Statistician with Responsibility for Business Development
NB Deadline is 5pm *this Thursday*, 13th June 2019.
BioSS has a new position available to support income generation activities across the organisation, and to act as an applied statistician in an area related to the Scottish Government-funded Strategic Research Programme and the scientific activities of the SEFARI (https://sefari.scot/) institutes. The post represents an excellent opportunity for a statistician with interests in business development and project management. In statistical terms, the post-holder would collaborate with scientists and other quantitative experts within BioSS and elsewhere.
This position will be based at the BioSS Edinburgh site, and will be offered at Grade D (circa £31,365) or at Grade E (circa £38,250); for the higher grade, candidates will need to have experience in business development activities and be able to demonstrate clearly their ability to make an immediate impact.
Our ideal candidate for the post will have:
- a PhD in statistics or another discipline with a large statistical component, or a relevant MSc with additional experience;
- experience of collaborative working at the interface between statistics and biological sciences, corroborated by co-authored papers in scientific journals; and
- the ability to interact positively, effectively and confidently with non-statisticians in formal and informal situations.
All individuals wishing to work within the UK must be entitled to do so before they can be employed.
Further information on the above post, including how to apply, is available on the BioSS website at http://www.bioss.ac.uk/vacancies.html
Closing date: 5pm on 13th June 2019; interviews will take place in Edinburgh on 26th June 2019.
Potential applicants may contact Mark Brewer ([log in to unmask], tel +44 (0) 1224 395125) in confidence to discuss the post.
Please quote reference number BioSS 02-19 in all correspondence.
BioSS has been awarded IIP Gold Status and is formally part of The James Hutton Institute, a Scottish charity No. SC041796 and an equal opportunities employer.
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