Senior Lecturer (Level C)/Associate Professor (Level D) in Statistics
Job no: 517682
Work type: Fixed Term
Location: Research School for Actuarial Studies, Finance and Statistics/ Australian National University/Canberra/Australia
Categories: Academic
Classification: Senior Lecturer (Level C)/Associate Professor (Level D) in Statistics
Salary package: Level C $113,929 – $127,025 / Level D $136,843 – $149,821
Terms:  Full Time, Fixed Term, 5 Years
Applications close: 24 Sep 2017 11:55:00 PM AUS Eastern Standard Time
Position overview
An exciting opportunity exists within the Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Statistics for an enthusiastic and innovative Senior Lecturer (Level C)/ or Associate Professor (Level D) in Statistics to strengthen and provide additional support to our externally driven education initiatives in the area of data science.  This will include managing, and teaching courses in, the newly-created Master of Applied Data Analytics program.  This is required in order to ensure a smooth transition from start-up to steady state while continuing to grow demand for the program.  The appointee will also be expected to explore ways to capitalise on these educational initiatives to create new collaborative research partnerships.
As an academic member of the Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies & Statistics the appointee will be required to contribute to research, education and outreach agendas of the School, both nationally and internationally, in a manner that is appropriate to the level of appointment.  They will also be expected to contribute cooperatively to the overall intellectual life of the School, College and University, and to undertake high impact independent research in an area related to data science.
College Overview
The ANU College of Business and Economics educates the next generation of business leaders, professional economists and academics. Our graduates have the knowledge and skills to lead organizations, design public policy, and research the big issues of business and economy. Located in the national capital, we engage deeply with the business and policy communities. Our academics lead public debate on the critical issues of our time through their research, which is both long term and strategic in focus. Our internationally diverse student body is evenly divided between undergraduate and postgraduate study, and we have a large doctoral program. Our alumni may be found in the world’s leading companies, policy agencies and universities.
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