|From||Roger Brugge <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date||Mon, 6 Jan 2020 15:41:21 +0000|
Working in an international environment, you will be asked to deliver high quality R&D and industrial studies, to publish and produce innovative research, to interface with academic partners and internal stakeholders. More specifically, you will be part of the Nuclear R&D team in the EDF Energy R&D UK Centre and you will liaise with EDF R&D experts in France and EDF Energy engineers in the UK. Joining our company for this role is likely to lead to future other attractive opportunities either on research and engineering activities or on more operational roles within the business units.
You will have a scientific background ideally at the PhD level. You will have had high exposure to statistical techniques, modelling approaches for natural hazards (e.g. atmospheric or hydrodynamic numerical modelling, space weather modelling). You will be dynamic, happy to evolve in a multicultural context and within a complex environment, ready to deal with different stakeholders spanning from scientific partners to business customers. You will be prompt to understand the company needs and requirements and be able to translate them into R&D work. You will be independent and able to manage small projects, contracts and relations with stakeholders.
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