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Position TitleFull-time open rank faculty positions in statistics
Nazarbayev University was launched in 2010 as a premier national and regional university, partnering with some of the most internationally recognized universities in Higher Education. Admission to NU is highly competitive. The student body is selected from the top high schools throughout the country and region. Most of the students must complete and pass one-year preparatory program with intensive English course and major-related matriculation.
The NU campus is located in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan, in the heart of the new and ultra-modern Left-Bank region of the city. Incoming faculty will enjoy a cosmopolitan living experience, interwoven with traditional cultural influences in food and entertainment. The social life offers a rich and vibrant atmosphere with excellent clubs and restaurants, theater, music, opera, dancing, museums, modern and traditional bazaar shopping, professional and amateur sports, outdoor recreation, and much more.
Position responsibilities include: teaching undergraduate and graduate level of courses (2-2 teaching load), supervision of graduate students, curricular and program development, ongoing engagement in professional and research activities, general program guidance and leadership, and other activities related to the intellectual and cultural environment of the university.
Nazarbayev University is seeking highly-qualified faculty at all ranks to join its rapidly growing Mathematics Department in the School of Science and Technology (SST). Candidates from all areas of mathematics will be considered but preference will be given to those working in the following research areas:
Statistics (biostatistics, computational statistics, statistical modelling, data analysis/mining, mathematical statistics).
Successful candidates should hold a doctorate degree (Ph.D.) in applied mathematics, computational mathematics, mathematics, statistics or in a related field and have excellent English-language communication skills, demonstrated potentials to establish interdisciplinary research, and experience with and exposure to Western higher education. Applicants for associate and full professor positions should have considerable experience in supervising students at the graduate level, grant writing, possess strong teaching skills and experience, and a demonstrated rank-appropriate research accomplishment and service. Applicants for assistant professor level should demonstrate a potential for excellence in teaching, research, and service.