UK Government recruiting for a Deputy Director AI International role

16/10/2023 | UK Government

The Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) is seeking to recruit a Deputy Director for AI International to join its team and lead the UK's efforts in responding to the changes that AI is bringing to society. This policy leadership role will play a critical part in shaping international discussions on AI and maintaining the UK's position as a global leader in the field. The job requires maintaining strong relationships with international partners, providing thought leadership on the international AI landscape, and ensuring the UK's domestic AI policy aligns with global ambitions. The successful candidate will also join cross-government partners representing the UK government in international and multilateral groups, alongside playing a senior leadership role in the broader AI Policy Directorate.

The salary on offer is £75,000 per annum, plus a £25,000 pension contribution. The closing date for applications is 22 October.

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