The Center for Statistics and Machine Learning at Princeton University seeks applications from outstanding professional instructors to join our faculty in creating and teaching a number of exciting courses in statistics and machine learning. Depending on the background of the applicant and the needs of the Center, responsibilities may include teaching full courses, giving lectures or leading precepts, supervising graduate student teaching assistants, and participating in course and curriculum design. Part-time or full-time positions may be available, dependent upon the needs of the Center and the qualifications of the candidate. Appointment(s) will be made at the rank of Lecturer, and will be made through the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning. Essential Qualifications: Advanced degree in statistics, machine learning, or related field. Prior teaching experience at the college or university level. To apply, please submit a cover letter, CV, and contact information for three references. For full consideration, please submit your application by September 10, 2020 at 11:59 EST. These positions are subject to the University background check policy.
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