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The department of business administration is now looking for a project manager for projects in data management and technology around AI. The person will support the Business School's IT Lab (Bitlab) in the work of building an infrastructure for research and teaching around handling large and complex data sets. In particular, the person will work with a project that aims to increase the School of Business and Economics' competence around AI, which includes, among other things, teaching of teachers and students, curriculum development and technical support. Furthermore, the person will be responsible for a specific project with the aim of developing a module for financial portfolio analysis with a focus on the portfolio's dependence and impact on biodiversity within the MistraBiopath project.Duties
The employment is a permanent position with placement until further notice at the Department of Business Administration, scope 100%. Probationary period may be applied.Contact information for the post
If you have any questions about the position, please contact Viktor Elliot at e-mail: [email protected] If you have any questions about the recruitment process, please contact human resources officer Natalie Axell at e-mail: [email protected]Unions
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Applications must be received by: 2023-12-06
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