Research Assistant/Associate in GIS and Environmental Health
Imperial College London
Division of Epidemiology, Public Health and Primary Care
Department of Epidemiology and Public Health
Research Assistant £24,570 - £27,320 per annum
Research Associate £24,570 - £35,800 per annum
Imperial College is ranked in the top ten universities of the world,
according to the 2006 Times Higher Education Supplement league tables.
We are seeking a Research Assistant/Associate to work in the Department of
Epidemiology and Public Health, in the Division of Epidemiology, Public
Health and Primary Care at the St Mary’s campus, Paddington.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a team of researchers working in
the area of geographical analysis of environmental health problems. The
scope of the work is broad, but with a focus on assessing exposures to
pollution and other environmental risk factors for human health, through
the use of GIS-based and other modelling techniques. The work carried out
by the group has great scientific and policy importance, and involves
analysis of large and complex data sets.
The ideal candidate will have an MSc (Research Assistant) or PhD (Research
Associate) in GIS or a related field, and a good understanding of
environmental processes. Attention to detail, total reliability and the
commitment to ensure the quality and accuracy of all your work are
essential to the post. Some experience in monitoring and modelling of
environmental conditions would also be beneficial.
The post is full-time and available for two years in the first instance.
For further information and an informal discussion contact Professor David
Briggs ([log in to unmask]) or Dr Clive Sabel
([log in to unmask]).
An application form and job description, along with further details may be
obtained from the following link:
You can send your complete application to the HR Assistant, HR, Faculty of
Medicine, Imperial College London, St Mary's campus, Medical School
Building, London W2 1PG or by email to: [log in to unmask], quoting
Closing date: Wednesday 21 November 2007
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