£43,434 to £50,296 per annum
Are you a policy-relevant climate researcher and do you have the ambition and drive to build and lead your own interdisciplinary research team as you progress your career? The Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at the University of East Anglia (https://tyndall.ac.uk/) requires another talented and expert researcher to join us. You will also be a Lecturer, teaching in the School of Environmental Sciences at UEA.
We are seeking applicants who complement existing or open-up new relevant research themes at Tyndall Centre UEA. Our current Tyndall-wide research themes are (1) Reaching Zero Emissions; (2) Building Resilience; (3) Overcoming Poverty with Climate Actions; and (4) Accelerating Social Transitions. New ideas and activities can be accommodated as we are also currently reviewing and updating our research strategy. Existing key research areas at Tyndall Centre UEA include integrated assessment relevant to climate risk and adaptation across biodiversity, coastal management, floods and water; governance and politics; emissions analysis of national and large-scale technologies; climate change and international development; and international and national carbon budgets; and modelling oceans and wildfires. There are also links to other relevant UEA activities such as the Climatic Research Unit, School of Development Studies, 3S Social Scientists, Economics, Norwich Business School, Law etc.
To join our high performing and high impact team, you will have a track record in securing funding and strong publications in international scientific journals in your focus areas. You will have proven experience in interdisciplinary, policy relevant climate change research; and will fulfil all other essential elements of the person specification. Your research will be within the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research and your teaching within UEA School of Environmental Sciences. In addition to your own networks, you will be embedded within the four University partners of the Tyndall Centre (https://tyndall.ac.uk/partners/) and will play a key role in leading across-Tyndall interdisciplinary research through the Critical Decade of the 2020s.
This full-time indefinite post is available immediately.
Closing date: Thursday 31 October 2022.ATR1625 - Candidate Brochure