Current vacancies

 

Education Programmes Manager

Reference: NAT00550
Date posted: 18 September 2019
Closing date: 16 October 2019
Location: South Kensington Campus
Position type: Full time, fixed term
Salary: £47,842 – £57,606 plus benefits

The Grantham Institute is seeking an Education Programmes Manager, who is passionate about delivering education and training to students in the field of climate science. This is an exciting and diverse role in which you will be responsible for the overall management and delivery of the Institute’s education programmes, including Grantham and Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) funded PhDs through the Science and Solutions for a Changing Planet (SSCP) Doctoral Training Partnerships (DTP). The DTP programme has a cohort of 120 students and has recently been renewed for a further 5 years. The Grantham Institute plans to launch a brand-new Masters’ programme in Cleantech, Innovation and Entrepreneurship. You will support the design and development of the programme from creating the objectives and curricula, through to the delivery of the programme. You will also oversee the Institute’s expanding online education portfolio, which currently consists of the Clean Power Hub, a collection of three Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC), and a Small Private Online Course (SPOC).

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Research Assistant/Associate

Reference: NAT00549
Date posted: 17 September 2019
Closing date: 11 October 2019
Location: South Kensington Campus
Position type: Full time, fixed term
Salary: £35,477 – £41,938 plus benefits

The Grantham Institute Institute is seeking to recruit a Research Assistant/Associate to join its mitigation team for a period of 8 months, to work on a project which will seek to understand how different UK government policies address the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Furthermore, the project will investigate how these different policies relate to each-other in terms of their impact on SDGs, and how policy delivery can be well managed to ensure synergies between different SDG-relevant policies are maximised and trade-offs minimised.  

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Vacancies are advertised here and on the Imperial College London website.


Funding opportunities

The Grantham Institute periodically offers a number of funding opportunities to Grantham Affiliates to promote new ideas and collaborations in priority areas for engagement and research. Details of these opportunities can be found on this page.

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