Opportunities at IfM

 


 

Community and Office Manager - ideaSpace

9 Months Maternity cover

(job share working 19.5 hours per week. Wed 10-4.30, Thurs & Fri 8.30-4.30)

ideaSpace West

 

Closing date: 10 November 2017

 

To apply: please send CV and cover letter to kvh27@cam.ac.uk

 

About ideaSpace

 

ideaSpace exists to create the best community for, and environment to support, the creation of high impact ventures in Cambridge.

 

Role Summary

 

The Community and Office Manager is primarily responsible for leading all communications activities including a member and alumni event programme and managing ideaSpace west.

 

  • Communications - Develop high quality content for stories, articles, newsletters, websites and other communication channels to enable the ideaSpace community to learn from each other, discover opportunities and celebrate achievements.
  • Office Management - Effective management of the West Cambridge office to ensure that it is a productive and attractive environment for members and guests to work in, whilst fostering community engagement.
  • Event Management - Responsibility for creating, planning and delivering member, alumni and community events.

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4 Year PhD in Ultra Precision Engineering

The EPSRC funded Centre for Doctoral Training in Ultra Precision is a new national training and research centre based in the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge, and the Centre for Precision Engineering at Cranfield University.

 

We train future leaders of UK manufacturing industry and academe, equipped with enhanced research, analytical, and innovation skills that will enable them to successfully address the full range of ultra precision manufacturing problems of the future.

 

We aim to produce a new generation of ultra precision research engineers that will deliver future developments in precision manufacturing technology and systems capable of delivering nanometer levels of precision. Research topics will explore materials processing technologies including, focused ion beam machining, reactive atom plasma processing, ultra-fast laser processing, micro-diamond machining, and on-line metrology. In addition to the design, development, and operation of advanced production platforms capable of direct-write nanofabrication, roll-to-roll printing and forming, micro additive and subtractive processing.

 

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EPSRC PhD Studentship in Infrastructure Asset Management

Applications are invited for an EPSRC-funded Doctoral Training Grant in Infrastructure Asset Management to start in October 2016. 

 

Project outline

 

Developing overall maintenance plans is extremely challenging for organisations that manage our nation’s infrastructure . How much money to spent on which assets of what type under ever-decreasing budgets is an issue that needs to be addressed. At present, this is done in an unscientific and ad-hoc manner, which means that the users and taxpayers are potentially not getting the best value-for-money from the infrastructure. This PhD project aims to develop a model and tool for optimising the annual maintenance plan for a portfolio of diverse assets (e.g., a county council needs to determine the optimal maintenance plan for their roads, bridges, lights etc) with an aim to deliver maximum value to the stakeholders over a time-horizon.

 

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Opportunities for research students

Institute for Manufacturing, Department of Engineering

The IfM integrates research and education across the spectrum from production technologies through management to policy, with practical application in industry. We are always keen to hear from outstanding students for our MPhil and three-year PhD Research Degrees. Grants may be available. 

 

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