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Software Developer - QDDA (“Query-Driven Data Acquisition From Web-based Data Sources”) Fixed-term for up to 6 months Grade 8; Salary: £37,756 – £45,053 p.a.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A RE-ADVERTISEMENT; PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY. The Department of Computer Science has a vacancy for a developer to work with Prof. Michael Benedikt, and postdocs Julien Leblay and Efi Tsamoura, on plans for acquiring data from Web-based datasources (e.g. Web forms and Web services). Work for this post will include: developing interfaces to web-based sources (forms and web services) for use in federating query, estimating statistics over web-based sources, and development of a GUI for describing datasources and queries.

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Researcher in CLG Fixed term for up to 6 months Department of Computer Science Grade 07S, Salary: £29,837 – £36,661

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral researcher to work on a research project on machine learning and natural language processing. This post is funded from an EPSRC Fellowship and will primarily be responsible for engaging in novel research on the application of machine learning techniques for modelling and exploiting the structure of natural language. The successful applicant will be based in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Oxford and will be a member of the Computational Linguistics Group, working with Associate Professor Phil Blunsom.

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Cyber Security Centre Manager / Programme Manager Fixed-term for up to 3 years Grade 8; Salary: £37,756 – £45,053 p.a.

The Department of Computer Science is seeking a Centre / Programme Manager for the Cyber Security Centre. This role is an exciting opportunity to work with relevant teams within the department, and across the University to ensure the delivery of project activity, and to manage the budgets for several projects varying in scope and complexity.

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Personal Assistant to Professors Kwiatkowska, Cardelli, Ouaknine, and Worrell Fixed-term for up to 8 months Grade 5; Salary: £23,585 – £28,132 p.a.

The Department of Computer Science is seeking to recruit a Personal Assistant to provide high-quality administrative and organisational support to Professors Kwiatkowska, Cardelli, Ouaknine, and Worrell. The post-holder will be responsible for a range of tasks including diary management, co-ordinating travel itineraries and arranging meetings for both professors. The post-holder will also be required to provide administrative support to the organisers of conferences, meetings and events in the department as well as providing administrative support to other senior academic staff as required.

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Department of Computer Science Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Quantum Group Fixed-term for up to 1 year Grade 7; Salary: £29,837 – £36,661 p.a.

The Quantum Group at the Department of Computer Science seeks a postdoctoral research assistant to work with Dr. Jonathan Barrett in the area of quantum information science and the foundations of quantum theory. This is a fixed term contract for one year, starting on 1st September 2014.

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Research Assistant in Verification Group Grade 7; Salary: £29,837 – £36,661 p.a. Fixed term contract for up to 1 year

The Automated Formal Verification Group has an opportunity for a Research Assistant to work on programme analysis methods for incremental software development, under the direction of Daniel Kroening. Applicants must have (or shortly be expecting to obtain) a PhD in Computer Science or a closely related field.

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