Validation and Regulatory Affairs Consultant, Institute for Ethical Artificial Intelligence
Oxford Brooks University
£31866 - £34804
£31,866, rising annually to £34,804
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Oxford Brookes is establishing an Institute for Ethical AI in response to the need to control the future of AI into societal norms. Our ambition is to create a world leading institute that will help professional service (e.g. law, accountancy, social care, planning, architects) companies adopt new AI and data analysis techniques. Our key focus is the interface between AI / Data Analysis and Society.
We are currently recruiting an ambitious person who can act as a Consultant of the Validation and Regulatory Affairs section to help drive this section of our new Institute for Ethical Artificial Intelligence forward.
This is a full time, two year fixed term appointment with ambitions to extend beyond this term.
We are seeking a consultant who can help us develop the tools required for validating and regulating AI and Data Analysis products for use in companies and advise government on the development of their policies and vision for regulation in this area.
You will have a wide range of experience of a regulated type of product. This could be pharmaceuticals or medical devices, advanced aviation technology or other products which are used in a regulated environment. Depending on your skill sets, you will contribute projects to develop and deliver new products and services to help legal firms, Human Resources departments and other professional services, understand how AI / data drives decisions.
The products and services will:
- analyse customer data to understand risk;
- validate how an AI / data tool impacts their company and customer to ensure this impact is positive;
- to help companies improve their own productivity and develop new products;
- write state of the art reviews;
- validate and evaluate AI performance;
- evaluate the social / economic value of different AI and other machine learning products, for example.
Our ambition is to help our new recruits develop their skills and expertise so they can be one of the top people in their desired professions. We want them to develop exciting and fulfilling careers and we will do all we can to help them achieve their own goals. The Institute for Ethical AI is located in a vibrant university which is part of one of the World's leading research precincts. Within two miles of us, there are twenty, and within 30 miles, over forty internationally leading research institutes. The institute interacts with many of these.
You will also enjoy the benefits of working at Oxford Brookes University with up to 38 days holiday, rising to 41 days holiday (this includes 13 Bank Holidays and Concessionary Days), a generous Local Government pension scheme (14.7% Employer contribution rate), cycle to work scheme and access to a variety of university facilities (NHS Dentist, Brookes Nursery, Gym and sports facilities). For more information about benefits please see the document 'All about Brookes' below.
CV and Personal Statement:
As part of the application process all applicants are required to complete our online application form by clicking on the "Apply for Job" button below. All parts of the application form should be completed and in the section of the form called "Supporting Documents", applicants must upload their CV and a Personal Statement. To complete the Personal Statement part of the application, applicants must download the Personal Statement document which is part of the advert below and complete the form, providing examples and explaining how they meet each item detailed on the document. The Personal Statement must then be uploaded to the application form along with the CV.
The University has adopted equality, diversity and inclusion as core values. We welcome applications from suitably qualified candidates whatever their background, and especially from BAME candidates who are under-represented in our workforce.
International applicants from outside the EU may need to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK