We are seeking to appoint a talented and enthusiastic RA with experience in geotechnical engineering or similar discipline to work pro-actively within a multi- university research consortium. The successful applicant will have responsibility for to field monitoring sites, their instrumentation and curation of high-quality datasets. They will be based within a vibrant team of Researchers at the UKCRIC National Green Infrastructure and will be expected to contribute to a range of related research activities as part of their day-to-day role. You should have a PhD in geotechnical engineering, or a relevant related field, with experience in handling laboratory and field testing/monitoring data and the production of high-quality journal publications. Knowledge of data synthesis, analysis, arc

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