Fees, stipend and project expenses. The applicant should hold a minimum of an upper second class BSc Honours degree (or equivalent) in subjects relevant to Physical Sciences. Additional experience or skills development relevant to geoscience or environmental engineering, such as modelling, structural geology, hydrogeology, CO2 storage. The ideal candidate should have a desire to work in an interdisciplinary, applications-focused field of recognised international importance in geoscience. Candidates with some prior research and/or work experience in the geological/structural/hydrological/modelling sciences will be given priority.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 20.20
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