We currently have multiple posts available for Lecturers in Statistics at the University of St Andrews, and would particularly welcome people with interests in computational statistics to apply. Flexibly advertised to allow for differing balances of teaching and research, and non-prescriptive over the amount of experience required (e.g. somebody just finishing a PhD in Statistics would be welcome to apply if they have an interest in teaching).
The research groups in the Division of Statistics at St Andrews include two that are application-driven: Statistical Medicine and Molecular Biology, and Statistical Ecology (largely overlapping with CREEM) - both of which make use of, and develop methods for analysis of, `omics' data. The third research group, Statistical Methodology, provides a home for the development of e,g, bioinformatic methods, computational statistics, experimental design theory etc. Lecturers would typically belong to one or more of those groups, possibly in addition to other research groups within the School of Mathematics and Statistics. As such, this might be of particular interest to Bioconductor enthusiasts.
Details of the positions, and how to apply, can be found here