Research Associate in Organic Geochemistry/Paleoclimate Science

Research Associate in Organic Geochemistry/Paleoclimate Science

The Open University

Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

The role

The role is part of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) funded project “Accurate and precise alkenone records of atmospheric CO2 for the Pliocene and beyond to inform the future”

The role is an exciting combination of analytical method development, proxy improvement and record generation, culminating in model-supported Earth System Sensitivity estimates of unprecedented quality for the mid-Pliocene.

The role holder will join the Palaeoenvironmental Change research within the School of Environment, Earth and Ecosystem Sciences and use laboratory facilities across the STEM Faculty.

Skills and Experience

You will have a PhD (or have recently submitted your thesis) in Earth or environmental sciences or a similar relevant field, with knowledge and experience organic geochemistry, palaeoclimate science or another relevant laboratory-based field. You will be able to work in and coordinate a team working at different institutions and communicate research results effectively.

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