School of Mathematics

Chancellor's Fellowship available in Statistics or Applied Probability

Chancellor’s Fellow [tenure-track posts at Lecturer or Reader level]

Applications are invited for a Chancellor’s Fellow post in Mathematics.  The Fellowship provides a research-focused reduced-teaching position for 5 years.  Subject to satisfactory review at the end of year 3, the Fellow will then move to a standard University academic open ended contract.

Applicants should have research interests in Statistics or Applied Probability.

Applicants will have a research record of the highest calibre, exhibiting the potential to become an international leader.  We welcome candidates whose interests may also reach out to other disciplines.

Appointment will normally be made on the Lecturer scale, £37,756-£45,053.  Dependent on experience, and in exceptional circumstances, appointment may be made to Senior Lecturer/Reader level, £47,787-£53,765.

Applications containing a detailed CV and an outline of a proposed research programme should be made here.

Detailed information about the School and its research may be found on the School of Mathematics website.

We welcome informal enquiries and these should be directed to the Head of School via  General advice may be obtained by emailing

These posts are subject to three satisfactory references.  Please arrange for your references to be sent directly to by the closing date.

Closing date is 5pm on Friday 28th February 2014.