We are seeking to appoint a lecturer (Teaching & Scholarship) to contribute to a new MSc program in Applied Data Science. Topics to be taught will include Programming, Statistics, Machine Learning, Big Data, and Data Visualization. The program will equip science graduates with a range of Data Science skills that can be used across scientific disciplines, either in academia or industry. The appointee will support the development of course material for the new programme, will deliver some teaching for the course, and work to provide an excellent student experience for students. There may also be opportunities to gain experience in the admissions and marketing aspects of the course development.
As a department, we strive to provide a working environment that allows all staff and students to contribute fully, to flourish, and to excel. We are proud of our Athena SWAN Gold Award.
We particularly welcome and encourage applications from female candidates, and candidates from minority ethnic backgrounds, who are under-represented within the academic staff group in the Department of Chemistry. Flexibility is offered and the role can be undertaken part-time by agreement.
This role is available on a fixed term basis for 36 months.
Interview date: Monday 17 October 2022
For informal enquiries: please contact Head of Department, Professor Caroline Dessent (email@example.com;)
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