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STOR-i Impact Research Associate

Mathematics & Statistics
Salary:   £28,756 to £33,309
Closing Date:   Sunday 31 July 2022
Interview Date:   To be confirmed
Reference:  A3710-R

We are seeking applications for a 1-year Impact Research Associate to develop high quality independent research in statistics and/or operational research that has potential for significant impact for society.

Your research area will be in an area in statistics and operational research and will have potential for wider impact. It will ideally complement existing strength in these topics at Lancaster University. You will be able to develop your research according to a proposal that forms part of your application. You will work within the vibrant research environment of the STOR-i Centre for Doctoral Training, with support from a nominated staff member who has research interests most aligned with your own.

The post requires you to take an active part in STOR-i training activities and its Executive Committee. You will deliver some training to STOR-i’s PhD students according to a proposal that forms part of your application.

You will join us on an indefinite contract however, the role remains contingent on external funding which, at this time is for one year.

Informal enquires can be addressed to

Prof Jonathan Tawn (j.tawn@lancaster.ac.uk)
Prof Kevin Glazebrook (k.glazebrook@lancaster.ac.uk

We welcome applications from people in all diversity groups.

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