|Salary:||£34,805 to £40,322 per annum|
|Placed On:||11th October 2021|
|Closes:||5th November 2021|
The Department of Geography and Planning is recruiting an 18 months fixed term Teaching and Scholarship Lecturer in Urban Analytics whose research complements current activity within the Geographic Data Science research group (www.liverpool.ac.uk/geographic-data-science) and links to other research groups across the School, and particularly the *Planning, Environmental Assessment and Management* research group (www.liverpool.ac.uk/geography-and-planning/research). The post arises from the secondment of a colleague in the GDSL group. We are especially interested in applicants with research expertise, and the ability to teach, in one or more of the following priority areas: cities, urban remote sensing, spatial analysis, human mobility, socio-spatial inequalities, transport and urban analytics within a framework of geographic data science. We would also be particularly interested hearing from applicants with a background in machine learning/AI within the context of urban research agendas. Experience, familiarity and ability to deliver teaching using the Python programming language for geospatial is important. The postholder may also have the potential to align strategically with the University’s Digital, ‘Starting well, Living well, Ageing well’, Personalised health, and Climate Futures research themes (www.liverpool.ac.uk/research/research-themes). We particularly welcome applications from scholars who identify with groups who continue to be underrepresented and who face barriers to inclusion in higher education and/or who are from Majority World or any related diaspora. We believe that a diverse and supportive environment, bringing different perspectives to our work and allowing people to blossom is the best platform for excellent teaching.
For full details and to apply online, please visit: recruit.liverpool.ac.uk
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