The University of York’s Department of Computer Science and Rolls-Royce Plc are collaborating in an Innovate UK funded Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) and looking for a KTP Associate to join the project in High Integrity Model Based Embedded Software Engineering.
The KTP Associate will lead the project to develop a world-leading browser-based modelling capability based on open-source infrastructure that offers seamlessly-integrated domain-specific modelling tools, collaborative modelling and automated model management facilities.
The successful applicant will be employed by the University of York and based within Rolls-Royce Control Systems (RRCS) division which is a part of the Rolls-Royce Civil Aerospace group. The division designs, manufactures and provides support for complex, high integrity, safety critical software, electronic, electrical and hydro-mechanical products. You will work closely with their key personnel as well as receiving support and guidance from academics from the University of York.
Contract: Fixed Term - 36 months/Full Time
Salary: £35,326 - £43,434, dependent on experience and fixed for the project duration. Plus £2,000 per annum personal development budget.
Location: Rolls Royce Plc, Birmingham Business Park, Solihull, UK.
For informal enquiries: please contact Dimitris Kolovos on firstname.lastname@example.org
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