TAMIDS is growing! We are seeking new members in technical and administrative roles to join the team in our new facilities in the Blocker Building. We are currently recruiting for the positions listed below.

View all TAMIDS positions on Texas A&M Jobs Website or follow the links in the position summaries below.

Faculty Positions

Instructional Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of Training (TAMIDS)

Academic Professional Track Faculty (Non-Tenure)
The Department of Statistics (STAT) in the College of Arts & Sciences at Texas A&M University seeks one Academic Professional Track (APT) faculty position for the appointment of Instructional Assistant Professor, which will begin on August 1, 2024. This position also includes an administrative appointment as Assistant Director of Training with Texas A&M Institute of Data Science (TAMIDS). This is a non-tenure accruing, full-time, 9-month appointment. Duties and responsibilities for this position will be split 50/50 between STAT and TAMIDS. Interested applicants should visit apply.interfolio.com/141165 to review the required qualifications and to apply.

Read More

Research and Technical Positions

Research Specialist I

TAMIDS is seeking a Research Specialist I who will develop data analytics functionality and software systems that support research collaborations and operation of TAMIDS programs. The holder of this position will also join TAMIDS service role in providing consultation to Texas A&M faculty, researchers, and students to assist them in integrating Data Science tools and methods into their research and educational programs.

Read More

Postdoc in TAMIDS VIVID Lab

The TAMIDS Lab for Visceral Inter­sensory Visualization & Information Design (VIVID) has an opening for a Post Doctoral Research Associate. The VIVID lab explores how people can interact with the analyses of Data Science, through systems and technologies to produce both visible and tangible representations

Read More

Postdoc in TAMIDS Data Justice Lab

TAMIDS is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate to support research activities and pilot projects carried out by members of the Data Justice Lab; help with the organization of community building activities; and assist with the day-to-day operation of the lab. The preferred candidate will have a Ph.D. in Computer Science or Engineering, with experience in human-centered work, social media analytics, and/or social-oriented applications of data analysis, and experience with grant writing.

Read More

Program Management and Administrative Positions

Assistant Director for Industry Engagement

The Assistant Director for Industry Engagement will lead, develop, and innovate TAMIDS programs and activities with Industry (including non-profits and National Labs), and act as TAMIDS primary representative for engaging external and internal partners in this area. Amongst current programs, the Assistant Director will lead TAMIDS Industry Affiliates program, including recruitment of new affiliates. They will oversee the connection of affiliates with TAMIDS network of programs and participants for student engagement, faculty research, and professional education / workforce development. They will coordinate these activities with internal stakeholders including academic units and the Texas A&M Foundation. The Assistant Director will act as lead industry outreach for the Data Science Capstone and coordinate project and sponsor acquisition with relevant academic staff and administrative units. Beyond overseeing these programs, the Assistant Director will develop strategy and implementation plans for further engagement of TAMIDS with industry and national labs and coordinate their participation of funded TAMIDS research activities as a sponsor or collaborator. 

Read More

Senior Research Development Officer

TAMIDS is seeking a Senior Research Development Officer who, under direction, will facilitate research team interactions and progress for large center-level proposal efforts. The officer will identify funding sources and solicitations, build and organize research teams to target such funding, and synthesize research concepts to develop competitive proposals. The preferred candidate will have more than three years of related experience in securing federal funding through proposal development. We are looking for a candidate who is a team player and who promotes collaboration and cooperation while working with a team. If this description sounds interesting to you, we invite you to apply to be considered for this opportunity to join our team.

Read More