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Three low carbon research positions at Oxford Brookes University

Oxford Brookes’ Low Carbon Building Group is offering three research positions in low carbon communities, carbon counting and building performance evaluation [application deadline : 3 December 2012].

Three new full-time research posts based in OISD (Oxford Institute for Sustainable Development) Low Carbon Building Group at the School of Architecture in Oxford Brookes University.

The posts are as follows:

1. Research Fellow in Low Carbon Communities

This post is part of RCUK-funded EVALOC (Evaluating Low Carbon Communities) project on low-carbon communities and behaviours. The project is about evaluating the impacts, effectiveness and success of Government-funded low carbon communities on localised energy behaviours.

Job description and application pack here.

Closing date: 3 December 2012

2. Research Associate in Carbon Counting

This post is part of the growing portfolio of cutting-edge research projects on building performance evaluation and post-occupancy feedback. These include: ‘Counting the real carbon’ project which seeks to develop bespoke and industry-focussed measurement and monitoring protocols embedded in a soft-landings framework, for both domestic and non-domestic buildings; and a range of Building Performance Evaluation projects, which aim to reduce the credibility gap between designed and actual performance.

Job description and application pack here.

Closing date: 3 December 2012

3. Research Associate in Building Performance Evaluation

This post is also part of Oxford Brookes’ growing portfolio of cutting-edge research projects on Building Performance Evaluation .

Job description and application pack here.

Closing date: 3 December 2012

For informal discussions about the posts, please email Dr Rajat Gupta: rgupta@brookes.ac.uk.

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