Apply for one of six paid energy policy secondments for PhD and early career researchers working in the social sciences and humanities.
The core purpose of these secondments is for new voices to participate in dialogue with key policy players around tangible social sciences and humanities questions.
Each secondment lasts for six weeks during January–March 2019. They're part of the UKERC-funded Energy-PIECES project, and run by ARU's Global Sustainability Institute and the University of Cambridge’s Centre for Science & Policy.
Our secondment opportunities are as follows:
A full set of secondment guidelines are available, including an overview of the secondments as a whole (purpose, outputs, timelines, eligibility, assessment criteria, pay, etc) as well as detailed briefs of each secondment.
Energy-PIECES secondments: guidelines
Complete and return our application form. The application deadline is Friday 16 November 2018.
Energy-PIECES secondments application form
Please send your completed application form, plus accompanying CV, to [email protected] by 16 November 2018.
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to a short Skype interview on Wednesday 12 or Thursday 13 December 2018.
The secondments will run for six weeks during January–March 2019.