KTP Research Fellow

University of Bristol
Bristol, United Kingdom
In - range
May 02, 2021
May 21, 2021
Organization Type
University and College
Full Time
The role

An exciting position is available at the heart of a partnership between the University of Bristol and Beran Instruments which will help the company to develop a new capability in signal conditioning and instrumentation for the oil and gas sectors through extensive market research, forming new relationships with key players in the industry and supporting the integration of this knowledge into the company through the product design and development lifecycle. This is an exciting project developing an innovative product that has the potential to transform the health monitoring of plant used within the oil and gas industries.

You will be based at the company's headquarters in North Devon and will receive regular supervision from an academic at the University of Bristol. This is a three-year fixed-term contract, but it is expected that opportunities will arise at the end of the KTP for a permanent role at Beran.

What will you be doing?

Your responsibilities will include through the application of market research identifying suitable tools and techniques to embed into the company's product architecture and through the development of close links with industry build a comprehensive understanding of performance and regulatory requirements to ensure a successful product development and adoption within the oil and gas sectors.

KTP Associates spend around 10% of their time in training and personal development and have a generous training budget to manage. This includes specific KTP training modules covering personal development and project management, marketing and effective communication, finance and performance management, as well as job-specific technical training

You should apply if

We are seeking to recruit a talented, highly motivated individual with experience in software modelling and code development, with a strong understanding of signal processing applications in plant health monitoring. Candidates should hold a BSc or BEng in a mathematical based discipline.

We welcome applications from all members of our community and are particularly encouraging those from diverse groups, such as members of the LGBT+ and BAME communities, to join us.

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