A position exists, for a Senior Research Associate fellowship in the Department of Engineering, to work on agile global logistics operations. The position has been generously supported by SF Express.
The SF Express Fellow will work with multiple research centres within the Department of Engineering, particularly in the Institute for Manufacturing, to work with industrial companies on global supply chain logistics issues. Their work will clarify the role of new emerging hardware/software technologies and their impact on logistics. This will include organising academic and industrial workshops/events in industrial logistics and supply chain management, leading/supporting a programme in intelligent logistics, and some teaching in areas relating to industrial logistics.
The qualifications required to perform the role are to have obtained a PhD in Engineering, Manufacturing, Computer Science, or a related discipline, along with significant postdoctoral experience. Candidates will need to have a demonstrated a significant aptitude in relevant areas of research and an ability to work within a team.
The post holder will be located in West Cambridge Cambridgeshire, UK.
Salary Range: Senior Research Associate: £41,526 - £52,559
Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 5 years in the first instance.
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