Current Vacancies

This page is where you will find details about our current vacancies. If there are no details listed, it means that unfortunately we do not have any open vacancies at the current time. However, please do check back, as this situation could change at any time and we would welcome your application for any suitable vacancy.

 

Post Doctoral Researcher, Battery Materials & Devices
CDT currently requires a Post-Doctoral Researcher to contribute to our research and development activities within an ongoing project on high-performance batteries. The role involves designing and evaluating novel functional battery materials. In addition, you will be expected to contribute to generating ideas for future CDT technologies more widely.

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Post-Doctoral Researcher, Fluorescent Tags (Chemistry)
The fluorescent tags team has a vacancy for a Post-Doctoral researcher to help accelerate development of our novel, extremely bright, fluorescent tags for use in fluorescence imaging. You will be working as part of an interdisciplinary team that includes Chemists, Physicists, and Biochemists.

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Post-Doctoral Researcher, Technical Proof of Concept
CDT is seeking an experienced material scientist, or similar, to join the Proof of Concept (PoC) team as a Post-Doctoral Researcher. The team is responsible for the technical evaluation of new materials and devices from potential partner companies and internal ideation, in order to support the creation of new business opportunities for CDTs Japanese parent company Sumitomo Chemical Co Ltd (SCC). The PoC team works closely with SCCs Corporate Venturing and Innovation Teams (CVI) who are responsible for identifying potential start-up companies for partnership.

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Post-Doctoral Researcher, Fluorescent Tags (Assay Development)
The fluorescent tags team at CDT has a requirement for a Post-Doctoral Researcher to help accelerate development of our novel, extremely bright, fluorescent tags for use in fluorescence imaging. You will be working as part of an interdisciplinary team that includes chemists, physicists, and biochemists.

Closing date for applications: 
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