A new vacancy has become available for a Senior Research Fellow to join us at the Transport Research Institute. Working closely with our Director of TRI, Tom Rye, you will play a key role in delivering part of the EU Horizon 2020 project – Park4SUMP. Park4SUMP is about managing car parking in the framework of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans.
You will conduct research on existing parking management policies and systems around the EU whilst developing guidance on parking in SUMPs. You will be responsible for managing and maintaining relationships between Ministries and the local authorities, including delivering training materials on parking in SUMPs to professionals from these location authorities (in particular southern and eastern Europe). You will be expected to lead work to generate further research and/or consultancy income for the Institute whilst leading work on academic publications. You will conduct continuous project evaluations and development throughout the project.
Some travel within the rest of the EU is required for this post. This will roughly be around four trips per year for around 3 to 4 days, however please note this is given as an estimation and may differ depending on the needs of the project.
For a detailed list of requirements, you can read the full role profile here.
The application closing date is 20th August 2018.
Interview will be held on 4th September 2018.