Job opening: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (OAK/Insigneo)

Insigneo is looking for a young specialist in biomedical information management, with an academic track record and a solid technical background.
Sheffield University

Contract Type: Open ended
Working Pattern: Full-time
Department: Department of Computer Science
Salary:

  • Grade 8: £38,511 – £45,954 per annum with potential to progress to £51,702 per annum through sustained exceptional contribution.
  • Grade 9: £48,743 – £54,841 with potential to progress to £63,552 per annum through sustained exceptional contribution.

Closing Date: 3 October 2014

Summary:
Insigneo is seeking to enhance and expand its internationally leading, multi-disciplinary research portfolio in the Department of Computer Science with the appointment of an outstanding individual at Lecturer or Senior Lecturer level. This is a strategic appointment aimed at linking the Organisations, Information and Knowledge (OAK) research group with the Insigneo Institute for in-silico Medicine. 

Insigneo is a collaboration between the University of Sheffield and the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which is developing advanced computational tools to improve diagnosis and treatment. Managing and understanding large and diverse data is a major challenge in healthcare, and we are seeking an individual who will not only advance research within OAK, but will also deploy novel techniques within Insigneo.

Applicants shall have a track record of high-quality research in biomedical information management (BIM), primarily in association with ubiquitous computing/wearable sensing problems (and associated BIM issues such as data integration and contextualisation, data analytics and visualisation), and/or medical decision-making.

Applicants shall hold a PhD in Computer Science or a related area. As well as conducting high quality research, the selected individual will also play a key role in maintaining Insigneo reputation for high quality teaching by designing, delivering and assessing undergraduate and postgraduate level programmes in Computer Science.

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