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Senior Lecturer in Statistics/Data Science

School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences

Location:  Greenwich
Salary:  £40,322 to £49,553 plus £3706 London weighting per annum
Contract Type:  Fixed Term - Maternity cover 01/07/2021 to 31/12/2022
Closing Date:  Wednesday 05 May 2021
Interview Date:  To be confirmed
Reference:  2597-E

The University of Greenwich is seeking to recruit a Senior Lecturer in Statistics, for a fixed-term contract of 18 months (including maternity cover). This position would be suited to candidates who wish to embark on an academic career, lecturing on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Candidates will have a background that would complement our existing activities, and we are specifically interested in applicants with a background in Bayesian statistics and/or experience in applying statistical methods to Data Science.

The successful candidate will work closely with departmental academic teams and be expected to contribute to existing teaching and research, including our BSc in Statistics and Data Analytics and our MSc in Data Science.

You will be able to demonstrate a strong teaching and research profile, and some experience of funded research projects or grant applications would be desirable. You will have a good first degree (1st or 2:1) in a relevant subject, together with a PhD.

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