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Research Associate in Power Electronics & Measurement - Sheffield
Electronics & Communication, Manufacturing & Processing, Postgraduate Jobs, Research & Statistics, Science & Technology
Competitive
The post will be based in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering. The Department at the University of Sheffield is respected internationally for its many important contributions in the field over the last century
Science Manufacturing Trainer Assessor - Doncaster
Administration, Education & Training, Engineering, Manufacturing & Processing, Administration & Secretarial
Competitive
The post is to support the expanding process provision in the West Yorkshire region with the delivery of Practical training to support the theory elements of the technical certificate.
Research Associate in Power Electronics for Wind Energy Systems (Two posts) - Sheffield
Manufacturing & Processing, Research & Statistics, Science & Technology, Physical and Materials Sciences
Competitive
The posts, funded collaboratively by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, Ørsted, and the Universities of Sheffield, Durham and Hull,
Business Development Manager - Sheffield
Administration, Engineering, Environment & Sustainability, General Management, Manufacturing & Processing
Competitive
Are you interested in how Energy research is tackling some of the world’s biggest challenges and looking for an exciting opportunity? Ready to help create new ventures in engineering research? Prepared to go the extra mile to see innovation flourish?
Research Associate in Permanent Magnet Electrical Machine for Electric Vehicles - Sheffield
Engineering, Manufacturing & Processing, Postgraduate Jobs, Science & Technology, Mechanical and Production Engineering
Competitive
You will work within the “High Torque Electric Vehicle Motor” Innovate UK project joining a team of leading academic and industrial partners to develop the permanent magnet electrical machine for the next generation of electric vehicles
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