The Faraday Institution

The Faraday Institution (FI) is the UK’s flagship organisation for electrochemical energy storage research, skills development, market analysis and early-stage commercialisation. It brings together research scientists and industry partners to work on large research projects with commercial potential that can lead to a reduction in battery cost, weight, and volume; improve performance and reliability; and develop whole-life strategies including recycling and reuse. The FI manages large research programmes across 27 universities involving 500+ researchers and 85 industry partners across the UK.

Role of the Expert Panel:

Through its Expert Panel, the Faraday Institution seeks to bring together the best scientists and practitioners from academia, industry and other relevant sectors and thereby establish a strong knowledge base in electrochemical energy, conversion and storage to help drive the charity’s activities. The role of the Expert Panel is:

Responsibilities of Expert Panel Members:

Qualities of Expert Panel Member

Applicants for the positions should be able to demonstrate the following experience and skills:

Diversity: The Faraday Institution values diversity within its community at all levels. We are committed to ensuring that all applications are treated fairly. The Faraday Institution will provide suitable training in relation to the duties for the position where required.

Remuneration: The FI can offer remuneration for this position based on a daily rate and travel expenses.

Time commitment: Expected to be approximately 1 – 2 days per month, including two 2 day FI wide project reviews per year, monthly meetings with the assigned project and periodic panel only meetings. (9-10 days equivalent for supporting 1 project, 12-14 days equivalent for 2 projects)

Appointment period: this appointment is for an initial period of 3 years, which may be extended.

Application: To apply please send your CV and covering letter highlighting how you meet the selection criteria to [email protected].

The Faraday Institution is committed to building a diverse and inclusive community and to being an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.