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Faculty Rank or Job Title Director of the Statistical Consulting Center (SCC) Job Category: Administrative (exempt/non-exempt) Department Mathematics & Statistics Equity & Inclusion No.: 18P072 Position FTE
Minimum Annual or Hourly Rate $70,000 Salary Band: UC S06 Job Summary/Basic Function:
The Director of the Statistical Consulting Center will be expected to foster and grow existing collaborations and to expand the center's external engagement. The Dayton metropolitan area is a regional hub for technology and potential new partners include Wright Patterson Air Force Base, the Air Force Research Lab, and a variety of firms with technological expertise.
Master's degree in statistics or related field with at least 5 years of consulting experience, or a Ph.D. in statistics or related field with at least 2 years of consulting experience.
Preferred Qualifications Essential Functions and percent of time:
Provide a vision and direction for a sustainable and growing role for the center withing the university research infrastructure.
Provide a vision and direction for the growth of the center's involvement in the region's research needs.
Provide statistical consulting services to university entities in support of the university's research mission.
Cultivate and build internal and external research collaborations.
Manage the center budget, creating and meeting goals to maintain the financial stability of the center.
Participate in the outreach efforts of the center (short courses, workshops, etc.).
Supervise statistics graduate students in their consulting practicum course.
Supervise SCC consultants and clerical staff.
Essential Functions and percent of time (cont'd): Non-Essential Functions and percent of time: Working Conditions
Works in University office setting. Includes visits to client worksites to promote SCC and generate business for SCC.
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Special Instructions to Applicants
To apply applicants should submit a cover letter, vita, graduate transcripts, and a personal statement online. In addition the applicant should request at least three letters of recommendation to be submitted directly by the recommender. The letters of recommendation and the personal statement should speak to the candidate's experience in consulting, teaching and research.
Posting Date 04/16/2018 First Consideration Date: Closing Date Open Until Filled Yes
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