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Senior Teaching Fellow

Imperial College London - Imperial-X, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Natural Sciences

Location:  White City Campus

Job Summary

Applications are invited for a Senior Teaching Fellow to support the work of I-X and its Centre, the Eric and Wendy Schmidt Centre for AI in Science. I-X is Imperial’s new flagship interdisciplinary campus devoted to AI and its applications. It is located within Imperial’s Translation and Innovation Hub (I-HUB) and I-X hosts academics from across Imperial’s departments and faculties. Its aim is to bring together AI, interdisciplinary grand challenges and industry.

The Centre for AI in Science Postdoctoral Fellows, supported by Schmidt Futures and hosted by I-X, will support over 130 years of prestigious independent and original research by fellows using AI to advance Science. The grant lasts 6 years with over twenty fellows hosted in any year. Critically it has a strong aspect of training fellows from diverse backgrounds in topics in AI. The Centre will have a pro-social orientation with an emphasis on kindness and ways in which the advantage it creates can in turn create opportunities in local schools and for researchers in Lower and Middle Income countries.

You will play a key role in enhancing and supporting the training of the AI in Science Fellows and in developing and supporting educational programmes within I-X more broadly.

Duties and responsibilities

You will organize the courses run through the Eric and Wendy Schmidt Centre for AI in Science (including developing and running the AI Advanced Courses Hub website), teach the Python coding week, co-ordinate the ‘Breaking Topics in AI’ week, support international teaching by fellows in LMIC partners, curate open online material for all Imperial postdocs, prepare the teaching material in the pre-acceleration welcome pack, organize the filming and upload of the minicourses and coordinate sharing of teaching materials with other Schmidt Futures Centres.

I-X will also be developing new teaching programmes including a masters programme. You will thus develop, manage, and execute the planning process of new educational programmes in the I-X initiative and connect them to the College Learning & Teaching strategy including supporting any Director of a new I-X MSc.

You will contribute primarily to the coordination of educational modules within the I-X initiative, the direction of programmes and the development of innovative approaches that foster cross-disciplinary learning and teaching opportunities.

Essential requirements

The essential requirements for this post include:

  • A degree (or equivalent) and an appropriate postgraduate qualification in a related discipline
  • An appropriate Master’s level teaching qualification (or equivalent) in Higher Education
  • Experience in AI teaching and course development
  • Experience in associated administrative and management support work.

Further Information

Further information about I-X and the I-X Centre for AI in Science can be found at: https://ix.imperial.ac.uk/ https://ix.imperial.ac.uk/aiscience/

This is a full time fixed-term position for 3 years, with possibility of extension for a further 3 years. You will be based in I-X in Imperial’s White City Campus.

If you have any queries about the post, please contact a.gibbs@imperial.ac.uk

Location: London
Salary: £57,682 to £68,313 per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 7th December 2022
Closes: 31st January 2023
Job Ref: ENG02404
 
   
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