Programme Manager – AI for Science and Government
The Alan Turing Institute
|Job Title:||Programme Manager – AI for Science and Government|
|Closing date:||Sunday 31 May 2020|
The Alan Turing Institute is looking for a Programme Manager for its AI for Science and Government programme.
The post holder will oversee, plan, organise and communicate the start-up and ongoing activities and functions of an Institute programme, which is funded either directly by the Institute or with Institute Partners and other sponsors.
This role will manage the Institute’s cross-Turing Programmes AI for Science and Government programme, and coordinate the interactions with the key programme stakeholder, EPSRC.
The post holder will line manage the Project Coordinator for ASG. The team delivers high-quality research projects, research programmes, and knowledge exchange in data science and AI.
At the end of 2018, the Alan Turing Institute was awarded a five-year £38.8 million research programme through UKRI’s Strategic Priorities Fund. AI for Science and Government (ASG) is delivered in partnership with the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and in collaboration with a number of other research councils.
The research activities will support UK priority areas which are nested within existing Institute programmes and aims to deploy AI and data science through six themes:
- Digital Twins: Urban Analytics underpinning the planning system;
- Digital Twins: Complex Engineering Systems in industry;
- Health: revolutionising health services through precision medicine;
- Criminal Justice System, laying foundations for AI in government departments and agencies;
- AI for Science: delivering AI into national labs;
- Tools, Practices and Systems, bringing best practice into domain areas.
For more information and to apply, visit the Institute’s job portal.