Academic Position in Data Analytics
Application closing date 29/04/2019
Salary Lecturer £36,261 - £50,132 per annum (potential to progress to £53,175 per annum through sustained exceptional contribution) Reader £51,630 - £59,828 per annum (potential to progress to £65,361 per annum through sustained exceptional contribution)
Job category/type Academic
Mathematics and Physics are core subjects lying at the heart of human progress that underpins education and research across our School. We are a long established joint School that brings Mathematics and Physics together and there is considerable cross fertilisation with staff involved in physics and mathematics. We now seek to build on our strength!
The School of Mathematics and Physics brings together over 60 academic staff members, including 14 professors and over 50 researchers. The School of Mathematics and Physics comprises two teaching divisions, each with a head of teaching; and six Research Centres. There is a considerable crossover between these areas and the ethos of the School is one of excellence in research informing excellence in teaching.
The University has recently made a substantial commitment to invest in the development of the data analytics discipline, as such we are seeking key academics from Lecturer to Reader within this discipline.
As part of this investment you would play a key role in the development of our core curriculum in Data Analytics and Statistics to ensure we are developing career ready graduates. You will conduct innovative research as part of a pioneering team of researchers to develop an ambitious research profile in Data Analytics and play a role in the future development of the Mathematical Sciences Research Centre providing crucial input in shaping the capability in Data Analytics in the University.
The School has a commitment of becoming an academic home to researchers with a highly diverse cultural and professional background. It takes pride in its equal opportunity provision and in its work towards gender equality. This is demonstrated by the fact that Mathematics at Queen's was the first in the discipline to be granted a silver Athena SWAN award. We very much look forward to continuing to expand our reputation of an internationally leading academic discipline in a dynamic and vibrant research environment.