Faculty Positions in Statistics and Data Science
The Faculty of Engineering and Sciences of Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez has great pleasure in inviting researchers to apply for up to four (4) open rank faculty positions in the area of
Statistics to start on March 1st 2020.
Deadline Applications: October 15th, 2019
FES seeks outstanding researchers who have expertise in both theory and applications, and who show great interest in working with real data. The hiring committee especially
encourages applications from scholars working in the areas of machine learning, statistical learning theory, algorithm design, statistical computing, Bayesian statistics, text analytics,
big data analytics, high-dimensional statistics or spatial analytics.
Faculty members at FES are expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses related to statistics and related fields, in Spanish and/or English, supervise theses, conduct high
quality research, publish in top international journals, submit research proposals to national, international and multinational funding organizations, and participate in outreach
activities. FES also encourages and welcomes technological transfer and research in collaboration with the industry and the government. The salary depends on the qualifications of the chosen candidate. As a reference, a starting Assistant Professor should expect a basic annual remuneration ranging between US$ 48.000 and US$ 65.000 (before
taxes). This salary does not include potential stipends from grants, startup packages or research contracts.
Candidates need not be fluent in Spanish at the moment of applying. They must have excellent oral and written communication skills, a great aptitude for teamwork, and a marked academic interest in high quality education and research. Requirements include a PhD degree in a field related to Statistics or Data Science.
At FES we believe that diversity broadens our research scope and enhances the quality of our education, so we highly encourage women, international scholars and minorities to apply for this position.
More info in: Statistics2019-1