanics with civil and/or environmental engineering relevance.

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Professor Graham Hughes
26 May 2023
ENG02592. Research Associate - Hydrogen Embrittlement (Modelling)
You will work on the prediction of hydrogen-assisted failures using computational methods, as part of an EPRI funded project. You will have access to innovative HPC facilities and codes and will also have the opportunity to (co-)supervise PhD and MSc Theses.

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Dr Emilio Martínez-Pañeda 

23 May 2023
ENG02598. Research Associate - Hydrogen Embrittlement (Experiments)
You will work on improving our understanding of hydrogen-assisted failures using experimental methods. As part of an EPRI funded project, you will have access to innovative equipment for characterising the susceptibility of metals to hydrogen embrittlement, from both mechanical and electrochemical perspectives. 

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Dr Emilio Martínez-Pañeda 

23 May 2023
ENG02591. Research Associate - Aviation, Climate and Contrails
Aviation’s climate impact is primarily attributable the radiative forcing of contrails and contrail cirrus. Managing contrail impacts through operational and routing strategies offers a near-term opportunity to significantly reduce the climate impact of flying. You will conduct leading research into the modelling and impact assessment of aviation emissions and contrails.

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Dr Marc Stettler

17 May 2023
ENG02589Research Associate - the effect of urban heterogeneity on atmospheric flow
Your role is to lead the work on the fundamental aspects of understanding the effect urban heterogeneity on the atmospheric boundary layer. This will comprise of innovative large-eddy simulation with our in-house code uDALES, which is designed specifically for simulating the urban environment.

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Professor Maarten van Reeuwijk 
17 May 2023
ENG02218. Research Associate - optimising limestone calcined clay cement technology
Part of a four-year research project that aims to develop and optimise limestone calcined clay cement technology using abundant local clay resources in the UK. The project is funded by EPSRC and is titled “Engineered UK clays for production of low-carbon cements”

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Dr Hong Wong
27 April 2023
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Current vacancies

Athena Swan Bronze Award winnerInformal email enquiries may be made at any time to Lindsey Anne Cumming (l.cumming@imperial.ac.uk). Please quote the relevant reference number in your query. 

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