The Department of Mathematics at the University of Chicago seeks qualified lecturers to teach Computing courses in its Masters Program in Financial Mathematics. These positions are part-time and not eligible for benefits.Applicants must apply online at the University of Chicago Academic Careers website at http://tinyurl.com/jgbjumu and upload 1) a curriculum vitae and 2) a cover letter describing your Financial Computing background and teaching experience. Required qualifications: a graduate degree (or equivalent professional experience), preferably in Computer Science or Engineering; experience in the financial industry, in a coding-intensive role; expertise in C++ and Python, including libraries and APIs used in quantitative finance; teaching experience, preferably teaching programming in a pre-professional graduate degree program.Appointments may begin as early as Fall Quarter 2016. Consideration of complete applications will begin August 27,2016 and will continue until all positions are filled.
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