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Senior Engineer - CCUS, Doosan, Renfrew
Closing date: tbc
Applications: in the first instance, please contact Dr Vinay Mulgundmath: firstname.lastname@example.org / 07940 477 791
The most significant energy revolution is underway now. The energy landscape is changing developments in technology and consumer behaviour at an unprecedented rate, driving the transition and creating new opportunities in our industry. With the support of the wider Doosan business, we are establishing an innovation team to leverage the company’s existing Distributed Energy Resource (DER) technologies and to accelerate the development of new product offerings and energy solutions of the future.
Doosan is currently seeking an experienced engineer to join its growing Energy Systems business to help lead a portfolio of Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) Research and Innovation projects.
Doosan is looking for candidates who are degree qualified with considerable research or industry experience in CCUS. PhD and/or Chartered Engineer status is preferable. Experience of front-end engineering process system design with a working knowledge of PFDs/P&IDs, operating philosophies, equipment design specifications and technical/safety risk assessment is required. In addition, Doosan is looking for candidates who have a Research and Innovation background in product development and have a good understanding of public funded grant processes and procedures within the UK and EU. You should also have a working knowledge of hydrogen systems, including generation (SMR, Electrolysis), storage, transportation and Power-to-X technologies.
If you are passionate, driven and an expert in your field then joining our organisation will provide significant opportunities for you to embrace the energy of the future.
Research Communications (Knowledge Exchange Fellow/Senior Knowledge Exchange Fellow, University of Strathclyde
Closing date: 22 November 2019
The Centre for Energy Policy (CEP), within the School of Government and Public Policy at the University of Strathclyde, wishes to make a Research Communications appointment (formally designated as a Knowledge Exchange, KE, appointment at the level of Fellow or Senior Fellow) in the area of Energy Policy and as an integral part of the CEP team (https://www.strath.ac.uk/humanities/centreforenergypolicy/). In particular, you will both support and lead the CEP Director, Professor Karen Turner, and the wider CEP team in delivering impact for our research and KE response to the UK Government’s commitment to a net zero carbon economy by 2050 (with the Scottish Government committed to a more ambitious 2045 target).