The University of Warwick is taking on 120 new recruits over the next 100 days on the back of multi-million pound expansion.
The new recruits are being sought by WMG, or Warwick Manufacturing Group, after it secured funding for several major research projects.
WMG works with the private sector across a host of sectors including automotive, aerospace and defence, and has seen major investment in recent months.
Some of the most recent developments at WMG include a new £13.5 million Energy Innovation Centre and the £150 million National Automotive Innovation Centre.
The roles are for project managers, research fellows, technical engineers, software developers and innovation managers.
WMG’s chairman Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya said: “As we continue to grow and expand we are seeking individuals who thrive on a challenge and who aren’t afraid to defy conventional thinking.
“We are investing in, and creating, several new world-leading facilities to support these new projects. So we also need to invest in more talented people to take these projects forward and we will intend to recruit 120 of those people in the next 100 days.”
He said the new roles were aimed at individuals “who relish the challenge of working at the forefront of technological advancement”.
The 120 roles will focus on thermal modelling, cell welding and structural composite.