|Salary:||£40,745 to £52,841 Grade J/K, per annum|
|Placed On:||28th March 2023|
|Closes:||23rd April 2023|
The University of Bristol seeks two Financial Technology Lecturers for the Department of Computer Science at Pathway 1 or Pathway 3 level. Pathway 1 entails research, teaching, and citizenship, while Pathway 3 prioritises teaching, educational needs and citizenship. Successful candidates will teach on the MSc Financial Technology with Data Science and join the Intelligent Systems Laboratory research team in computational finance and financial engineering.
The research team is interested in agent-based modelling and simulation of financial markets, automated trading agents, financial machine learning, financial analytics, blockchain and distributed ledgers, auction mechanisms, and other areas of financial technology. Pathway 1 candidates must contribute quality research that complements the research interests of the group, while Pathway 3 candidates will focus more on education and scholarship.
Candidates must be comfortable teaching technology-driven courses such as Python programming, cloud computing, AI and machine learning, big data analytics, and blockchain application development. Experienced candidates with large-scale data engineering on commercial cloud platforms or blockchain-based application development are preferred. Please indicate interest in Pathway 1, Pathway 3, or both on your cover letter.
What will you be doing?
For the Pathway 1 Lecturer role in Financial Technology, you will:
For the Pathway 3 Lecturer role in Financial Technology, you will:
You should apply if
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Why should you apply for this role?
Interviews are anticipated to take place on the 15th of May 2023.
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