Applied Statistics, Data analysis/processing, Mathematical statistics
As a University Academic Fellow, you will carry out research, teaching and associated administration within the School of Mathematics and contribute to academic leadership in the field of Statistics with an interest in data analysis. School staff are actively involved in conducting interdisciplinary research in the Leeds Institute of Data Analytics, which brings together over 200 researchers and data scientists within the University and in the Alan Turing Institute which the University of Leeds recently joined as a partner.
With a vision and drive to contribute to a World-Leading research portfolio, as well as a passion for undertaking research-led teaching, you will make a significant impact on the performance, stature and profile of research and student education at The University of Leeds.
Career Pathway: Tenure track equivalent post requiring successful completion of a 5 year development plan, leading to appointment to a grade 9 Associate Professor, with the potential for accelerated progression.
Closing Date: 10th March
A PhD (or equivalent qualification) in a relevant field, for example Mathematical Statistics, Biostatistics, Econometrics or Data Analytics;
A clear and compelling academic plan that will deliver academic and more general impact at an international level;
Evidence of the potential to secure significant external funding to support your research activity;
A clear strategy to connect across the different research groups within the University;
Significant proven research experience within the academic discipline with a developing record of internationally excellent publications;
Experience of presenting at national and international conferences and/or symposia;
Evidence of building strong working relationships within and, as appropriate, beyond your own discipline and to contribute to successful projects and collaborations;
The potential and commitment to undertake high quality and innovative teaching and gain a higher education teaching qualification or award;
Experience of delivering and engaging with student education where opportunities have existed;
A high level of interpersonal and communication skills, and a strong ability to communicate effectively in writing and verbally with students, academic and external audiences;
The ability to lead projects and organise, balance and prioritise work commitments.
Internal Number: MAPMA1103
About University of Leeds
The University of Leeds, a member of the Russell Group of
research-intensive universities, was founded in 1904.
It has nearly 32,000 students from 146 countries and, with
over 7,500 staff, is the third largest employer in Leeds.
The campus is a ten-minute walk from Leeds city centre
As a member of staff you will automatically get:
25 days paid holiday every year, and approximately 15 days off for public holidays and days when the University is closed;
generous maternity, paternity and adoption leave;
sickness benefits increasing with your length of employment;
access to a range of policies promoting work life balance and flexible working;
access to excellent pension benefits.
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