DSI - New Environment Theme Lead

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We are now seeking applicants for the next DSI Environment theme lead. Working with the support of the Directors, theme leads play a significant role in shaping the mission of the institute. Major duties of these roles are to provide research leadership and mentoring in the areas for which they are responsible, to participate in the overall management of DSI and to organise events and activities to catalyse new research. Theme leads also form a key part of DSI’s management team and have a significant role in defining both strategic and operational activities. Start dates are flexible but no later than October 2024. Theme leaders would normally be appointed for a period of three years and may be renewed. The post is open to suitably qualified academic staff who have a track record of, and commitment to, data science research in the identified areas. Prospective candidates are invited to discuss their applications informally with DSI’s Co-Director Nigel Davies: n.a.davies@lancaster.ac.uk

Candidates should submit a one-page statement of their interest in the role outlining their relevant experience and their vision of the topics that could form the focus of the theme area, together with an accompanying CV. We would expect theme leadership to be a significant commitment (e.g. 1 day a week) and before submitting an application, candidates should discuss it with their Head of Department and obtain consent in principle.

Expressions of interest should be received no later than 1st May and sent to dsi@lancaster.ac.uk with the Subject Title: Environment Theme Leader Application.

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