[Met-jobs] Lecturer positions in Data Science at Lancaster University (Assist. Prof equivalent)

As part of its 50th Anniversary Lectureships scheme, Lancaster University is looking to make several new appointments to its Data Science Institute. Four positions are aimed at applied data science, such as the environment, which could include working with
atmospheric and climate models and observations. 

General details of the scheme are available at: http://ift.tt/1rnUTVS.

The aim is to appoint early career scientists with encouragement as a cohort to develop rapidly towards rapid promotion and leadership. 

Excellence and potential are more important than subject area, so if you working within “Big Data” or related areas then you are strongly encouraged to apply.

Deadline: 20th February 2015

Further information

Contact Keith Bevan (k.beven@lancaster.ac.uk) for informal enquiries, or Paul Young (paul.j.young@lancaster.ac.uk) or Nick Hewitt (n.hewitt@lancaster.ac.uk)
to talk informally about atmospheric/climate applications

Apply via http://ift.tt/1rnUTVS

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