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Researcher (Post-Doc or equivalent experience) in Uncertainty Interpretation and Asset Management, UK
CH2M are advertising for a Marie Curie Experienced Researcher (Post-Doc or equivalent experience) in Uncertainty Interpretation and Asset Management.  Tasks will include evaluation of practical application of methodologies for quantification of uncertainty in a commercial environment and communicating outputs to end users including regulators and water authorities. 

This is part of the EU funded QUICS (Quantifying Uncertainty in Integrated Catchment Studies) Initial Training Network (http://www.quics.eu) involving 9 main partners at universities, research institutes and in the water industry. 

This 2 year fixed term post will commence by Spring 2016 and is based either in CH2M's Swindon or London offices with two placements to the Universities of Sheffield and Delft.  The closing date for applications is 12th January 2016. 

Full post information and application form at: http://www.ch2mcareers.com/job/1500014T_GB_UKS_en/europe/Swindon/Senior-Researcher-Swindon-UK 
Eligibility requirements: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/quics/applicationproc/eligibility
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