This position is at the rank of assistant or associate professor and the successful candidate will support our undergraduate Data Science program, one of only three undergraduate programs in data science in the country. This position is open to candidates with a doctorate in the computational, natural, or social sciences. The home department will be determined based on the active research area of the applicant.
A successful applicant will have a demonstrated track record in using cutting-edge approaches to the visualization of large, heterogeneous, and real-time data sets in a cross-disciplinary setting. All applicants should have solid skills in statistics and computing technology in addition to a suitably deep background in their primary field of research.
Teaching responsibilities for this position will be split between the successful candidate's home department and NKU's Data Science program housed in the College of Informatics. The program emphasizes big data analytics, data mining, visualization, modeling, simulation and machine learning. The candidate will assist in the ongoing development of curriculum for this program and work with a multi-disciplinary team including computer scientists, statisticians and information scientists. Commitment to excellence in teaching, a continuing program of scholarship that includes engagement with undergraduates in research, and a passion for innovation and cross-disciplinary collaboration are essential.
How to Apply:
Please go to the following link: http://jobs.nku.edu/postings/561
Any candidate who is offered this position will be required to go through a pre-employment criminal background check as mandated by state law.