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Senior Researcher, Swindon, UK
This post is aimed at someone who has recently competed a PhD, in the areas of hydraulic modelling, catchment scale modelling or the modelling of aquatic pollution processes and is interested in developing expertise at the academic-industry boundary.

CH2M are delighted to be awarded EU Marie Curie Initial Training Network funding to develop and evaluate tools and guidance to enhance understanding in quantifying uncertainty in integrated catchment studies (QUICS). In collaboration with eight leading European universities and research institutions, CH2M are the senior private sector partner providing robust testing of tools and insight on technology uptake by decision makers across government, regulator and commercial sectors.

To meet the challenges for this unique research opportunity we are seeking a recently qualified PhD graduate who is an enthusiastic and dynamic individual and who wants to grow their own career working across the university - private sector. You will join an established and thriving water team in Swindon (UK) currently working on commercial projects that make a difference to local communities and the environment. In this role you will lead the research project, with responsibility for agreeing the methodology and delivery approach and for development of new market facing decision support solutions.

We are a seeking a recently completed PhD graduate ready to take on new responsibilities for technical elements of project delivery, fostering strong relationships with potential end-users and for day to day collaboration with doctoral and post-doctoral researchers at the partner universities.
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