Working with us

Scientists at work

Whether you are interested in Career or Visiting Researcher Opportunities with us, wish to find out more about our Partners or collaborate with us on Projects, there are many ways to work with us.
 

CIPD finalistWISE MEMBER logoWe aim to attract the very best people to fill vacancies in our science and operational areas and have career opportunities for experienced individuals and those just starting out. We pride ourselves in offering competitive terms and conditions and an excellent, friendly and vibrant working environment.

We adopt an equal opportunities policy and welcome applicants from all sections of the community. We also operate a Guaranteed Interview Scheme for disabled candidates holding the minimum qualifications for the post.

 

Current vacancies

Communications Officer


Communications Officer

Closing Date

Division Operations

Description

Communications Officer

Plymouth

£19,430 - £29,146

Full-time; open-ended appointment

Job Purpose:

Promote the PML Group both externally and internally primarily through the creation of press releases and news stories on the PML website, through social media channels, the eNewsletter and other outlets. Manage PML Group's social media presence, ensuring promotion of PML Group, engagement with audiences, and evaluation.

You will...

Closing date: 02 June 2017 - 12:00:00 AM

Laboratory Science Apprenticeship

We are seeking an enthusiastic apprentice to assist with and optimise PML’s core marine measurements. This exciting opportunity is aimed at anyone with an interest in the marine environment who also has a love for laboratory–based science. An eye for detail and ability to work methodically are essential attributes.

You will work at PML for four days a week, in addition to a study day at South Devon College. On completion there may be a possibility of an exciting career in science.

It is essential that you have: A GCSE C or above in Maths and English; good eye for detail, ability to use own initiative; excellent communication skills and the ability to follow correct procedures; basic computer skills; and the ability to work independently and/or as part of a team. You will need to be practically
minded and will be required to take part in offshore field work.

Closing date: 23/06/2017

 

Visiting researchers

We welcome interest from visiting researchers who have secured funding to work in the UK, or who have won fellowships, such as a Marie Curie Fellowship, and are looking for a well equipped and vibrant scientific laboratory in which to pursue their research.

If you are interested in joining us to undertake your Marie Curie Fellowship or as a Visiting Researcher, please complete the enquiry form below. We also accept enquiries from those who have not yet secured funding but would like to discuss research opportunities or voluntary placements.

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Facts at your fingertips...

2014

  • 158 Members of staff

  • 72% Scientists

    28% Operations

  • 40% Female

    60% Male

  • 79% British17% Other EU 4% International

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