Academic Job Opportunities
CDSS is seeking outstanding instructors to be appointed in the non-Senate Lecturer title series who can teach small and large courses in several areas. We are particularly interested in instructors who can combine computational and inferential thinking in a way that reflects the new field of Data Science Education.
Staff Job Opportunities
Executive Director, Berkeley Institute for Data Science (0379U)
Executive Director, West Big Data Innovation Hub (0379U)
Job ID: 20953
The Executive Director of the West Big Data Innovation Hub (West Hub) provides senior management and leadership of a multi-institution and multidisciplinary research effort. UC Berkeley serves as the home for the West Hub, one of a network of four regional efforts seeded by the National Science Foundation. Along with partner institutions, The University of Washington eScience Institute and the San Diego Supercomputer Center at UC San Diego, UC Berkeley serves as the central organizational point for the West Hub, which brings together academia, industry, government, and non-profit organizations from across a 13 state region. Having the hub centered at Berkeley provides a highly visible campus leadership position in Big Data and Data Science, and provides additional opportunities for researchers across the campus.
Director of External Relations (0379U)
Job ID: 20945
This position serves as the inaugural Director of External Relations for the Division of Computing, Data Science, and Society (CDSS) and will be responsible for establishing and developing industry partnerships, identifying funding opportunities with various public and private contract and grant agencies, and, through this work, developing and growing career services and internship opportunities for our students and alumni. In order to achieve the financial goals of the division, this position will establish, from the ground up, an organization focused on representing CDSS and strengthening CDSS’ positioning on the state, local, national, and global levels, primarily with external agencies and groups in the industry. Additionally, the incumbent will be responsible for establishing and building an active and committed alumni network. In partnership with CDSS's Chief Development Officer, the incumbent will be responsible for securing external financial support to sustain the division's growth and development and to manage relationships with our donors. The incumbent will work with industry partners and granting agencies, campus government relations, and alumni in support of the priorities of the Associate Provost and Dean (APD) for CDSS. The incumbent is a member of a collaborative senior leadership team including the APD, Associate Deans, Executive Assistant Dean (EAD), Chief Development Officer (CDO), Chief Technical Advisor (CTA), and Department Chairs. Working closely with the APD, EAD, CDO, and CTA, establishes and staffs the CDSS Industry Advisory Group.
Facilities Manager (5195U)
Job ID: 20707
CDSS seeks a motivated, collaborative, and creative facilities management professional to manage all phases of small and medium-sized research, instructional, and administrative-based renovation projects. This includes the facilities management, long-range planning, organization, coordination, oversight, and performance of multiple operational activities and services for CDSS in the following campus buildings: Hearst Field Annex B, McLaughlin Hall, Social Sciences Building, Warren Hall, and participation in the planning for the Gateway Building.
Responsibilities include directing the general building maintenance, building/space renovations, project development/management, space planning, move planning and coordination, resource management, call center triage and overseeing of repair services, and development of procedures, policies, and communications related to infrastructure and safety. The position will be responsible for leading and managing facilities services for CDSS in an evolving post-Covid work environment.
The Course Coordinator oversees Academic Student Employee hiring to ensure accurate and timely offers and hiring requests for all GSIs, Readers, and Tutors each semester. They will work with the Director of Academic Support Services and others to conduct student/course enrollment trend analysis, assess budgetary constraints for temporary academic support needs, and provide recommendations and updates to leadership in support of the department’s academic and financial operations. They are also responsible for scheduling courses and all rooms for all DATA courses (lectures, sections, tutoring space, rooms for course staff meetings, special rooms for student accommodations), etc.
Job ID: 17669
The First Review Date for this job is: 5/21/21
CLTC seeks a Program Director to lead a flagship research program in public interest cybersecurity, and represent the program to outside partners and supporters. The role is highly entrepreneurial, and the Program Director will have significant autonomy in designing and delivering program strategy. The Program Director is responsible for establishing new partnerships across academia, industry, government, and civil society, and will be evaluated on the ability to grow the program’s reach and impact. The Program Director should have extensive research and/or practical experience with the unique digital security needs of under-resourced public interest organizations (such as public agencies, nonprofits, and independent journalism and advocacy organizations), and the ability to formulate basic and applied research solutions to address these growing needs.
The Program Director will understand the importance of strategic communications in an academic setting, and oversee public relations, strategic communications, and events (conferences and other public forums) for the program. The Program Director will work under the direction of CLTC's faculty and executive directors, and will closely collaborate with the School of Information's Adjunct Professor in Cybersecurity, who teaches the Citizen Clinic practicum.
Job ID: 16537
The First Review Date for this job is: 4/1/21
The Data/Finance Analyst independently applies skills and experience as a seasoned business and data analytics professional to projects of medium size at all levels of complexity, or to portions of large, multidimensional projects to resolve highly complex issues.
The incumbent creates and maintains forecasting models for financial and student planning purposes, as well as prioritizes campus goals for diversifying the student body and assuring equity of experience, able to partner with analysts and leadership in the Division of Equity & Inclusion.
The individual will create research modalities including survey design and execution, automated processing of data from campus APIs, and diverse needs assessment across the Division. The Data/Finance Analyst creates easily consumed data visualizations for senior management audiences.