Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence has a fixed term technical position available to support the UK Faraday Challenge Battery Recycling project. The appointment will be from 1st March 2020 for 11 months in the first instance.
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Based in the Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence, this post will provide technical support for the Faraday Challenge Battery Recycling project. The project is investigating potential recycling and reprocessing methodologies for anodes and cathodes in automotive batteries. The postholder will work under the direction of the lead researcher to execute laboratory-based tests and larger scale proof of concept processes in order to eventually remanufacture lithium-ion batteries incorporating recycled materials.
The main duties include:
Skills, Experience & Qualification needed
Interview date: 4 February 2020
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