Reporting to the Faculty Director of the Vagelos Computational Science Center (CSC) and working closely with faculty, staff, and students across the College, the Associate Director plays a key role in promoting computational science at Barnard and supporting faculty, staff, and students to engage with computing in meaningful ways across all disciplines.
Working with the Faculty Director, the Associate Director sets direction for current and future programs offered by the CSC, including a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion; and collaborates with other CSC staff and with faculty throughout the College to plan and implement the integration of computational projects into existing and planned new courses. The Associate Director is responsible for oversight of the Center's day-to-day operations, including the hiring, training, and supervision of undergraduate Computing Fellows who work in the Center and support specific classes, as well as communications, reporting, and budgeting.
Department: Computer Science
Required Qualification Summary:
PhD or master's degree in a relevant subject. At least seven years of related work experience (five for candidates with a Ph.D.). Experience with coding and computing applications.
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