|Salary:||£54,421 to £63,059 Grade 9, per annum, with potential progression once in post to £82,225|
|Hours:||Full Time, Part Time|
|Placed On:||18th May 2023|
|Closes:||30th September 2023|
Full time starting salary is normally in the range £54,421 to £63,059 with potential progression once in post to £82,225. Grade 9
Hours: Full Time or Part Time
Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract up to 3 years
Closes: 30th September 2023
The Centre for Artificial Intelligence in Government (CAIG) at the University of Birmingham invites applications for a Research Fellow (Grade 8) or Senior Research Fellow (Grade 9) with a strong background in Computational Social Science or Social Data Science. This is a 3-year position.
This position is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated & skilled researcher to play a pivotal role in the Centre's mission to expand the role of AI and data science in the social sciences. This mission is institutionally supported through the Data Science Initiative in the College of Social Sciences. The Centre is based within the Institute for Interdisciplinary Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (IIDSAI), which is a nexus for collaborative research & education at the University of Birmingham.
The Centre has three core active research areas:
The Fellow is expected to contribute to one or more of the research areas of the Centre.
To apply, please submit the following materials:
We will start reviewing applications on 20 June 2023 and invite shortlisted candidates for an interview on a rolling basis. If all positions are filled prior to the final closing date (30 September 2023), we may close the advert, so we encourage early applications.
Please direct any questions about the position to Professor Slava Jankin at email@example.com.
To download the full job description and details of this position and submit an electronic application online please click on the Apply button above or visit our careers website.
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